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NASA Uses Video Processing to Study Hurricanes & Wildfires
3/27/2013

After video data is captured, it can be handled and combined in a variety of ways. This diagram shows the paths that data can take through the ICS-8580 processing engine.(Source: GE Intelligent Platforms)
After video data is captured, it can be handled and combined in a variety of ways. This diagram shows the paths that data can take through the ICS-8580 processing engine.
(Source: GE Intelligent Platforms)

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apresher
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apresher   3/27/2013 1:52:37 PM
The recent drone sighting in NYC has elevated awareness of this issue.  But it's not as if we didn't know our government has these capabilities.

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williamlweaver   3/27/2013 9:38:47 AM
NO RATINGS

So NASA operates Global Hawk Drones domestically at 60,000 ft to study hurricanes, wildfires, and ozone-depleting molecules, all while collecting high resolution video of ground-based activity and also streaming it in real-time to government facilities to provide situational awareness.


Can't wait for this to hit Facebook...

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