infrared imagery


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infrared imagery

That imagery produced as a result of sensing electromagnetic radiations emitted or reflected from a given target surface in the infrared position of the electromagnetic spectrum (approximately 0.72 to 1,000 microns).
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Infrared imagery revealed that ragged eye and microwave imagery showed curved bands of thunderstorms wrapping into the eye.
The PDAS system captured complete spherical infrared imagery while operating in a high-speed, tactically relevant flight environment and generated real-time imagery.
CropLogic provides a suite of digital agricultural technologies including remote soil moisture monitoring, aerial infrared imagery and predictive modeling.
DigitalGlobe's WorldView constellation includes sensors that collect near infrared imagery, providing information about plant health; shortwave infrared imagery, which identifies materials, detects heat and sees through smoke; and an instrument known as CAVIS, which corrects inconsistencies caused by clouds, aerosols, water vapor, ice and snow.
The company aims to launch seven multi-functional satellites that will produce high resolution infrared imagery, at less than 5 metres, which is interpreted and converted into timely data using unique algorithms that end-users can readily access.
Now, with Juno flying over the poles at a close distance it permits the collection of infrared imagery on Jupiter's polar weather patterns and its massive cyclones in unprecedented spatial resolution," Alberto Adriani, Juno co-investigator from the Institute for Space Astrophysics and Planetology, Rome, said in a statement Wednesday.
Infrared imagery shows two South Korean soldiers crawling through undergrowth to drag the wounded North Korean to safety, while the deputy commander of the border security unit oversees the rescue from a few metres away.
When it arrives at the target, the Prospector-1 spacecraft will map the surface and subsurface of the asteroid, taking visual and infrared imagery and mapping overall water content, down to approximately meter-level depth.
Drones, using visual and near infrared imagery, can assess the health of crops, looking for signs of pests or disease, judging nutrient levels and measuring soil moisture.
Li, "Fast image enhancement using multi-scale saliency extraction in infrared imagery," Optik, vol.
In addition to being used for general aerial reconnaissance, infrared imagery is used to monitor, track, and target--or, in the parlance of U.S.