[gdal-dev] Re: Wildfire mapping

Brent Fraser bfraser at geoanalytic.com
Tue Aug 16 10:35:51 EDT 2011


   There are a few Open Source projects you could look into

3D visualization environment:

Orthorectification of Video:

Image Processing / Feature Extraction

And I'm sure there are others.

The system you describe would be a lot of work, but it does sound 

Best Regards,
Brent Fraser

On 8/15/2011 10:35 PM, Mark Zaller (AerialFireTech) wrote:
> Hello, I'm pursuing a project to automatically map wildfires, and 
> am looking for people who could contribute to this.
> I volunteer as an Air Attack pilot over wildfires, and have developed 
> an in cockpit Augmented Reality system that allows us to work at night 
> and over smoke. It combines 3D visualization of GIS (Geographic 
> Information System) data along with live Infrared. I'd like to 
> consider porting to Open Source/Linux and include auto-mapping of 
> spotfires. Here is a proposal presentation about what NASA might fund: 
> http://www.slideshare.net/mszaller/wildfire-ir-and-mapping
> Please write if you have experience with how GRASS, OSGeo, GDAL, or 
> point me to where can find Open Source people who could help.
> thanks,
> -Mark Zaller - TriGeo <http://www.trigeocorp.com/> - (408) 623-4303 
> <tel:%28408%29%20623-4303>, www.AerialFireTech.org 
> <http://www.aerialfiretech.org/>
> Linkedin Profile <http://www.linkedin.com/in/markzaller> - Business 
> Development, Product Management, Hi-tech Hardware & Software Team Leader
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