[gdal-dev] Re: Wildfire mapping
p.baumann at jacobs-university.de
Tue Aug 16 11:33:53 EDT 2011
For data management and ad-hoc analytics of (multi-dimensional) raster data let
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On 08/16/2011 04:35 PM, Brent Fraser wrote:
> There are a few Open Source projects you could look into
> 3D visualization environment:
> Orthorectification of Video:
> OSSIM OMAR?
> 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 interesting!
> 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:
>> Please write if you have experience with how GRASS, OSGeo, GDAL, or point me
>> to where can find Open Source people who could help.
>> -Mark Zaller - TriGeo <http://www.trigeocorp.com/> - (408) 623-4303
>> <tel:%28408%29%20623-4303>, www.AerialFireTech.org
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