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Remote Sensing

Capturing 3D hyperspectral image cubes for dynamic events
A novel imaging spectrometer enables the incorporation of captured 2D images with high-resolution spectral and temporal data for the analysis of transient events.

Optical technology will make history at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

5 June 2014
Controlling the spatial coherence and polarization of electromagnetic waves sheds new light on the measurement of the polarized bidirectional reflection distribution function in remote sensing.
15 May 2014
Single-photon counting can be achieved with a Geiger-mode array to reduce the size, weight, and cost of future systems.
10 April 2014
Combining imaging, computation, software modeling, and satellite hosting systems with firefighting methods may enable cost-effective detection and monitoring of wildland fires in their first few minutes.
14 February 2014
A thermal measurement system architecture designed for real-time, long-term monitoring of transportation infrastructures was evaluated on a bridge in Switzerland.
23 January 2014
 
John Dudley: Celebration will highlight the global importance of light