Viewing the Environmental Impact of US Wildfires from Above

FIRESTORM: Aerospace sensors shed light on environmental impact of U.S. wildfires

How Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging Works

Onboard the Twin Otter, Aerospace’s Mako instrument provides superior sensing capabilities.

Evolved Sensor and Data Analysis

The team prepares to takes the sensors airborne, flying over fire-affected regions to collect hyperspectral imaging data.

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