Nowadays it is hard to find areas of human activity and development that have not
profited from or contributed to remote sensing. Natural, physical and social activities
find in remote sensing a common ground for interaction and development. From the
end-user point of view, Earth science, geography, planning, resource management,
public policy design, environmental studies, and health, are some of the areas whose
recent development has been triggered and motivated by remote sensing.
We live in an era of unimaginably rapidly advancing and amazing technologies that enable instantaneous flow of information – anytime, anywhere. The convergence of computers and networks has been the key force behind the development of these awesome technologies. Increasing use of systems..
hree different artists from different part of the world sharing same platform on Artflow, showcasing their creative abilities to the world. It is always my pleasure to welcome you to another edition of this Magazine. We are here to show our support.......................................................... WWW.ARTFLOWMAGAZINE.COM Leisa O’Brien was born in a small town of Bundaberg, Australia and working predominantly in acrylics now. Her love of art is only matched by her drive to educate others about painting and right-brained thinking.
My programming roots originated with Flash in 1999 when I first started writing object-oriented Games and
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Advances in sensor technology and deployment strategies are revolutionizing
the way that geospatial information is collected and analyzed. For example,
cameras and GPS sensors on-board static or mobile platforms have the ability
to provide continuous streams of geospatially-rich information.
The widespread deployment of sensors is transforming the physical world into a
computing platform. Modern sensors not only respond to physical signals to produce
data, they also embed computing and communication capabilities. They are thus able
to store, process locally and transfer the data they produce. Still, at the heart of each
sensor, a set of signal processing functions transform physical signals such as heat,
light, sound, pressure,...
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Advances in sensor technology are revolutionizing the way remotely sensed data are
collected, managed, and analyzed. The incorporation of latest-generation sensors to
airborne and satellite platforms is currently producing a nearly continual stream of
high-dimensional data, and this explosion in the amount of collected information
has rapidly created new processing challenges.
Sensor networks typically consist of tens to hundreds of
small, battery-powered, radio-equipped nodes. These
nodes usually have a small, embedded microprocessor,
running at a few Mhz, with a small quantity of RAM and a
larger Flash memory. The Berkeley mica2 Mote is a popu-
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Berkeley and sold commercially by Crossbow Corporation.
It has a 7 Mhz processor, a 38.6Kbps radio with ~100 foot
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The Mobile Detection Assessment and Response System, Exterior (MDARS-E) provides an automated robotic security capability for storage yards, petroleum tank farms, rail yards, and arsenals. The system includes multiple supervised-autonomous platforms equipped with intrusion detection, barrier assessment, and inventory assessment subsystems commanded from an integrated control station. The MDARS-E Intrusion Detection System consists of a motion sensor suite which is selectively enabled while the vehicle is momentarily halted in execution of pre-defined but randomly executed patrols.