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Meteorological and Ecological Monitoring Platform Uses Enterprise Analytics

Meteorological and Ecological Monitoring Platform Uses Enterprise Analytics

11/22/2021

The Hubei Provincial Meteorological Bureau (HPMB) is one of the provincial branches of the China Meteorological Administration, which is the national weather service for the People's Republic of China.  HPMB wanted to easily share a variety of weather and ecological information products to with the citizens of Hubei Province. To... Read More >

Improving Japanese Weather Forecasting With IDL

Improving Japanese Weather Forecasting With IDL

11/9/2021

Japan has a dynamic landscape and corresponding weather patterns. While it does have four seasons, its climate ranges from subarctic in the north to subtropical in the south. The landscape and weather makes it prone to many types of natural disasters, such as typhoons. An annual average of 10 typhoons come within 300 kilometers of the coast... Read More >

L3Harris Geospatial Develops Automated Fence-Line Extraction Technique for Cadaster Updates

L3Harris Geospatial Develops Automated Fence-Line Extraction Technique for Cadaster Updates

9/23/2019

A pilot project in Queensland, Australia, demonstrated that the automated extraction of fence lines from airborne LiDAR and Imagery data is an effective method of enhancing the spatial accuracy of a digital cadaster database. The process, developed with the ENVI® and IDL® analysis software, shows that the extraction process can be... Read More >

IDL Programming Language is Engine Behind Australian Tsunami Decision Tool

IDL Programming Language is Engine Behind Australian Tsunami Decision Tool

10/26/2018

On December 26, 2004, a massive magnitude 9.0 earthquake hit just off the coast of north Sumatra, triggering a tsunami that sent waves up to 100 feet high into coastal areas throughout the Indian Ocean. More than a quarter million people in Indonesia and 13 other countries perished, in large part because they had little to no warning the... Read More >

NASA Interns Use ENVI and IDL for Research

NASA Interns Use ENVI and IDL for Research

2/2/2018

Every summer since 2009, NASA has sent a group of senior undergraduate students up in a research aircraft to get hands-on experience conducting scientific campaigns. The eight-week Student Airborne Research Program (SARP) uses one of NASA’s flying science laboratories to sample atmospheric chemicals and image land and water surfaces... Read More >

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