Wide-Area Motion Imagery

@article{Porter2010WideAreaMI,
  title={Wide-Area Motion Imagery},
  author={Reid B. Porter and Andrew M. Fraser and Don R. Hush},
  journal={IEEE Signal Processing Magazine},
  year={2010},
  volume={27},
  pages={56-65}
}
Wide-area motion imagery (WAMI) sensors are placed on helicopters, balloons, small aircraft, or unmanned aerial vehicles and are used to image small city-sized areas at approximately 0.5 m/pixel and about one or two frames/s. The geospatial-temporal data sets produced by these systems allow for the observation of many dynamic phenomena that were previously inaccessible in street-level video data, but the efficient exploitation of this data poses significant technical challenges for image and… CONTINUE READING
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