Hydrosat To Adapt Surface Temperature Data For Military Uses

Hydrosat is to adapt surface temperature analytics software, developed for crop monitoring and other civilian uses, to national security missions.

Credit: Hydrosat
Hydrosat has won a contract from AFWERX to adapt its surface temperature data analytics software for military missions. The company’s software was originally developed for civilian applications such as monitoring crops, wildfires, ecosystems and urban heat using thermal infrared data gathered from...
Garrett Reim

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