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March 4th, 2012
Airborne Search and Rescue Detection & Geotagging Development

“When work began on our In-Flight Processing System we saw it as the first step towards this goal. The second step was last April’s ultra-high resolution customization of the TABI-1800. Since then the thermal TABI has definitely demonstrated its usefulness and high thermal and spatial resolution capabilities. It served very well during last summer’s rapid response application in wildfire mapping. Fast access to accurate and precision georeferenced maps was mandatory for that. We’ve now begun integrating the TABI with a modified version of the IPS. This version will permit realtime thermal anomaly detection and marking. It bridges the gap from emergency response to thermal search and rescue. It’s a development that brings us a huge step closer to our goal”.  Read More