Application of Remote Sensors to Army Facility Management.
ARMY ENGINEER WATERWAYS EXPERIMENT STATION VICKSBURG MISS
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A study was conducted to determine the feasibility of applying remote sensing techniques to Army needs for data in environmental monitoring, resource management, and master planning at multipurpose military installations in the continental United States. The environmental data requirements for these purposes were defined, and a general assessment was made of the applicability of current photographic, thermal infrared, and microwave imaging systems to obtain these data. Aerial photographic techniques were found to be the ones most generally applicable to acquisition of data relevant to basic environmental conditions. Prototype products, consisting of maps of basic environmental conditions, cultural features, and land use were produced from aerial photography of Fort Belvoir, Virginia, and a surrounding area. Modified author abstract
- Cartography and Aerial Photography
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
- Infrared Detection and Detectors