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Sensor Processing, Implementation, and Research for Exploitation

Portion of a hyperspectral data map developed by the U.S. Geological Survey showing iron-bearing materials in surface regions north of Kabul, Afghanistan. DOD illustration by Claudette Roulo.

Making Sensors Smarter and More Agile

UDRI Sensor Processing, Implementation and Research for Exploitation (SPIRE) researchers apply sensor data processing and exploitation capabilities across a wide range of sensor modalities in order to help customers quickly process and exploit large amounts of sensor data, which is critical in both military and commercial settings.

Capabilities

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Automatic Target Tracking
  • Autonomy
  • Change Detection
  • Deep Learning via Convolutional Neural Networks
  • Event Driven Data Analysis
  • Field and Flight Test Support
  • Human Machine Teaming
  • Image Enhancement
  • Image Stabilization and Registration
  • Machine Learning-based Image Recognition for UAS
  • Multi-INT Data Fusion
  • Neural Networks/Deep Learning
  • Object Recognition, Detection, and Tracking
  • Software Design and Integration

We have expertise in data processing and exploitation capabilities in many sensor domains, including Electro-Optic (EO), Wide Area Motion Imagery (WAMI), Full Motion Video (FMV), Infrared (IR), Overhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR), Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), Multi-Spectral Imagery (MSI), and Hyperspectral Imagery (HSI).

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Top: Portion of a hyperspectral data map developed by the U.S. Geological Survey showing iron-bearing materials in surface regions north of Kabul, Afghanistan. DOD illustration by Claudette Roulo.

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