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NASA Sensor Web Experiments

Nasa Sensor Webs

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SensorWeb Experiments

SensorWeb Vision

For more information contact:Michael Flick
EO-1 Technology Transfer Manager
EO-1 Mission Office
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Greenbelt, MD 20771
Phone: 301-286-8146
Fax: 301-286-2840
E-Mail: Mike Flick

NOTE: this web page is a work in progress page.

The main objective of the sensorweb activity is to create an interoperable environment for a diverse set of satellite sensors via the use of software and the Internet. This capability can be used to better understand physical phenomena, such as volcanic eruptions, fires and floods. Furthermore, it facilitates science investigation since it becomes much easier to enlist existing satellite, airborne and ground sensors for required observations and then to easily create custom data products that can be delivered via Web 2.0 tools. Open tools such as Google Earth can be used to create mashups in which data sets are superimposed for purposes of visualization or calibration. The end goal is to make discovery and access to sensors as easy as finding and using websites on the Internet.

Sensor Web URL list
Sensor Web Instructions

The following illustrations depict the current assets being used for the various SensorWeb experiments.

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World Map


EO-1 images taken using SensorWeb components and architecture.

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