There is a misconception that because we are called air sea rescue a lot of our work is over sea but our thermal imagery is so advanced a great deal of our work is now over land.
What does TI stand for?
TI stands for Thermal Imagery
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The incumbent will develop an imaging system that can perform remote sensing operations on the agricultural aircraft and the ground on-the-go platform, which will fuse the information from visible and near infrared (VNIR) imagery, thermal imagery and measurements of field variables such as soil texture, crop water stress, the effects of plant damage from off-target herbicide drift, and plant vigor to determine where to apply growth regulators and cotton defoliant.
Thermal imagery is a technology that projects an invisible infrared beam to "see" thermal energy or heat emitted from an object (deer) during the nighttime hours.
ACT provides a standoff layer of defense against suicide bombers, analyzing thermal imagery from hundreds of feet away to reveal a terrorist's intentions long before he reaches his intended target.
Fire crews are still in attendance and are monitoring internal conditions with thermal imagery cameras as a precautionary measure to ensure re-ignition does not occur.
Thermal imagery has even been used by the Police to identify properties used as cannabis factories.
So far they have captured calibrated thermal imagery ranging from Mach 8.
However, they ultimately found that thermal imagery was inadequate for improving elk surveys in wildland settings due to variability in topography and vegetation.