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GLIDER provides visualization and analysis of satellite data

GLIDER is a FREE tool to easily visualize, analyze and mine satellite imagery. GLIDER allows users to visualize and analyze satellite data in its native sensor view. User can enhance the image by applying different image processing algorithms on the data. GLIDER provides the users with a full...

HyDRO in use at GHRC

HyDRO (the Hydrologic Data search, Retrieval, and Order system) allows users to search the GHRC database for specific data sets. HyDRO was developed to make the tasks of locating and selecting candidate GHRC data sets easier and more intuitive for the end user. HyDRO can provide the user with a...

The Waypoint Planning Tool enables scientists to develop flight plans

Airborne real time observations are a major component of NASA’s Earth Science research and satellite ground validation studies. For mission scientists, planning a research aircraft mission within the context of meeting the science objectives is a complex task because it requires real time...

ADaM is a data mining toolkit

ADaM is a data mining toolkit designed for use with scientific and image data. It includes pattern recognition, image processing, optimization, and association rule mining capabilities. ADaM does not contain grid projection, advanced subsetting, advanced statistical analysis, format conversion,...

Provenance Tools help with the collection and display of data products

Several provenance collection and display tools have resulted from provenance research at ITSC in conjunction with the AMSR-E SIPS.The Earth science Library for Processing History (ELPH) is a provenance collection software library developed in Perl for integration into the SIPS...

Projects

REACT is an example ED3-based application

Event-driven data generation and processing directly supports Situational Awareness and Disaster Resilience. An ITSC-developed Event-Driven Data Delivery (ED3) framework is being used to build applications and tools that provide data preparedness for disaster and hazard responders and...

Components, Cloud-based Analytical Framework for Precipitation Research (CAPRi)

Researchers at the University of Alabama in Huntsville’s (UAH) Information Technology and Systems Center (ITSC) and Earth Systems Science Center (ESSC), in collaboration with the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (NASA/MSFC), are developing a Cloud-based Analytic Framework for Precipitation...

Comparison of low-resolution satellite image (left) and CNN super-resolution image (right) for a region where no corresponding high-resolution image is available.

Researchers at the University of Alabama in Huntsville’s (UAH) Information Technology and Systems Center (ITSC) are conducting research in deep learning and super image resolution to develop an improved method of pan-sharpening MSI and fusing the results with SAR data. Results will provide an...

FCX showing a flight from GOES-R PLT Field Campaign

A key component of NASA’s Earth Observing System is its field experiments, for intensive observation of particular phenomena such as hurricanes, or for ground validation of satellite observations. These field experiments collect many datasets from a wide variety of satellite, airborne, and...

Instant Karma: Provenance at the AMSR-E SIPS poster

Instant Karma is a collaboration among AMSR-E SIPS, the provenance researchers at Indiana University's Data to Insight Center, and the AMSR-E Sea Ice science team. The goals of the project are to improve the collection, preservation, utility, and dissemination of provenance information within...

NASA disdrometers in Finland

The NASA Global Precipitation Measurement Mission (GPM) Ground Validation (GV) program as a member of the broader NASA Precipitation Measurement Mission is providing ground and airborne precipitation datasets supporting physical validation of satellite-based precipitation retrieval algorithms....

MSFC Engineering process diagram

The Modeling & Simulation (M&S) project has four main tasks: (1) Understand how modeling and simulation is used in systems engineering in general, and in particular, at MSFC. We are interviewing key systems engineering practitioners and managers at MSFC, examining NASA systems...

DHIS2 Interface

Researchers at UAH in collaboration with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and NASA are working to improve malaria control decision making in sub-Saharan Africa by developing and deploying a technology for incorporating the latest NASA Earth observations for surface...

Example of VISAGE data visualization

The primary goal of the VISAGE project is to facilitate more efficient Earth Science investigations via a tool that can provide visualization and analytic capabilities for diverse coincident datasets. The target user community is Earth scientists that require diverse measurements to help them...

Example contents for hurricane albums

Data Album technology provides the automatic aggregation of data and information from multiple resources for specified events, such as hurricanes and other severe weather anomalies. Albums are auto-generated by a reusable and scalable Knowledge Synthesis Engine, using domain knowledge encoded...

AES Web Interface

Automated Event Service (AES) is a prototype system being developed to methodically mine custom defined events in both reanalysis data sets of atmospheric general circulation models and observational data [1]. AES will enable researchers to specify their custom, numeric event criteria using a...

Velocity fluctuations

Direct numerical simulation (DNS) is being used to develop an erosive burning model of the booster. DNS resolves all relevant turbulent scales, and is capable of resolving several primary flames, such as the Ammonium perchlorate (AP) decomposition flame, and the decomposed AP and binder fuel...

Spacecraft Propulsion System Sizing Tool image

Historically, the propulsion system of a spacecraft can be 25-50% of the spacecraft wet mass (the spacecraft's mass before liftoff). Understanding the mass of the propulsion system early in the design process gives spacecraft mission planners a better understanding of the amount of mass that can...

RCS schematic

UAH's Spacecraft Propulsion Systems Engineering and Modeling project is focused on the support of the Reaction Control System (RCS) for NASA's Ares I launch vehicle. The developments of the pressurization system model and the overall propulsion system model are priorities for this project.

Probabilistic Design Analysis Image

Probabilistic design analysis (PDA) is a methodology to assess component reliability for given failure modes in complex systems. PDA involves the modeling of the probability of integrated system failures which then can be used to focus design improvements for improved operational safety. UAH...