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ATELLITES and aircraft have traditionally been the primary source of remote sensing data. The increasing number of satellite constellations
and the improvement of the quality of airborne sensors have produced a great deal of imagery and high-precision geographic data. At present,
the miniaturization of electronics, computers, and sensors creates new opportunities for remote sensing applications. Small and/or unmanned
aircraft are promising technologies, especially for tactical reaction in emergency situations, such as forest fires, where a quick and efficient
response is critical to minimize damage.
CitationSalami, E. [et al.]. Real-Time data processing for the airborne detection of hot spots. "Journal of Aerospace Information Systems", Octubre 2013, vol. 10, núm. 10, p. 444-451.
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