ARCHITECT EO SENSORS AND SYSTEMS
Data from sensors has proliferated to the point that human observers and analysts cannot look at all the data available. Making computers “see and understand” is a key requirement of all future EO sensors. Key algorithms for automatic or computer aided detection, classification, and identification of targets and other objects are now an inherent part of nearly all sensor projects, and extraction of object features allows computers to begin the process of interpretation. GEOST is actively involved in these algorithms for implementation in real-time 2D and 3D Imaging systems...
ALGORITHMS FOR ANALYSIS OF EO SENSOR DATA
Software for control, analysis, and calibration of EO sensor hardware is an integral part of all delivered systems. GEOST personnel bring experience in each of these areas.
Rapid real-time control software using FPGAs allows low-cost low-risk implementation
Fundamental understanding of the physics, math, and engineering of the algorithms and systems eliminates mistakes in understanding what the software is supposed to do...
RAPID HARDWARE PROTOTYPING
GEOST engineers and scientists excel at rapid hardware and EO system prototyping. Our customers benefit from this in the following ways:
- Low cost proof-of-principle experiments to provide risk mitigation tests and experiments and to advance the Technology Readiness Level (TRL) of hardware
- Key system issues are resolved early in the program through demonstration
- Early demonstrations of hardware instead of viewgraphs secure contract dollars and win proposals...