At the Forefront of Imaging & Remote Sensing – Innovative Imaging and Research (I2R)

Nov 23, 2018 | engineering and tech

About this episode

Scientists and engineers often need tailored remote sensing instruments to understand complex phenomena. ‘Innovative Imaging and Research’, or ‘I2R’, located at the NASA John C. Stennis Space Center in Mississippi, is developing such instruments for particularly challenging imaging situations. They have, for example, partnered with NASA to develop high-speed High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging technologies for testing rocket effectiveness and reliability in support of space exploration.


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