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NASA Sensor Web Experiments

Nasa Sensor Webs

Two Columns

SensorWeb Experiments

Fire SensorWeb Pilot Project

For more information contact:Michael Flick
EO-1 Technology Transfer Manager
EO-1 Mission Office
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Greenbelt, MD 20771
Phone: 301-286-8146
Fax: 301-286-2840
E-Mail: Michael Flick

NOTE: this web page is a work in progress page.

First ResponderExample of using sensorweb for disaster managment. Dan to send larger image


3 minute movie (WMV format) recent sensorweb highlights. "SensorWeb 2.0: Connecting the Earths Sensors via the Internet". file:OWS5 this features a fire SensorWeb.

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Download movie to your desktop "OWS5project 3 min 4-9-08v2.wmv" (File Size: 12,862Kb)


Flood & Fire SensorWeb Simulation in Australia, February 2009. Click here to download presentation.


Summer 2008 Fire Sensor Web Demo. Earth Observing 1 Image of Northern California Active Fires, Smoke and Burned Areas July 20, 2008 11:28 am Pacific


Summer 2008 Fire Sensor Web Demo

Fire SensorWeb experiments were conducted in California in Summer 2008. A presentation package with some of the results can be downloaded here.

Zoom In of Earth Observing 1 Image of Northern California Fires and Smoke, July 20, 2008 11:28 am Pacific. Click here to download a full sized pdf version of this image.


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Summer 2008 Fire Sensor Web Demo With Smoke Forecast (Falke) and Wind Forecast (NOAA)

Collaborations (TBS)

Collaborations with NRO and DIA (TBS)

Collaborations with Commitee on Earth Observing Satellites (CEOS) TBS

Collaborations with Forest Service and Ames Research Center Ames on wildfires (TBS)

Collaborations for OWS-5 (TBS)


“Fire SensorWeb A sample fire SensorWeb event is described in an article that appeared in CNN/Popular Science in October 2007 and can be found at: http://www.popsci.com/scitech/article/2007-10/nasas-high-tech-wildfire-weapons

"Fire SensorWeb experiments were conducted in California in Summer 2008.  A presentation package with some of the results can he downloaded here."