Oakridge National Laboratory Scientists (ORNL) provide critical data to first responders

Published in News on 10/22/2018

When disasters strike, many homes and buildings succumb to winds, floods, or flames, to assist humanitarian and damage assessment efforts, ORNL researchers are using novel computing techniques to rapidly identify structures on the ground from satellite images or determine where the structures once stood.

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When disasters strike, many homes and buildings succumb to winds, floods, or flames, to assist humanitarian and damage assessment efforts, ORNL researchers are using novel computing techniques to rapidly identify structures on the ground from satellite images or determine where the structures once stood.

https://www.ornl.gov/news/disaster-s-wake-novel-computing-techniques-support-emergency-responders​

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