Amelia Carolina Sparavigna
Volume 3 - November 2014 (11)
Cloud tracking is the analysis of remote sensing images from which it is possible to evaluate the speed of winds drifting the clouds. Here we are proposing a simple approach to the cloud drift, based on a method that uses GIMP, the GNU Image Manipulation Program, applied to METEOSAT images.
Satellite Images, Remote Sensing, Image Processing, GIMP
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