Wildfire monitoring from space – industry collaboration with Fireball.International
This industry collaboration is advancing wildfire/bushfire remote sensing using automated deep learning originally developed for astronomy. The technology provides unprecedented early fire early detection and real-time mapping and can use any source of images from remote sensing from a single camera to data fusion from dedicated sensors on towers, aircraft and in space. The benefits of a dedicated large-area wildfire remote sensing satellite also have been shown. The collaboration includes researchers at USQ and other universities in Australia and the USA working with industry partner Queensland/US company Fireball.International.
Contact: Prof Brad Carter
Surveying space resources – industry collaboration with NEORA
This industry collaboration is advancing understanding of space resources through machine learning analysis of Solar system data obtained from telescopic surveys and space missions. The work in progress involves researchers from USQ, CSIRO Data61 at the Queensland Centre for Advanced Technologies, UNSW, Curtin University and Queensland company NEORA.
Contact: Prof Jonti Horner