Infrared Signature Analysis of Surface Ships
The process of analyzing IR signature of a vessel is described in this document, which was developed using the ShipIR/NTCS software. As important aspect of the process, highlighting the pre-processing stages of the geometry under study and characterization of the environment. This document contains the results obtained for different background conditions, varying the type of sensor used, their distances and height measuring speed vessel under study and the time of day.
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