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9 February 2001 Enabling unbounded imagery archives for the new millennium and smart tools vital to the age of information overload
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12 As sources of high resolution Earth imagery increase and sophisticated software tools for their analysis proliferate, opportunities abound to generate finer tuned information about our world. At the same time, users are challenged to manage ever-increasing quantities of complex digital assets. Lockheed Martin's Intelligent Library System (ILS), addresses the need for cost-effective management of expanding digital stores, streamlined workflow, and the extraction of information from detailed imagery. Intelligent Library System (ILS) was designed for rapid retrieval, automated processing and dissemination to distributed users. A flexible open architecture allows integration of new products into ILS' functional components: SmartArchiver and SmartAnalyst.
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Miriam Buzi and Alysa Sakkas "Enabling unbounded imagery archives for the new millennium and smart tools vital to the age of information overload", Proc. SPIE 4169, Sensors, Systems, and Next-Generation Satellites IV, (9 February 2001); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.417147
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