Using GPUs to Accelerate Orthorectification, Atmospheric Correction, and Transformations for Big Data, webinar

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM PDT

Significant improvements in speeds for imagery orthorectification, atmospheric correction, and image transformations like Independent Components Analysis (ICA) have been achieved using GPU-based implementations. Additional optimizations, when factored in with GPU processing capabilities, can provide 50x – 100x reduction in the time required to process large imagery. Exelis Visual Information Solutions (VIS) has implemented a CUDA-based GPU processing frame work for accelerating ENVI and IDL processes that can best take advantage of parallelization.

Join Amanda O’Connor, a Senior Solutions Engineer at Exelis as she discusses
– Implementing GPU processing for large imagery datasets
– Operational use of GPU processing for orthorectification
– Benchmarks against desktop algorithms

Please note that this webinar starts at 8:00 AM Pacific, 11:00 AM Eastern, and 4:00 PM BST.

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