SALTI Program for Airborne 3D Imaging

Two contracts have been awarded by DARPA/Air Force Research Lab to develop a Synthetic Aperture Lidar for Tactical Imaging (SALTI). The objective of the SALTI program is to conduct a proof-of-concept airborne demonstration of a sensor and associated ground data processing which generates high-resolution 2D and 3D imagery combining the interpretability of electro-optics, the long-range day/night access of high-altitude X-band synthetic aperture radar, and the exploitability of 3-dimensional lidar.|

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