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Hurricane Florence Support

Are you or your loved ones in the path of Hurricane Florence, or is it your job to keep people safe?

Harris Geospatial is offering open access to its traffic camera platform Helios – a new approach for gathering crucial weather data at the hyper-local level. Access to the real-time feeds on this platform provides life-saving, actionable information. Harris is also offering assistance obtaining and analyzing data and imagery for Florence rescue and recovery efforts.



VIEW THE STORM IN REAL TIME
Harris is making its Helios Traffic Camera platform available for the duration of the storm. Login information can be obtained here :
https://helios.earth/explore/login


TIMELY INFORMATION IS CRITICAL
Have traffic cameras that aren’t part of the Helios network? Send an image or video URL and we’ll take it from there. New camera feeds will be up and running in a few hours.
edixon03@harris.com


DATA ANALYSIS SUPPORT
Need help analyzing your data or imagery for post-storm rescue and recovery efforts? Contact us and we’ll work with you to get the information you need.
afore01@harris.com


GET THE DATA YOU NEED
If you need data of any type of data – satellite, SAR, wide-area LiDAR, or aerial imagery, we want to help you get what you need quickly.
afore01@harris.com

IDL® was used to create the animation of Goes-16 channels 7, 8, and 9 and CONUS data as an RGB representation from 9/12/2018 to 9/17/2017. The CONUS (CONtinental United States) datasets are captured every 5 minutes.

CASE STUDY:
Scenes for Hurricane Preparedness and Response

Days before Hurricane Florence began pummeling the North and South Carolina coasts with its powerful winds and 13-foot storm surge, Harris technology—from space to ground—was helping meteorologists predict and inform, emergency managers prepare, and residents take action to protect their lives and property.
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