Engineers use imagery to provide "detailed picture" of Sandy damage

01/31/2013 | United Press International

Engineers from Drexel University in Philadelphia said that infrared and ultraviolet imaging technology and other testing could provide a "detailed picture" of damage caused by superstorm Sandy, which could help crews in the rebuilding effort. The technology, combined with aircraft and satellite photography, could generate detailed maps and expose damage that might not be visible to buildings, trees, power lines and telephone poles.

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