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www.ndc.gr www.hih.org...
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AGENDA
 NDC-GR HQ / NRF 2012NDC-GR HQ / NRF 2012
 Intro to HolographyIntro to Holography
 Organi...
NATO Response Force
(NRF)
A highly ready and technologically advanced multinational force made up of
 land,
 air,
 mari...
NRF 2012 component commands
 Allied Force Command (FC) Headquarters Heidelberg (Germany)
 NATO Deployable Corps Greece f...
FUTURE
MISSIONS
2001 2002 IOC 2004 FOC 2006 2007 2008 2012
F O C
NEW TARGETS
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FUTURE
MISSIONS
CREVA...
 GIS workstationsGIS workstations
 60” Scanner60” Scanner
 42” Color Plotter42” Color Plotter
 60” Color Plotter60” Co...
GEOSPATIAL SUPPORT
ROUTINE
 Display ofDisplay of geospatialgeospatial
informationinformation and otherand other
associate...
HOLOGRAPHY
 is a technique by which the image of a three dimensional
object is recorded on film so that upon reconstructi...
Real Image
Principle of Holography
Reference Beam
Virtual Image
θ
x
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Hologram
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Recording
Reference Beam
Reconstruction
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HOLOGRAPHIC MAP
The Workflow
 1. Acquire DEM data and Satellite image of an area (Same pixel
size or resampling to the sa...
The Digital HoloPrinter
PATENTPATENT
InternationalInternational
PublicationPublication
Number:Number:
…………………………………………
28 ...
TERRAIN GENERATION
SATELLITE IMAGE OVERLAYED
FINAL SETUP OF LAYERS
FINAL SETUP OF LAYERS
Test site area had been chosen the EVROS River,
borderline btween GRC – TRK
(The flag of NRF transferred on Jan 12, 2012
f...
VIRTUAL CAMERA
HOLO MAP
NEXT STEPS
1.To project real time data over the holographic map.
2. Develope a real time multiview autostereoscopic system...
Next proposed application:
Embedded SW for
Application
processing
HW optionsHW options SW optionsSW options
Fixed or mobil...
Next Holo Project for NDC-GR:
The World of Alexander the Great
LtC (GRC A) PARASCHOU Charalampos (Babis)
NATO Deployable Corps - GR HQ / Chief Geo
paraschouc@flr.stat.nato.int, chvparas...
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Lecture in DGI 2012; common project of NDC-GR and HIH iot create the first hologragraphic map in Greece

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  • The briefing will last approximately 10 min
  • NRF 2012 component commands: Allied Force Command (FC) Headquarters Heidelberg (Germany) NATO Deployable Corps Greece from Thessaloniki (Greece) Naval Striking and Support Forces NATO from Naples (Italy) Joint Force Air Component Headquarters from Kalkar (Germany) Spanish Army Special Operations Command from Alicante (Spain) HQ Joint Logistic Support Group (Germany) Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Battalion (Czech Republic) For NRF 2012 rotation NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) gives his specific guidance to JFC Brunssum to train, prepare and certify the Immediate Response Force (IRF) and the elements designated in the Response Forces Pool (RFP). The DJSE and initial elements of the forces are required to be ready to move on 48 hours to 30 days notice, and sustain themselves for operations lasting 30 days or longer if resupplied. Participation in the NRF is preceded by a six-month NATO exercise programme in order to integrate and standardise the various national contingents. The NRF 2012 will then be held on stand-by for 12 months to deploy on operations.
  • Here you see a trace of history of our HQ We started thinking about it in 2001 We started manning it in 2002 (I joined it, that year) We passed IOC in 2003, and FOC in 2005; because in 2004 was Athens Olympic Games. In 2008 we passed successfully the Combat Readiness Evaluation deployed from Thessaloniki to Kriti island, a distance of 600 km. At this point I would like to add, that some allied officers in NDC-GR said: “NATO defined Greek HQ as NRF in 2012 to be sure about the end of the world”. I hope this is not true. Next pls
  • Our equipment, typical hardware and software for a geo section.
  • Here you see what we see as our day to day business, in geo section. Also, two examples of this work: the rock drill map (eight by nine meters) and a flood prediction map Next pls
  • Photography was once considered the best means of recording visual information, but with the development of holography in the 1960s, the simple, two-dimensional images of photographs were surpassed Holography is a technique by which the image of a three dimensional object is recorded on film so that upon reconstruction, or playback, the constructed image of the object is three dimensional. The term hologram comes from the Greek words holos, meaning "whole," and gram, meaning "writing." Each portion of the hologram stores an encoded message about the whole object.
  • Use interference of coherent light! E = R + O Reference wave Object wave where R = R exp[i(j-wt)] , O =Oexp[i( f -wt)] Recorded Intensity: I=| R + O |2 = R2 + O2 +2ROsin( f -j) Use interference of coherent light! E = R + O Reference wave Object wave where R = R exp[i(j-wt)] , O =Oexp[i( f -wt)] Recorded Intensity: I=| R + O |2 = R2 + O2 +2ROsin( f -j)
  • In digital holography we use proprietary holographic printers that can integrate into a high resolution film thousands of perspective views of real or imaginary objects created by suitable 3d editing software. By combining the discrete perspective images into one digital hologram we thus recreate a 3d image of an object that is viewable by the naked eye. Information for digital 3D hologram is obtained from digital pictures pixels, so the hologram itself always has pixelated structure. Those holographic pixels are called holopixels, currently the size of those holopixels is not less than 0.8 x 0.8 mm, each holopixel contains information from thousands of usual pixels with corresponding coordinates that are taken from different views of imprinted scene. Each holopixel is exposed three times with red, green and blue laser radiation.
  • Creating HOLOGRAPHIC PHOTOMAPS from SATELLITE IMAGES

    1. 1. NDC-GR/ENG/GEONDC-GR/ENG/GEO HiH:HiH:HHellenicellenic iinstitute ofnstitute of HHolographyolography www.ndc.gr www.hih.org.grwww.ndc.gr www.hih.org.gr “Creating HOLOGRAPHIC PHOTOMAPS from SATELLITE IMAGES” presented by: Charalampos PARASCHOU, Lt Col (GRC-Army) to: DGI2012 Innovation Technology Focus Day
    2. 2. 00 1515 3030 4545 1010 AGENDA  NDC-GR HQ / NRF 2012NDC-GR HQ / NRF 2012  Intro to HolographyIntro to Holography  Organizing Geo DATA forOrganizing Geo DATA for Holographic MapHolographic Map
    3. 3. NATO Response Force (NRF) A highly ready and technologically advanced multinational force made up of  land,  air,  maritime  and special forces components that the Alliance can deploy quickly to wherever it is needed. It is comprised of three parts:  a command and control element from the NATO Command Structure;  the Immediate Response Force,  a joint force of about 13 000 high-readiness troops provided by Allies;  and a Response Forces Pool, which can supplement the Immediate Response Force when necessary. Any mission, anywhere for example:  contributing to the preservation of teritorial integrity,  making a demonstration of force,  peace support operations,  disaster relief,  protection of critical infrastructure,  security operations and,  as part of a larger force, conducting initial entry operations
    4. 4. NRF 2012 component commands  Allied Force Command (FC) Headquarters Heidelberg (Germany)  NATO Deployable Corps Greece from Thessaloniki (Greece)NATO Deployable Corps Greece from Thessaloniki (Greece)  Naval Striking and Support Forces NATO from Naples (Italy)Naval Striking and Support Forces NATO from Naples (Italy)  Joint Force Air Component Headquarters from Kalkar (Germany)Joint Force Air Component Headquarters from Kalkar (Germany)  Spanish Army Special Operations Command from Alicante (Spain)Spanish Army Special Operations Command from Alicante (Spain)  HQ Joint Logistic Support Group (Germany)HQ Joint Logistic Support Group (Germany)  Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Battalion (Czech Republic)Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Battalion (Czech Republic) TThe force will behe force will be missionmission tailoredtailored (adjusted in size and capability)(adjusted in size and capability) to match theto match the demands of anydemands of any specific operation to whichspecific operation to which it is committed.it is committed. We are here NDC-GR
    5. 5. FUTURE MISSIONS 2001 2002 IOC 2004 FOC 2006 2007 2008 2012 F O C NEW TARGETS C A P A B I L I T I E S FUTURE MISSIONS CREVALCREVAL F O CF O C NDC-GR HQs History
    6. 6.  GIS workstationsGIS workstations  60” Scanner60” Scanner  42” Color Plotter42” Color Plotter  60” Color Plotter60” Color Plotter  A3 Color Laser JetA3 Color Laser Jet PrinterPrinter  Geo ServerGeo Server HARDWARE 3D Studio MAX???  Arc GIS 10Arc GIS 10  ArcGIS ServerArcGIS Server  Erdas Imagine 10Erdas Imagine 10  Photoshop CS2Photoshop CS2  CorelDraw10CorelDraw10 SOFTWARE EQUIPMENT of GEO SECTION
    7. 7. GEOSPATIAL SUPPORT ROUTINE  Display ofDisplay of geospatialgeospatial informationinformation and otherand other associated datasetsassociated datasets  Analysis & InterpretationAnalysis & Interpretation  VisualizationVisualization  Staff PlanningStaff Planning
    8. 8. HOLOGRAPHY  is a technique by which the image of a three dimensional object is recorded on film so that upon reconstruction, or playback, the constructed image of the object is three dimensional.  “HOLOGRAM” comes from the Greek words: “holos” = "whole," + “gram” = "writing“  Each portion of the hologram stores an encoded message about the whole object D. Gabor-1947 Y. Denisyuk-1962 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ????
    9. 9. Real Image Principle of Holography Reference Beam Virtual Image θ x z Hologram 0 Recording Reference Beam Reconstruction y x z Hologram 0 θ Object I =|R+O|2 = R2 + O2 +2ROsin(φ−ϕ) R O O I =(R+O)(R+O)* = R2 + O2 + R*O+RO* O* T ~ R2 + O2 + R*O+RO* Usually R= exp(-iωt) T ~ 1 + O2 + O + O*
    10. 10. HOLOGRAPHIC MAP The Workflow  1. Acquire DEM data and Satellite image of an area (Same pixel size or resampling to the same pix size)  2. Co-register them with accuracy LTH 1 pixel!  3. Import DEM and Satellite image into a 3D editor ( 3dsMax, Maya etc.).  4. Create a 3d terrain using the DEM data in the 3d editor.  5. Overlay the satellite image on top of the 3d terrain  6. Overlay in various layers other important data (These layers are stacked vertically on different heights relative to the mapped area).  7. Create a virtual camera and set correct properties.  8. Animate the camera relative to the 3d scene and set number perspective views to render.  9. Render the views  10. Input the perspective views of step 9 to the digital holographic printer.  11. Print the final hologram.
    11. 11. The Digital HoloPrinter PATENTPATENT InternationalInternational PublicationPublication Number:Number: ………………………………………… 28 JUNE 200628 JUNE 2006
    12. 12. TERRAIN GENERATION
    13. 13. SATELLITE IMAGE OVERLAYED
    14. 14. FINAL SETUP OF LAYERS
    15. 15. FINAL SETUP OF LAYERS
    16. 16. Test site area had been chosen the EVROS River, borderline btween GRC – TRK (The flag of NRF transferred on Jan 12, 2012 from the 3rd TU Army Corps / NRDC-TU to the 3rd GR Army Corps / NDC-GR ) FINAL SETUP OF LAYERS
    17. 17. VIRTUAL CAMERA
    18. 18. HOLO MAP
    19. 19. NEXT STEPS 1.To project real time data over the holographic map. 2. Develope a real time multiview autostereoscopic system .
    20. 20. Next proposed application: Embedded SW for Application processing HW optionsHW options SW optionsSW options Fixed or mobile antenna Transportable / Mobile configuration Access to Higher Level products eg. USAF EagleVision-1 includes COSMO-SkyMed system Near-real time
    21. 21. Next Holo Project for NDC-GR: The World of Alexander the Great
    22. 22. LtC (GRC A) PARASCHOU Charalampos (Babis) NATO Deployable Corps - GR HQ / Chief Geo paraschouc@flr.stat.nato.int, chvparas@yahoo.com, f/b: Charalampos Paraschou, twitter: @chvparas tel: 0030 2310 882690, mob 0030 694 4141929 Thank you for your attentionThank you for your attention

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