STROBE: STRuctured OBservation of the Environment

By Gordon Rugg

STROBE has been around for decades. The world has moved on since STROBE was first developed, but the underlying principles of the technique are still useful.

In this article, I’ll briefly describe the core concepts of STROBE, and then describe the modified version that I use, with some comments about what’s still useful from the original technique, and about how it can complement other approaches such as flight path analysis.

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