Spectral Evolution Introduces Remote Sensing Bundles

To enable scientists, researchers, and field technicians to get started immediately on remote sensing work, Spectral Evolution has created two remote sensing bundles that include packaged capabilities matching a spectroradiometer, accessories, and data acquisition software to each individual application and budget. Spectral Evolution's Remote Sensing Bundles are suitbale for remote sensing, ground truthing, vegetative studies, crop and soil research, ocean studies, atmospheric and climatic work, calibration of hyperspectral and multispectral satellite imaging systems, and more. For more information on the Remote Sensing Bundles including pricing, as well as other spectroradiometers and accessories for remote sensing applications, click here. (read more)
2012-12-12 02:39:38

Medium-format Cameras for High-accuracy Mapping

Field Test of the Phase One iXU-RS1000 Camera
Small and medium-format cameras are increasingly gaining popularity for mapping small and medium-size areas, corridors, construction sites and cities. They are also used as companions of Lidar systems, mounted on unmanned aerial systems (UASs), and for monitoring and inspecting infrastructure. The author of this article investigated the suitability of the Phase One iXU-RS1000 camera for high-accuracy mapping and found this medium-format camera to be a metric camera with stable and clearly definable interior orientation parameters, producing images of high geometric and radiometric quality. In photogrammetry it is important that cameras produce images of which the geometric distortions are as small... (read more)
2018-01-17 10:09:48

Precise UAV Camera Positioning for 3D Mapping

Photogrammetric mapping is the new 'hot topic', although the concept has been around since Leonardo da Vinci's time and it has been in use in practice for over a century. Drone technology has now consumerised photogrammetry, introducing data acquisition and 3D model processing to thousands. From a surveying standpoint, accuracy is key. To build 3D models in a known spatial frame of reference requires some form of control, either on the ground, in the air or a combination of both, which is where ground control points (GCPs) come in. GCPs provide a solid tie to a real coordinate system with known coordinates... (read more)
2016-09-13 01:18:19

Smart LF Scanner

Colortrac (UK) has launched the Smart LF, a large-format document scanner for professional and corporate users in any size of enterprise. It uses digital imaging technology, Contact Image Sensors (CIS) normally found in small-format, flatbed desktop scanners. Several ‘deep focus’ CIS devices have been combined to create a digital scanner capable of high speed, 2,400 dpi input in 24-bit colour or black & white from originals up to 40" wide. The scanner provides instant scans from power-on, with fully automatic colour calibration, no sensor alignment and low power consumption. It is available in three models, with a range of standard... (read more)
2005-03-16 12:00:00

NASA Appoints Ocean Colour Services Contractor

NASA has selected Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) of McLean, VA, USA, for ocean colour services at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD, USA. Under the contract, SAIC will provide support services focused on global ocean remote sensing, satellite data processing and distribution, ocean colour sensor calibration and product validation. In addition, SAIC will support processing algorithm and software development, ocean bio-optical and bio-geochemical field data collection and laboratory analysis, research in marine bio-geochemistry and ocean dynamics. These services will support flight projects such as Aquarius, Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer, and Visible and Infrared Imager Radiometer Suite. This is... (read more)
2012-10-01 11:19:21

Z/I Software Version 6.4

Z/I Imaging has released Z/I Software version 6.4. The package includes a suite of products for the DMC and DMC II camera families for raw image data post-processing, distributed processing, digital image enhancement, in-field data copy and real-time image quality control.   Version 6.4 also includes a new licensing system based on the Leica Geosystems licensing server.   A range of new features such as automatic check of matching point distribution and individual absolute radiometric calibration parameter calculation based on used exposure time and f-stop are included.   According to Z/I Imaging product manager Klaus Neumann, the focus for version... (read more)
2012-02-20 11:50:11

Ayman Habib

Dr Ayman F. Habib is a professor at the Lyles School of Civil Engineering at Purdue University in the USA, co-director of the Civil Engineering Center for Applications of UAS for a Sustainable Environment (CE-CAUSE), and associate director of the Joint Transportation Research Program (JTRP). His research interests span the fields of terrestrial and aerial mobile mapping systems, modelling the perspective geometry of non-traditional imaging scanners, automatic matching and change detection, automatic calibration of low-cost digital cameras, object recognition in imagery and point cloud data, Lidar mapping, and integrating photogrammetric data with other sensors/datasets (e.g. GNSS/INS, GIS databases, multispectral and... (read more)
2017-08-31 09:30:04

DT20 Series Digital Theodolites

Sokkia is releasing a new digital theodolite series, the DT220, DT520, DT520A and DT620, with as a main distinguishing feature an improved power-saving technology. The DT620, recently set a world record for continuous operating time of 220 hours.   The DTx20 series digital theodolites maintain the charachteristics of previous DTx10 models, such as the industry's highest IP66 dust- and water-protection rating, advanced absolute rotary encoders that ensure long-term reliability, as well as user-friendly operation.   Other improvements, compared to the ancestors, are doubled operating time: model DT620 achieves an operating time of 220 hours with two R14 alkaline batteries. The... (read more)
2009-09-01 10:51:26

Mozhdeh Shahbaz

Mozhdeh Shahbazi (PhD, PEng) has been an assistant professor in the Department of Geomatics Engineering at the University of Calgary since 2016. She is the supervisor of the Autonomous Mapping Laboratory. She is also an adjunct member of the graduate programme in Earth and Space Science and Engineering at York University. She is secretary of Working Group II, TCI at ISPRS and director in the Executive Board and chair of Working Group III at the Canadian Remote Sensing Society. She is an associate editor of the Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing. Her current research areas include development, integration and calibration... (read more)
2019-06-20 01:51:39

ASPRS Hot Topics Sessions at ILMF 2014

The International LiDAR Mapping Forum (ILMF), taking place from 17-19 February 2014, in Denver, CO, USA, has announced that the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) will be running special ‘Hot Topics’ sessions alongside the main conference. ASPRS plays a vital role in the Lidar industry as it is the key organisation that sets data format and accuracy standards for kinematic laser scanning.  With a full morning dedicated to ASPRS on Monday, 17 February, ASPRS will provide an update on activities of the society associated with Lidar and point cloud processing including: -       The new concept of LAS... (read more)
2013-12-18 08:30:00
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