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ISPRS special 2: Range Doppler Terrain Correction of TanDEM-X derived DEM

ISPRS special 2: Range Doppler Terrain Correction of TanDEM-X derived DEM

POTENTIAL OF MULTITEMPORAL TANDEM-X DERIVED CROP SURFACE MODELS FOR MAIZE GROWTH MONITORING C. Hütt, N. Tilly, H. Schiedung, and G. Bareth Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLI-B7, 803-808, doi:10.5194/isprs-archives-XLI-B7-803-2016, 2016 The video shows how to process the scene from July 15th and includes the following steps: Terrain Correction and projection to UTM 32 N You can download ...

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NASA Space Geodesy Data for Precise Orbit Determination of Altimeter Satellites

NASA Space Geodesy Data for Precise Orbit Determination of Altimeter Satellites

Over the last 25 years, ocean radar altimeter satellites have revolutionized our understanding of the world’s oceans. Today six altimeter satellites from different national and international space agencies synoptically measure the ocean surface topography in order to determine how the ocean surface changes with time. The heart of the altimeter measurement is the precise determination of the orbit reference which ...

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Destriping Landsat SLC Off Image

Destriping Landsat SLC Off Image

Landsat series of satellites have revolutionized the geospatial world. It can safely be assumed that Landsat 7 (Enhanced Thematic Mapper +) which was launched on  15th April 1999 was the most used satellite in the field of Geo Spatial Technologies. Landsat 7 has totally 8 bands of which 6 bands are of 30 meter resolution, PAN is of 15 meter ...

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Luncheon Lecture Series “Remote Sensing of the Last Frontier”

Luncheon Lecture Series “Remote Sensing of the Last Frontier”

The IEEE AK-GRSS Luncheon Lecture Series “Remote Sensing of the Last Frontier” focuses on communicating interesting developments in Geoscience and Remote Sensing to the State of Alaska. In this presentation from June 2016, Dr. Gabriel Wolken, Alaska DGGS, presented on the use of Remote Sensing during a 2015 Debris Flow disaster in Sitka, Alaska.

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Optical remote sensing: Principles

Optical remote sensing: Principles

Optical remote sensing: Principles. This video is part of the Australian National University course ‘Advanced Remote Sensing and GIS’ (ENVS3019 / ENVS6319).

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The Benefits of Persistent, Real-Time Global Vessel Tracking

The Benefits of Persistent, Real-Time Global Vessel Tracking

Although relatively new, satellite Automatic Identification System (AIS) technology has fundamentally changed the landscape for monitoring the world’s shipping. The alliance between exactEarth and Harris Corporation now means that real-time global maritime vessel tracking is a reality. Watch this recorded webinar to learn: -The elements of the most optimized global satellite AIS solution -How this unique global real-time ship tracking ...

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Soil moisture remote sensing

Soil moisture remote sensing

Soil moisture remote sensing. This video is part of the Australian National University course ‘Advanced Remote Sensing and GIS’ (ENVS3019 / ENVS6019).

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Vegetation remote sensing: introduction

Vegetation remote sensing: introduction

Vegetation remote sensing: introduction. This video is part of the Australian National University course ‘Advanced Remote Sensing and GIS’ (ENVS3019 / ENVS6319).

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