THE FULL SPECTRAL IMAGING PROJECT

 

Current Project incorporating the Full Spectral Imaging Project: Global, Real-time Disaster & Environmental Monitoring System (GRDEMS)

 

The goal of the Full Spectral Imaging Project is to develop a New System for Remote Sensing.  The New System for Remote Sensing will provide high spectral and spatial resolution remotely sensed information, as well as a wealth of auxiliary information, to any user with an Internet connection, in near real-time, in a format that is easy to use.  Full Spectral Imaging is the successor to Hyperspectral Imaging as Hyperspectral Imaging is the successor to multispectral imaging..

 

The New System for Remote Sensing is based on three concepts:

- Full Spectral Imaging

- Empirical Reflectance Retrieval

- Autonomous Remote Sensing

- Listing of Remote Sensing Satellites (see: Characteristics of Related Instruments)

- New System for Remote Sensing (See "About Us" until new pages are developed)

* A Table of Features of Full Spectral Imaging
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A Simplified Description of Full Spectral Imaging
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Advanced Instrumentation for Full Spectral Imaging
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Components available for Full Spectral and Hyperspectral systems
* Full Spectral Imaging Research Projects
* Full Spectral Imaging Project References
* Questions and Answers regarding Full Spectral Imaging
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Abstract, Barcelona SPIE Paper, and Viewgraphs on Full Spectral Imaging
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Full Spectral Imaging Proposals

* Discussion of Hyperspectral Imaging Reflectometry and Full Spectral Imaging Reflectometry (coming soon)

Full Spectral Imaging Slogan: "
More Bang for the Byte"

 

 

This page was last modified on Wednesday, July 29, 2013