Remote Sensing In the broadest sense, the measurement or acquisition of
information of some property of an object or phenomenon, by a recording
device that is not in physical or intimate contact with the object or
phenomenon under study; e.g., the utilization at a distance (as from
aircraft, spacecraft, or ship) of any device and its attendant display
for gathering information pertinent to the environment, such as
measurements of force fields, electromagnetic radiation, or acoustic
energy. The technique employs such devices as the camera, lasers, and
radio frequency receivers, radar systems, sonar, seismographs,
gravimeters, magnetometers, and scintillation counters.
The practice of data collection in the wavelengths from ultraviolet to
radio regions. This restricted sense is the practical outgrowth from
airborne photography. Sense is preferredand thus includes regions of the
EM spectrumas well as techniques traditionally considered as belonging
to conventional geophysics.
Our Expertise :
Change Detection — determine the changes from images taken at different times of the same area.
Orthorectification — Warp an image to its location on the earth.
Spectral Analysis — For example, using non-visible parts of the
electromagnetic spectrum to determine if a forest is healthy.
Image Classification — Categorization of pixels based on reflectance
into different land cover classes (e.g. Supervised classification,
Unsupervised classification and Object Oriented Classification).
Land Cover & Land Use
Oceans & Coastal Monitoring
Ocean pattern identification
Fish stock and marine mammal assessment