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SPOT6 satellite Data with Four Spectral Bands, Display in Red, Green and Infrared Bands. 1.5 METER RESOLUTION
THESE DATA: SPOT5, SPOT6 AND IKONOS WE HAVE EXPERENCED IN USING THEM FOR OUR PROJECTS IN PLANTATION AND FORESTRY ETC. IF NEED THE YOU CAN ORDER THRU US AND WE PROCESS FOR YOU..
Geoprecision Tech provide services in image processing , image interpretation and modelling for vegetation application. What is multispectral? Multispectral images are the main type of images acquired by remote sensing radiometers. Dividing the spectrum into many bands, multispectral is the opposite of panchromatic, which records only the total intensity of radiation falling on each pixel. Usually, earth observation satellites have three or more radiometers. For example, Landsat has seven bands. Each acquires one digital image in a small spectral band. The shortest is the visible band, ranging from 0.4 to 0.7µm, called red-green-blue (RGB) region. The others are infrared with wavelengths from 0.7 µm to 10 or more µm, classified as near infrared (NIR), middle infrared (MIR) and far infrared (FIR or thermal). In the Landsat case, the seven scenes comprise a seven-band multispectral image.
SPOT 6 and SPOT 7 Image product resolution:
Panchromatic: 1.5 m Colour merge: 1.5 m Multi-spectral: 6 m
Spectral bands, with simultaneous panchromatic and multi-spectral acquisitions:
Panchromatic (450 – 745 nm)
Blue (450 – 525 nm)
Green (530 – 590 nm)
Red (625 – 695 nm)
Near-infrared (760 – 890 nm)
Footprint: 60 km × 60 km
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SPOT satellite Data with Four Spectral Bands, Display in Red, Green and Infrared Bands. 10M RESOLUTION
IKONOS satellite Data with Four Spectral Bands, Display in Red, Green and Infrared Bands. I METER RESOLUTION