animated satellite images
High-resolution satellite imagery is a useful tool for carrying out time-lapse monitoring in a variety of industries, including environment, forestry, hydrology, agriculture, geology, resource management, and urban planning. In particular, environmental sites undergoing various stages of remediation and reclamation can be monitored by taking advantage of multispectral bands.
These bands allow for increased analysis and classification so that various characteristics can be captured and compared over time. Characteristics such as crop health, yield determination, soil quality determination and general change detection can be monitored.

Identification

Different reflective properties of surface features allows high resolution satellite imaging to be used for identification and classification. Click below for more details on how this valuable tool can help you.

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Reclamation

Satellite imaging can be used to demonstrate successful reclamation efforts over time. This example shows land cover change from disturbance to reclamation over an oil sands region from 1974 to 2011.

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Pollution

The following link provides an interactive look at world pollution levels as measured by NO2 levels from 2005 to 2011. (Measurements were recorded by NASA EOS Aura OMI sensors.)

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Web-based Platform

Effective time-lapse monitoring requires that the user be able to readily manipulate and view the analyzed images. This example shows an interactive web-based platform that allows the user to combine and view various composite bands.

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© 2014 AKS Geoscience Inc.
animated satellite images
High-resolution satellite imagery is a useful tool for carrying out time-lapse monitoring in a variety of industries, including environment, forestry, hydrology, agriculture, geology, resource management, and urban planning. In particular, environmental sites undergoing various stages of remediation and reclamation can be monitored by taking advantage of multispectral bands.
These bands allow for increased analysis and classification so that various characteristics can be captured and compared over time. Characteristics such as crop health, yield determination, soil quality determination and general change detection can be monitored.

Identification

Different reflective properties of surface features allows high resolution satellite imaging to be used for identification and classification. Click below for more details on how this valuable tool can help you.

View Presentation

Reclamation

Satellite imaging can be used to demonstrate successful reclamation efforts over time. This example shows land cover change from disturbance to reclamation over an oil sands region from 1974 to 2011.

See Example

Pollution

The following link provides an interactive look at world pollution levels as measured by NO2 levels from 2005 to 2011. (Measurements were recorded by NASA EOS Aura OMI sensors.)

See Example

Web-based Platform

Effective time-lapse monitoring requires that the user be able to readily manipulate and view the analyzed images. This example shows an interactive web-based platform that allows the user to combine and view various composite bands.

See Example



© 2014 AKS Geoscience Inc.
animated satellite images
High-resolution satellite imagery is a useful tool for carrying out time-lapse monitoring in a variety of industries, including environment, forestry, hydrology, agriculture, geology, resource management, and urban planning. In particular, environmental sites undergoing various stages of remediation and reclamation can be monitored by taking advantage of multispectral bands.

These bands allow for increased analysis and classification so that various characteristics can be captured and compared over time. Characteristics such as crop health, yield determination, soil quality determination and general change detection can be monitored.

Identification

Different reflective properties of surface features allows high resolution satellite imaging to be used for identification and classification. Click below for more details on how this valuable tool can help you.

View Presentation

Reclamation

Satellite imaging can be used to demonstrate successful reclamation efforts over time. This example shows land cover change from disturbance to reclamation over an oil sands region from 1974 to 2011.

See Example

Pollution

The following link provides an interactive look at world pollution levels as measured by NO2 levels from 2005 to 2011. (Measurements were recorded by NASA EOS Aura OMI sensors.)

See Example

Web-based Platform

Effective time-lapse monitoring requires that the user be able to readily manipulate and view the analyzed images. This example shows an interactive web-based platform that allows the user to combine and view various composite bands.

See Example

© 2014 AKS Geoscience Inc.