MULTISPECTRAL SATELLITE IMAGING: Discover the Possibilities
Satellite based remote sensing has become an important imaging tool in the field of environmental science. This cutting-edge technology has made it possible to remotely acquire detailed data about the earth and its resources for global as well as regional assessments.
Images obtained from satellite sensors can play an important role in environmental impact studies. Remote sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have allowed for greater opportunities in the areas of data integration and analysis, modeling, and map production.

8 Band Multispectral Analysis

The power of satellite imagery has significantly increased with the launch of the World-View-2 Satellite (Digital Globe) - making available high-resolution, 8-band multispectral images.

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Identify Vegetation from Space

Multispectral sensors measure solar reflectance at wavelengths beyond those visible to the naked eye. Subtle variations in vegetation can have a large effect on spectral response, making it possible to identify features not readily apparent in a photograph.

Locating Surface Contaminants

Different combinations of discrete spectral bands are analyzed to locate otherwise invisible features. In this case, we target a large area to locate and quantify contaminants such as oil on surface.

See Example

Earth Surface Monitoring

Environmental monitoring with satellites is especially useful in calculating the spatial extent of the environmental problem under investigation. Large spans of area can be monitored in detail to supplement a remediation program or environmental impact assessment study.

See Example



© 2014 AKS Geoscience Inc.
MULTISPECTRAL SATELLITE IMAGING Discover the Possibilities
Satellite based remote sensing has become an important imaging tool in the field of environmental science. This cutting-edge technology has made it possible to remotely acquire detailed data about the earth and its resources for global as well as regional assessments.
Images obtained from satellite sensors can play an important role in environmental impact studies. Remote sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have allowed for greater opportunities in the areas of data integration and analysis, modeling, and map production.

8 Band Multispectral Analysis

The power of satellite imagery has significantly increased with the launch of the World-View-2 Satellite (Digital Globe) - making available high-resolution, 8-band multispectral images.

Identify Vegetation from Space

Multispectral sensors measure solar reflectance at wavelengths beyond those visible to the naked eye. Subtle variations in vegetation can have a large effect on spectral response, making it possible to identify features not readily apparent in a photograph.

Locating Surface Contaminants

Different combinations of discrete spectral bands are analyzed to locate otherwise invisible features. In this case, we target a large area to locate and quantify contaminants such as oil on surface.

See Example

Earth Surface Monitoring

Environmental monitoring with satellites is especially useful in calculating the spatial extent of the environmental problem under investigation. Large spans of area can be monitored in detail to supplement a remediation program or environmental impact assessment study.

See Example



© 2014 AKS Geoscience Inc.
MULTISPECTRAL SATELLITE IMAGING
Satellite based remote sensing has become an important imaging tool in the field of environmental science. This cutting-edge technology has made it possible to remotely acquire detailed data about the earth and its resources for global as well as regional assessments. Images obtained from satellite sensors can play an important role in environmental impact studies. Remote sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have allowed for greater opportunities in the areas of data integration and analysis, modeling, and map production.

8 Band Multispectral Analysis

The power of satellite imagery has significantly increased with the launch of the World-View-2 Satellite (Digital Globe) - making available high-resolution, 8-band multispectral images.

Identify Vegetation from Space

Multispectral sensors measure solar reflectance at wavelengths beyond those visible to the naked eye. Subtle variations in vegetation can have a large effect on spectral response, making it possible to identify features not readily apparent in a photograph.

Locating Surface Contaminants

Different combinations of discrete spectral bands are analyzed to locate otherwise invisible features. In this case, we target a large area to locate and quantify contaminants such as oil on surface.

See Example

Earth Surface Monitoring

Environmental monitoring with satellites is especially useful in calculating the spatial extent of the environmental problem under investigation. Large spans of area can be monitored in detail to supplement a remediation program or environmental impact assessment study.

See Example

© 2014 AKS Geoscience Inc.