(Evergreen, CO) AlphaPixel, LLC has released version 1.16 of their debut product, PixelSense. PixelSense is a quick and easy tool for processing remote-sensed imagery such as Landsat TM and ETM bandsinto realistic natural-color georeferenced GeoTIFF images, ready-to-use in any mainstream GIS or visualization software.
Archives for December 2004
A complete image archive and library is available for viewing and downloading high-resolution imagery from South-East Asia.
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has completed development of a major new product enhancement for Landsat 7 Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus (ETM+) data captured after the Scan Line Corrector (SLC) anomaly.
The “Adventure of Echo the Bat” is an interactive adventure that brings together content relating to Biodiversity, Ecology, Remote Sensing, and the Electromagnetic Spectrum with supporting classroom activities. These activities introduce concepts basic to the understanding of remote sensing, including light and the electromagnetic spectrum. The Teacher’s Guide contains classroom activities and lesson plans that […]
Landsat 7 Scan Line Corrector (SLC)-off data, effective October 22, 2003. The initial product release includes Level 0Rp, Level 1R, and Level 1G data products, accessible via the EOS Data Gateway (EDG). The SLC-off data are distributed as standard Landsat 7 single scene (WRS-2) and multi-scene (“floating scene”) products. The feasibility for future additional data […]
UNOSAT goal is to provide the international community with updated and accurate geographic information and to universalize access to satellite imagery.
In support to humanitarian agencies involved in the Darfur emergency, UNOSAT has made available for distribution a range of maps and data produced through the Respond Consortium in the context of the Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) Service Elements initiative funded by the European Space Agency (ESA).
(Source: Geoscience Australia, Dec 26, 2004) In the nine hours following the enormous earthquake off Sumatra, 14 aftershocks with magnitudes between 5.7 and 7.3 have occurred along the arc from Sumatra towards Nicobar and Andaman Islands.
When I first used this fabulous resource the first thing that came to my mind was that anyone out there who’s being paying big $$ to download free DRGs, DEMs, DOQQs, TIGER files, Q3 flood data, and anything else in the public domain for that matter is going to freak out … on the flip side though, you’re […]
Since it’s the end of the year I wanted to share with you some of the best things that you’ll find at GISuser.com. Since we launched back in March we’ve presented some interesting, useful, and educational features and “Spotlights”. To cap off the year I’d like to share my favorites with you… Enjoy!