CASI-1500 VNIR (hyperspectral) Imagery [University of Calgary campus]
The CASI-1500 is an airborne sensor that captures hyperspectral visible near Infrared (VNIR) imagery with a 1500 pixel field of view, achieving spatial resolutions as high as 25 cm. This sample image of the University of Calgary campus has been supplied for academic purposes by ITRES Research.
CASI-1500 hyperspectral VNIR imagery has been used in applications such as detecting crop disease, mapping wetland species, water quality.
Read more: http://www.itres.com/products/imagers/casi1500/
GENERAL SCENE DESCRIPTION (Please refer to imagery metadata document for specific details of each scene.)
|Airborne sensor: CASI-1500
Aircraft velocity: 120 knots
Aircraft altitude: ~1100m AGL
Band 01 = 384.8nm +/- 18.9nm
Band 18 = 1029.7nm +/- 18.9nm
|Date: October 23, 2006
Format: .pix, .hdr
Spatial Resolution: 25cm
The data is licensed to Brock University faculty, staff and students for teaching and research purposes only and requires the user to sign a Generic license agreement.
Request Data [.pix]
Tip: to 'view' in ArcGIS, add the .pix file; Open Windows>Image Analysis; check DRA and choose Std-dev from the dropdown.
CASI 1500 VNIR Imagery [computer file]. (2006). Calgary, AB: ITRES Research Limited. Available: Brock University Map, Data & GIS Library Controlled Local Access \MapLibrary\DATA\ITRES\UOFC_Oct2007_0.6mGSD_Radiance.pix (Accessed March 2, 2014).