Tag Archives: HSI

Species information was derived from hyperspectral imagery and then applied to the lidar point cloud for this image.

Fusing Data on Doomed Ash Trees

By using fused data gathered with lidar and hyperspectral imaging, a geospatial services company helped a large utility to identify 90% of ash trees with the potential to fall into their power lines—in a timeframe that wouldn’t have been possible without the use of remote sensing. By Ian Berdie, Zach Raymer, and Mia Chen Remote-sensing...

Different visualizations of the same VNIR+SWIR hyperspectral image (of Wizard Island, Crater Lake, OR) draped over a lidar bare-earth digital elevation model. The variation in vegetation, snow, soil/geologic cover, and even water properties can be highlighted with different combinations of spectral wavelength images.

HSI on the Fly

One company details mapping applications of airborne hyperspectral imagery for agriculture, forestry, and resource mapping. By Patrick Burns and Scott Nowicki, PhD Remote sensing imagery has been collected with many different camera systems for many different applications over the past 50 years of the industry.  Visible remote sensing imagery provides interpretable information available to most...

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Remote Sensing in Yellowstone Park

A consortium demonstrates the value of integrated remote-sensing technologies for studying and monitoring the impacts of climate change using the northern range of Yellowstone National Park as a testing area. By Dr. Olaf Niemann,  Dr. Robert Crabtree,  and David Brown   In 2014, a consortium between environmental scientists and an airborne remote-sensing company was awarded funding...