ScanEx to Take Part in ASPRS 2010 Annual Conference
19 Апреля 2010
В СМИ (до 2012)
ScanEx Research & Development Center will take part in the Annual conference of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) “Opportunities for Emerging Geospatial Technologies”. The conference, which is to take place in San-Diego, California from 26 till 30 April 2010, is one of the largest international events in sphere of satellite imagery and spatial data.
ScanEx RDC will present modern Russian technology innovations in satellite imagery (poster booth #703). The company specialists will tell about the possibilities of the proprietary ground complex for Earth observation data reception, processing and archiving. Nowadays the universal small-size “UniScan” ground receiving stations are the backbones of the contemporary centers of space monitoring in Russia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Vietnam, Iran, Spain, Kazakhstan (a national network has been created), UAE, USA, etc.
Within the frames of the ASPRS 2010 conference ScanEx specialists will demonstrate own software for handling satellite images and will consult about the issues of initial and in-depth processing of the remote sensing data. Visitors of the booth #703 will be able to learn the specifics and to appraise the advantages of operations with special software applications:
• ScanMagic® — an easy-to-use and multifunctional software application for Earth observation data viewing, analyzing and processing, as well as for cataloging space imaging results.
• ScanEx Image Processor® — a powerful software application for visualization, in-depth analysis and thematic processing of optical and radar imagery data. The application has a modular structure and is an efficient tool to resolve a wide range of applied tasks.
• Thematic Pro® — an add-on module of ScanEx Image Processor, intended for thematic interpretation of spatial data. During the source remote sensing data processing the application enables to use both traditional (visualization, filtration, generation of new images through calculations) and up-to-date methods applying adaptive algorithms based on Kohonen artificial neural networks.
— other software.
Published: The American Surveyor (http://www.amerisurv.com/content/view/7288/)