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KSAT advances to sensor agnostic automated services to support multi-mission projects

Looking to modernize delivery of high quality imagery faster, KSAT found their solution with CATALYST. Developing a brand new, custom ortho-mosaicking workflow, with pan-sharpening capabilities – CATALYST was able to quickly deliver an efficient solution. Complete Form To Request PDF Please complete the form and we will email you the PDF. Thank you. First Name …

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PG Ventures Harnesses CATALYST Data

PG Ventures Harnesses CATALYST Data Through AWS Data Exchange to Build Innovative Environmental Monitoring Tool

PG Ventures, the digital innovation arm of TSR Poland, discovered the powers of CATALYST’s ground displacement data when exploring solutions to address issues related to abandoned mines. What followed was a collaboration – made possible through AWS Data Exchange – in which expertise, tools, opportunity, and inspiration all came together to develop a way to …

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Canada Applies Open Data Cube to Assess National Land-use Change

Canada’s Pollutant Inventories and Reporting Division (PIRD), a division of Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC), faces the massive task of creating a greenhouse gas inventory for the entire nation. A key part of this analysis is the use of remotely sensed data to quantify areas of land-use change to calculate CO2. In this pursuit, …

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EOfactory Scales Up Earth Image Processing on the Cloud.

EOfactory scales up to provide geospatial users nearly limitless image processing capabilities using CATALYST Microservices Platform. Complete Form To Access PDF​ Download PDF Results: A nation-wide orthorectification of 10,000 images that now takes three days will be finished in five minutes with CATALYST Microservices, and it opens up the possibility to deliver not only national …

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How a leading space agency is preparing for the future of image analytics.

What is our country’s estimated crop yield this year? How much food will we need to import? Will we have enough water for our nation’s needs? How can we expect our cities to expand? What new utilities will our citizens need built? Complete Form To Access PDF​ Download PDF Results: In an industry first, CATALYST …

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Object Analyst Feasibility Study on Per Parcel Stormwater Taxation

CATALYST has a full set of object-based image analysis (OBIA) tools that can be used to quickly and accurately extract impermeable land area on a per parcel basis. Imagery is segmented based on the shape and spectral properties of features, and training sites representing impermeable and permeable classes are collected. Download PDF Results: It was …

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Using InSAR for SteamInjection Monitoring in Cold Lake, Alberta

Leveraging CATALYST Enterprise’s rapid processing capability made it possible to optimize image selection from over 50,000 archive RapidEye images. Download PDF Results: Using commercially available data such as RADARSAT-2 and TerraSAR-X, Geomatica InSAR is suitable for any land deformation application and allows time series analysis for measuring change and rates across image stacks. About MDA …

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Introducing Remotely Sensed Data to Lower Costs and Increase Efficiency in Agricultural Management.

To identify stressed vegetation in the most cost-effective way possible, high-resolution satellite data can be purchased in areas covering the fi elds in question. Five-meter resolution RapidEye imagery is ideal to investigate identifi ed areas of crop stress before deploying expensive and labor-intensive specialists directly to site. The diagram below illustrates the major steps required …

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University of Calgary Monitors Arctic Sea Ice with CATALYST Professional Radar Suite

Sea ice can be difficult to study because of the remote and hazardous locations in which is exists. Remotely sensed SAR data is one half of the equation. To complete the analysis, SAR processing software with the right algorithms are required. Download PDF Results: Polarimetric signatures of different ice types were analyzed at four radar incidence …

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