This talk will include an overview of the Planetary Computer platform, as well as a discussion of some of the applications that our partners are building that put the platform to work for environmental sustainability and conservation decision-making.
We are living through a golden age of SAR as commercial satellite imagery providers are rapidly deploying constellations with the latest innovative small satellite designs. As new space companies like Capella shatter supply constraints in Earth observation technology, corporations and individual users are now accessing SAR data for the first time.
Smart Ice Cloud Sensing (SMICES) that will enable both multi-angle and multi-resolution measurements of cloud ice particles size and shape within the tropospheric temperature and water vapor profile context.
This webinar will feature techniques and examples for simulating an imaging system design including common aberrations present in space-based satellites. Discussion topics will include: mathematical description of imaging systems, numerical recipes for accurate PSF/MTF estimates, image simulations with derived MTF and adaptation to more complex imaging system designs.
The IEEE GRSS Student Grand Challenges are 1-1.5 year projects intended to engage students and young professionals in solving a complex engineering problem within the scope of GRSS and other Societies (e.g., Aerospace and Electronic Systems, Antennas and Propagation, Ocean Engineering, Computer, Microwave Theory and Techniques) and other entities (e.g., Van Allen Foundation).
In this talk, firstly, the problem known as blind source separation (BSS) as well as the main associated methods will be considered: a general overview of this problem as well as the main classes of methods will be presented. Then, and in the field of remote sensing, unsupervised unmixing methods, which are related to the BSS problem, will be considered.