Remote Sensing Software Applications - Products Overview
ReSe Applications Schlaepfer provide a variaty of dedicated remote sensing software applications that pre-process hyperspectral imaging data from airborne, and satellite imaging scanners. The software is opimized for finalization using 3rd-party remote-sensing software such as IDL, and ENVI.
Direct parametric geocoding and orthorectification of airborne imaging scanners with special focus on imaging spectroscopy. Please visit the detailed PARGE®; description or take a look at the PARGE data sheet for more information.
Inversion of Modtran5® for the most complete topographic and atmospheric radiometric compensation of airborne imaging spectroscopy and other optical scanner imagery. Versions (see also ATCOR2/3/4 data sheet):
- ATCOR2/3: atmospheric correction for satellite imagery (flat & rugged terrain)
- ATCOR4: atmospheric correction for wide FOV airborne imagery (flat & rugged terrain)
Simulation of the spectral radiance in the atmosphere using embedded Modtran®-4 or Modtran®-5 radiative transfer technology. The MODO software installer is available through our download area. See also our MODO data sheets for MODO-5 or for MODO-4 for a brief information.
'Get a look at imagery for professionals and students'. GLIMPS is a completely free software suited for fast image viewing and for educational purposes. Includes the Trafo image transformer for PARGE outputs.
Supported Remote Sensing Systems
For more information on the integration of our remote sensing software applications, as well as for a list of supportet sensors, please refer to the product specific pages:
- ATCOR2/3 supported satellite systems
- ATCOR4 database configuration and sensors compatibility
- PARGE supported sensors and compatibility
All software is based on IDL (Exelis VIS Inc.) technology and is compatible to Windows, Linux, Unix, and Mac OSX through the free IDL Virtual Machine. MODO and all ATCOR® programs are using Modtran® technology licensed from the United States of America, as represented by the United States Air Force, under U.S. Patent Nos. 5,884,226, 7,433,806 and 7,593,835 B2.