ReSe Applications Schläpfer provides scientific pre-processing software for remote sensing images.

MODO - Examples and Results

 
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The first description of the MODO software was published in:

Schläpfer D., 2001: MODO: An Interface to Modtran® for the Simulation of Imaging Spectrometry At-Sensor Signals. Summ. 10th Ann. JPL Airborne Earth Science WorkshopProc. JPL, Pasadena, USA, pp 8.

and a further update is found in:

Schläpfer D. and Nieke J., 2005: "Operational Simulation of at Sensor Radiance Sensitivity using the MODO/Modtran® Environment." In Proc. 4th EARSeL Workshop on Imaging Spectroscopy, B. Zagojiewski (Editor), Earsel, Warsaw, pp. 8.

MODO version 5 has first been described in:

Schläpfer and Richter, 2010: "Advances in Remote Sensing Data Processing Using the Modtran®5-Enhanced MODO and ATCOR Software." Presented at IEEE 32nd Review of Atmospheric Transmission Models Meeting, Boston MA (2010) pp. 27..

Credits

The original MODO software application was implemented by Daniel Schläpfer with the support of the Remote Sensing Laboratories of the University of Zurich.

The MODTRAN® trademark is being used with the express permission of the owner, the United States of America, as represented by the United States Air Force. For use outside of the US, the trademark is being used with the express permission of the owner, Spectral Sciences, Inc.