From raw data to valuable, useful information

With a wide set of applications and (web)services, we make sure remote sensing data are delivered as valuable, useful information in exactly the way you need them.

  • Image quality
    Convert digital numbers to physical values and correct incoming imagery from all kinds of defects or anomalies.
     
  • Image analysis
    Extract information from the imagery with segmentation techniques, object detection, pixel/object labeling and physical/empirical modeling.
     
  • Change detection and time series analysis
    Monitor the dynamics of your physical environment.
     
  • Data fusion
    Combine data of multiple satellite missions to realize information without data gaps.
     
  • Web services
    Easily access your data and integrate our web services into your own software systems.

Data Products & Services in Remote sensing for digital signal and image processing

Web service technology allows you to integrate remote sensing data or derived information into your own software systems.

Assembling an image time series is a challenging task. Clouds, haze and shadows frequently obscure the observed objects.

Image Processing

Change detection and time series analysis (TSA) is probably the most popular remote sensing application. It is essential for all kind of intelligence, reconnaissance and security applications.

Image analysis encompasses the science and the algorithmic toolset needed to extract information from the imagery. This toolset is  extensive:

Image quality encompasses the science and the algorithmic toolset needed to convert pixel digital numbers to physical values and to correct incoming imagery from all kinds of defects or anomalies.

Technology and Applications Used

  • Water and coastal management
  • Remote sensing in agriculture
  • Empowering infrastructure management
  • Vegetation

The effects of pollution, erosion and climate change on coastal areas are closely gauged and monitored. The related water management, flood risk assessment and different aspects of coastal management rely on measurements and modelling practices that are often faced with complicated accessibility issues.

Achieving global food security has been high on the political agenda for years. It was included in the first of eight UN Millennium Development Goals “to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger”.
This requires global, independent, timely and qualitative information and monitoring.

Roads, bridges, tunnels, waterways, ditch systems, dikes, sluices, coastal dunes, sewer systems, buildings, power lines, wind turbines, PV installations… In order to keep the engine of economic activities running smoothly, maintenance is critical.
Infrastructure maintenance requires recurrent inspection. Remote sensing is ideal for this task without stopping traffic.

How much pressure does our planet endure and how can we minimize it? Land is an essential natural resource - for humanity and all terrestrial ecosystems. But while resources are strictly finite, human demands are not. Today, this leads to events such as deforestation, drought and the loss of wildlife . Both public and private organizations play a crucial role in the preservation of our ecosystems, where understanding is the first step.