GRASS and hyperspectral data
neteler at geog.uni-hannover.de
Wed Jun 7 06:57:55 EDT 2000
I have written an "Spectral Unmixing" GRASS module. It
is not released yet.
Find some more details at:
I am continuing to update it to hyperspectral analysis.
On Wed, Jun 07, 2000 at 09:02:41AM -0400, Henk Coetzee wrote:
> Has anyone used GRASS for the analysis of hyperspectral data.
> We are busy developing an airborne line-scanner, which is flown together
> with a gamma-ray spectrometer, a magnetometer and in the future with an
> electromagnetic system (look under airborne geophysics on
> http://www.geoscience.org.za/geophys/index.htm ), all mounted in a
> microlight. So far the results are extremely promising, but we are still
> choosing software for the development of analysis methods. we will
> eventually record about 128 bands, with wavelengths from around
> 200-2000nm (we hope to get a new sensor some time to look into the
> In addition, we are recording gamma-rays between 100 and 6000keV in 512
> channels, so some sort of hyperspectral facility would be useful.
> This kind of facility will also be useful for future satellites.
Dipl.-Geogr. Markus Neteler * University of Hannover
Institute of Physical Geography and Landscape Ecology
Schneiderberg 50 * D-30167 Hannover * Germany
Tel: ++49-(0)511-762-4494 Fax: -3984
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