[GRASS-user] i.atcorr (6S): implementing new airborne hyperspectral sensor

stu112827 at mail.uni-kiel.de stu112827 at mail.uni-kiel.de
Wed Jul 15 00:01:50 PDT 2015

Hello dear GRASS Users,

I would like to carry out an atmospheric correction of some AISA Eagle data with 6S. It's a hyperspectral, airborne sensor. There are 60 bands in the range from 405 to 951 nm (about a 9,2 nm - step).

So my question(s)... Is it possible to implement a new hyperspectral, airborne sensors in i.atcorr? I know there is already a hyperspectral satellite sensor included.

If it is possible, how much time will be roughly consumed to undertake this task? Days, weeks or months?

Furthermore, I've already read the i.atcorr README to "add new band filters" (http://trac.osgeo.org/grass/browser/grass/trunk/imagery/i.atcorr/README), but I'm an absolute beginner, so unfortunately I wasn't able to  figure out how to create the needed filter function.

Can somebody point me in the right direction please?

Thanks for your effords!

Alexander K.
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