New SPOT stereo and multispectral data granted

New SPOT stereo and multispectral data granted

July 5, 2016

Via an official proposal submitted to the ESA,  multispectral and stereo panchromatic SPOT 6/7 and Pleiades scenes were achieved over a portion of dry deciduous western Hymalayan region of India. The data delivery include three  multispectral  SPOT 6, two multispectral SPOT 7, two multispectral Pleiades, two stereo panchromatic SPOT 6 and one stereo panchromatic SPOT 7 scenes. The total value of the granted scenes amounts to ca. 3100 EUR.

Stereo Pair Images and Multi-temporal multi spectral data of SPOT 6/7 (1.5 m spatial resolution)

Stereo Pair Images and Multi-temporal multi spectral data of SPOT 6/7 (1.5 m spatial resolution)

The data has been granted and is currently being aplied under the project running title “Object Based approaches for remote sensing-assisted assessment of forest biodiversity focusing on plant species diversity and forest structural parameters”. The project serves as a part of the PhD work of Siddhartha Khare (Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee) supervised by Prof. S.K. Ghosh and Dr. Hooman Latifi from University of Würzburg.

 

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