Automated Processing of High Resolution Satellite Imagery for Feature Extraction and Mapping of Urban Areas

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Automated Processing of High Resolution Satellite Imagery for Feature Extraction and Mapping of Urban Areas

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Title: Automated Processing of High Resolution Satellite Imagery for Feature Extraction and Mapping of Urban Areas
Author: Shackelford, Aaron K., 1977-; Davis, Curt H.
Keywords: high spatial resolution
high-resolution satellite imagery
commercial satellites
spectral information
Date: 2005-01
Publisher: EOM Earth Observation Magazine
Citation: EOM Earth Observation Magazine, 14.1 (2005)
Abstract: High-resolution satellite imagery became commercially available in late 1999 with the launch of Space Imaging's IKONOS satellite. In subsequent years, several other high-resolution commercial satellites were launched (DigitalGlobe's QuickBird and ORBIMAGE's OrbView-3). The spatial resolution and spectral information provided by these sensors make them well-suited for urban area applications. The high spatial resolution (0.6-1m) allows the delineation of fine-scale features in the urban environment, such as individual roads and buildings.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/2352

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