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Title

SAIDIN: A tool to access, visualize and distribute satellite data

AuthorsChic, Óscar ; Olivella, Roger ; García-Ladona, Emilio
Issue DateApr-2010
PublisherCompass Publications
CitationSea Thecnology 51(4): 56-58 (2010)
AbstractTechnology offers easy-to-use satellite data, allowing manipulation and enhancement of the images. There are basically two sorts of remote sensing data users. One kind is mainly interested in doing qualitative studies, so it is enough for them to be able to browse images from data repositories and download the imagery. A high-resolution picture transmission (HRPT) receiving station has been operational at the Institut de Ciències del Mar since 2001, allowing users to acquire data from several satellites. The system is composed of a receiving subsystem, a computer subsystem of control and data archiving, and a processing and publishing subsystem. The receiving subsystem consists of a 2.4-meter-diameter antenna, a universal receiver for polar satellites and a tracking antenna system. Maps of average temperatures are obtained using the maximum pixel value algorithm, and visible and near-infrared raw radiance counts are collected and converted to geophysical parameters
Description3 pages
Publisher version (URL)https://www.sea-technology.com/annualindex/annual_index_2010.html
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/80237
Identifiersissn: 0093-3651
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