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Spectral information system development for Australia

Andreas Hueni, Laurie Chisholm, Lola Suarez, Cindy Ong, Matthew Wyatt
2012
The development of a national spectral information system will not only ensure the long-term storage of data but support scientists in data analysis activities, essentially leading to improved repeatability  ...  The development of a national spectral information system will not only ensure the long-term storage of data but support scientists in data analysis activities, essentially leading to improved repeatability  ...  Conclusions As outlined, the development of a national spectral information system for the Australian remote sensing community, aims to standardize spectral storage parameters and metadata, thus promoting  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-86627 fatcat:fa6276g7jvgchoczxfib5f2tii

Geodatabase development to support hyperspectral imagery exploitation

Robert A. Fusina, John C. Fry, C. Reid Nichols, Charles M. Bachmann, Rong-Rong Li, Jon Sellars, Chris Parrish, Marcos J. Montes, Carl Gross, Stephen A. White, Krista Lee, Christopher A. Jones
2010 2010 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium  
This paper highlights geodatabase development for recent remote sensing experiments in barrier island, coral, and mangrove coast types.  ...  Geodatabase development for coastal studies conducted by the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) is essential to support the exploitation of hyperspectral imagery (HSI).  ...  Data used for atmospheric correction, calibration, and validation of imagery (ascii text) forms the basis for a hierarchical coastal classification system.  ... 
doi:10.1109/igarss.2010.5654182 dblp:conf/igarss/FusinaFNBLSPMGWLJ10 fatcat:7fsubxcslncnzpi57a7fmjiw5e

Mineral Mapping for Exploration: An Australian Journey of Evolving Spectral Sensing Technologies and Industry Collaboration

Thomas Cudahy
2016 Geosciences  
CSIRO's development/evaluation of these new sensors/data has often focused on two fundamental exploration challenges for the resource industry in Australia, namely: (i) can the nature of the regolith [  ...  As part of this vision, CSIRO has been developing improved sensor/data calibration processes and information extraction methods that for example, unmix the target mineralogy from green and dry vegetation  ...  These include from: (i) CSIRO-John Creasey, Peter Wilson, Jon Huntington, Andy Green, Andy Gabell To all of you thanks for making the journey all the more enjoyable and worthwhile.  ... 
doi:10.3390/geosciences6040052 fatcat:trpyqi4ns5bnnhtafqnfydcu6e

1. The LYMAN Project

1988 Publications Astronomical Society of Australia  
The importance of both the UV-spectral region as a cornerstone of astronomical research, and of an observatory mode of operation is apparent when it is noted that observations from the IUE satellite are  ...  Such a Centre would: 0 Give Australia skills in both operations and commanding of spacecraft. ° Encourage local development of image processing and information technology. ° Furnish a base for reception  ...  For Australia, the scientific benefits of participation will be immense, since they will assure for the country a major role in the development of space-based astronomy.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1323358000022372 fatcat:khwwires5nhxffm64ikze4hgta

Utilizing faecal near infrared spectroscopy to improve nutritional management of grazing cattle in the tropics of northern Australia

Rob Dixon, David Coates, Desiree Jackson
2010 Advances in Animal Biosciences  
Despite digestion in the gastrointestinal tract much of the spectral information of forages can also be measured in faeces.  ...  Calibration equations were developed using the chemometrics commonly used for NIRS analysis of forages (partial least squares models were developed from spectral data following derivative transformations  ...  Acknowledgements The authors gratefully acknowledge financial support from Meat and Livestock Australia.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s2040470010000579 fatcat:fysa2a42hbb73exei7xh2sccqi

Evolution and application of digital technologies to predict crop type and crop phenology in agriculture

A B Potgieter, Yan Zhao, Pablo J Zarco-Tejada, Karine Chenu, Yifan Zhang, Kenton Porker, Ben Biddulph, Yash P Dang, Tim Neale, Fred Roosta, Scott Chapman
2021 in silico Plants  
Here, we review the current state of digital technologies and their application in broad acre cropping systems globally and in Australia.  ...  An integrated solution is proposed to allow accurate development, validation and scalability of predictive tools for crop phenology mapping at within-field scales, across extensive cropping areas.  ...  The rich spectral information captured from recently developed UAV-borne hyperspectral sensors is an attractive option for detecting crop species. Wei et al.  ... 
doi:10.1093/insilicoplants/diab017 fatcat:h274vgwhmvdwbgublnbim4ob6q

Progress in Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Science and Technology in China Over the Past Three Decades

Qingxi Tong, Yongqi Xue, Lifu Zhang
2014 IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing  
These tools such as the Hyperspectral Image Processing and Analysis System (HIPAS) incorporate a number of special algorithms and features designed to take advantage of the wealth of information contained  ...  To promote the development of HRS, many generic and professional software tools have been developed.  ...  Such data provide detailed structural and spectral information, which make them more suitable for information extraction.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jstars.2013.2267204 fatcat:yu4pp5zyqzhafa4ec7m3vva7xi

OPERATIONAL OBSERVATION OF AUSTRALIAN BIOREGIONS WITH BANDS 8–19 OF MODIS

B. K. McAtee, M. Gray, M. Broomhall, M. Lynch, P. Fearns
2012 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
Data from bands 1-7 are the most common bands of the MODIS instrument used for near-real time terrestrial earth observation operations in Australia.  ...  Bioregion-focused applications such as those mentioned above have driven the development of automated processing, infrastructure for the atmospheric and BRDF correction of the first 19 bands of MODIS rather  ...  International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Volume XXXIX-B8, 2012 XXII ISPRS Congress, 25 August -01 September 2012, Melbourne, Australia  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-xxxix-b8-487-2012 fatcat:wc6sndqwzjftlndiu22frjlwl4

Remote Sensing Technology for Rangeland Management Applications

Paul T. Tueller
1989 Journal of range management  
and the use of newly develop ing high resolution systems.  ...  Remote sensing, along with Geographic Information Systems (GIS), can provide a fresh approach to the "se, development, and management of rangelands throughout the world.  ...  ) instrument, has been designed as a successive step in the process of developing systems for high spectral resolution remote sensing of the Earth.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3899227 fatcat:2qmnny2qxfh3vc4nkr2qtegcpe

Page 154 of Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology Vol. 19, Issue 3 [page]

1987 Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology  
These include the use of covariance techniques on satellite multi-spectral and the efficient use of quadtrees and images techniques for spatial information extraction.  ...  INTRODUCTION There has been much recent interest in the establishment of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), especially in countries such as Canada and Australia which are resource rich and sparsely  ... 

Detection of kimberlitic rocks in West Greenland using airborne hyperspectral data: the HyperGreen 2002 project

Tapani Tukiainen, Leif Thorning
2005 Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland Bulletin  
High-resolution hyperspectral (HS) remote sensing data have been successfully used for the location of kimberlitic rocks, e.g. in Australia and Africa.  ...  However, its potential as a viable method for the mapping of kimberlite occurrences in Arctic glaciated terrain with high relief was previously unknown.  ...  The photogrammetric laboratory at GEUS produced a detailed digital elevation model which was used as terrain information for the ATCOR-4 system.  ... 
doi:10.34194/geusb.v7.4845 fatcat:sryayywuxvg5dis5m6ia2sjgai

Object-based classification of multi-sensor optical imagery to generate terrain surface roughness information for input to wind risk simulation

Alan Forghani, Bob Cechet, Krishna Nadimpalli
2007 2007 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium  
Geoscience Australia is conducting a series of national risk assessments for a range of natural hazards such as severe winds.  ...  Landsat imagery was employed to generate a terrain surface roughness product for six major metropolitan areas across Australia.  ...  Craig Smith of ACRES and Dr Jane Saxton of Risk Research Group at Geoscience Australia for constructive review of the manuscript is gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1109/igarss.2007.4423498 dblp:conf/igarss/ForghaniCN07 fatcat:2neeek3zxbcmroixed4sjkbejy

Mission Planning and System Design for HISA: A Hyperspectral Imaging Satellite for Australia

Eugene KIM, Xiaofeng WU, Warwick HOLMES
2018 TRANSACTIONS OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY FOR AERONAUTICAL AND SPACE SCIENCES AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY JAPAN  
Acknowledgments The Author would like the acknowledge members of the HISA development team for their contributions to the project. A special mention to Jalal Elwazze for developing the CAD model.  ...  The author would also like to thank Nina and Sara for their support and guidance.  ...  It also aims to increase space activity and development within Australia. The design improves upon previous hyperspectral missions by optimising the system for maximum data utility and throughput.  ... 
doi:10.2322/tastj.16.535 fatcat:tch42iekibaynma43w7hct5p7a

Page 74 of Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology Vol. 11, Issue 2 [page]

1979 Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology  
Data tapes have been ordered for mass spectral data (for some 30000 compounds) and X-ray powder diffraction data (over 25,000 numerical patterns of crystalline materials) and systems for interrogating  ...  The Australian Academy of Science has appointed a National Committee for CODATA* with similar objectives in Australia.  ... 

TREE SPECIES CLASSIFICATION BASED ON 3D SPECTRAL POINT CLOUDS AND ORTHOMOSAICS ACQUIRED BY SNAPSHOT HYPERSPECTRAL UAS SENSOR

C. Iseli, A. Lucieer
2019 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
</strong> In recent years, there has been a growing number of small hyperspectral sensors suitable for deployment on unmanned aerial systems (UAS.  ...  This process provides a novel data type which contains both 3D, geometric structure and detailed spectral information in a single format.  ...  This also extends to Brad Potts, Peter Harrison and Mark Hunt for making this collaboration possible. Greening Australia is acknowledged for providing access to the restoration trial.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-archives-xlii-2-w13-379-2019 fatcat:7mxay7icfvf2dfkky3qptlf3sm
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