March 7-9, 2017
Class Hours: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Discover the power of the spectral analysis tools that make ENVI the industry leader in hyperspectral imagery exploitation. Hyperspectral data analysis allows the identification of materials on the Earth’s surface due to the detailed sampling of the electromagnetic spectrum by hyperspectral sensors. This intensive three-day course focuses first on understanding the theory behind hyperspectral imaging, and then challenges the student to apply the theory with ENVI’s advanced analysis and mapping algorithms. Topics covered include image classification, principal components analysis, Minimum Noise Fraction, spectral libraries, spectral signatures, whole-pixel and sub-pixel analysis, and ENVI’s powerful endmember extraction algorithms. You will use data from several of the most widely used sensors, including AVIRIS, AISA, and HyMap.
Prerequisites: A basic level of remote sensing knowledge is necessary to take advantage of what this course has to offer. This is an advanced ENVI class; a working knowledge of ENVI is desirable.
Please note that this is an in person class being held in Broomfield, CO.
Important Documents and Information:
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Registration Fee: $1,650.00 USD
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