Remote Sensing
Remote Sensing

Remote sensing refers to acquiring information from a distance through satellite- or aircraft-based sensor technologies to detect and classify objects on the earth - know soil composition, classify vegetation types and calculate indices like evaporation and biomass, and map the consequences of human action, like urbanisation or the use of pesticides. Geographic imaging professionals need to process vast amounts of geospatial data every day — often relying on software designed for other purposes and add-on applications that create almost as many problems as they solve. It it possible to save both time and money, leverage existing data investments, and improve your image analysis capabilities, with our product offerings. 


ERDAS IMAGINE provides true value, consolidating remote sensing, photogrammetry, LiDAR analysis, basic vector analysis, and radar processing into a single product.

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Collect, process, analyze, and understand raw geospatial data so you can ultimately deliver usable information through multiple add-ons that make ERDAS IMAGINE even more powerful.