Capella Space’s commercial SAR technology offers many advantages that traditional earth observation sensors cannot provide.
LiDAR data can be collected with a wide variety of point densities depending on the needs of the project. Modern LiDAR sensors are capable of acquiring LiDAR data with a higher density than previously available and can do so at higher altitudes and with less overlap. A LiDAR product with 1 point per square meter (ppsm) is sufficient for many applications such as flood mapping in many areas. Higher point densities (4-8 ppsm) allow for greater utilization of the data for mapping planimetric features such as roads and structures as well as for vegetation analysis such as biomass and canopy studies. Specialized LiDAR at very high densities > 20 ppsm are often used for mapping infrastructure in greater detail such as power lines, pipelines, and for Department of Transportation (DOT) significant features such as mile posts and signs.
Hyperspectral remote sensing, also known as imaging spectroscopy, is currently being investigated by researchers and scientists with regard to the detection and identification of minerals, terrestial vegetation, and man-made materials and backgrounds.
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