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RS-5400 field spectroradiometer for remote sensing SR-8800 field spectroradiometer - control with iPhone, Android device or tablet All Spectral Evolution spectrometers are made in the USA...

Remote Sensing of the Mine Environment

Her research interests include include geographic information systems and remote sensing, surface mining, mining machine health and longevity, dragline simulation and modeling, virtual prototyping, kinematics and dynamics of excavators...

Mining Drought from Remote Sensing Images

An approach, using image mining techniques to monitor drought from remote sensing images, has been developed and implemented It aimed at mon- itoring drought as a vague phenomenon as characterized by the severity and duration of vegetation stress...

Aurea Imaging Advanced Remote Sensing ,

On the other hand, remote-sensing techniques can provide digital elevation models over larger areas in open-pit mines, avoiding the work-intensive field measurements Aurea Imaging produces digital elevation models extracted from imagery from UAV platforms and satellites as well as field measurements with GPS and total-station...

Remote sensing

Remote sensing is the acquisition of information about an object or phenomenon without making physical contact with the object and thus in contrast to on-site observation, especially the Earth Remote sensing is used in numerous fields, including geography, ....

REMOTE SENSING MONITORING OF OPEN

University of Mining and Metallurgy Cracow, Poland ISPRS Commission V ABSTRACT: A number of remote sensing techniques such as color, panchromatic, near-infrared and multispectral photography as weIl as thermal infrared and video recording have been successfully tested in the lignite open-cast mine...

The Importance of Remote Sensing: An ,

Insights from Industry: David McLelland, appointed Director of Auracle Geospatial Science Inc, discusses the environmental and cost benefits of remote sensing in the mining industry and how it has progressed over time...

Remote sensing for mineral exploration

Remote sensing is the science of acquiring, processing, and interpreting images and related data, acquired from aircraft and satellites, that record the interaction between matter and electromagnetic energy (Sabins, 1997, p 1) This report reviews the use of remote sensing for mineral exploration...

Remote Sensing Applications

Headwall produces spectral imaging solutions for remote sensing applications such as crop disease detection, infrastructure inspection, environmental monitoring, and minerals and mining Products include hyperspectral imagers, chlorophyll fluorescence imagers, and complete UAV airborne solutions...

Remote Sensing

Spectral Evolution spectroradiometers are used for a range of remote sensing applications including ground truthing, vegetation analysis, soil analysis, environmental research and more...

Satellite Remote Sensing in the Mining Sector

The use of remote sensing to measure and monitor evaporation is a relatively new scientific field worldwide and has mostly been applied to agricultural applications Very little to no applications have been done in the mining sector...

Terra Remote Sensing

Terra Remote Sensing is an innovative remote sensing company specializing in the acquisition, analysis and presentation of spatial data As a employee-owned remote sensing company, our shareholders are the technical and professional staff running day-to-day operations...