[SatNews] “…began using the software to process commercial imagery products in 2013 and was so impressed with the MS Sharp pansharpening algorithm that it became a software distributor.”
“Engesat is a major source of satellite imagery products in Brazil,” said Kevin Marasch, Client Distribution Manager of Scene Sharp USA. “Engesat began using the Fuze Go software to process commercial imagery products in 2013 and was so impressed with the MS Sharp pansharpening algorithm that it became a software distributor.”
Engesat sells imagery from nearly every commercial Earth observation satellite, including Pleiades, GeoEye, TH-1, WorldView, SPOT, KOMPSAT, TerraSAR-X, DEIMOS, ALOS and many others. A large portion of Engesat’s business involves performing processing enhancements to the imagery, such as geometric correction, pansharpening, orthorectification, and elevation extraction. The company’s clientele primarily includes private organizations involved in environmental, agricultural, mining, watershed and other resource applications
“Fuze Go MS Sharp yields higher quality pansharpening results than any other image processing software package that we have tried,” said Laurent Martin, Engesat Director. “Fuze Go is highly automated, and we use the optional Batch Processing upgrade to pansharpen thousands of square kilometers of image data overnight during commercial production operations.”
Fuze Go™ is a fully automated technology that enables users to quickly and easily fuse digital image data sets without losing any of the spectral information content. Fuze Go MS Sharp software fuses high-resolution panchromatic image data with lower-resolution multispectral data to generate a high-resolution color image. And Fuze Go SAR Sharp fuses gray-scale radar data with optical multispectral bands to colorize the SAR data set.
“Fuze Go MS Sharp is the only lossless pansharpening algorithm available today,” said Scene Sharp’s Marasch. “The Fuze Go technology was developed for users of remote sensing imagery who can’t afford to lose valuable spectral information content from pixels during pansharpening.”
Greater information content in multispectral image data allows end users to make better informed decisions. In addition, Fuze Go MS Sharp is the only fusion software capable of simultaneously merging up to 30 bands of multispectral data with a panchromatic image, making it the ideal fusion package for users of the recently launched Digital Globe WorldView-3 satellite.
“We see the Fuze Go products as excellent complements to full-feature image processing suites,” said Engesat’s Martin. “But Fuze Go is also a cost-effective stand-alone solution for geospatial users whose applications require only pansharpening and data fusion.”
Fuze Go MS Sharp and SAR Sharp join other geospatial software packages distributed by Engesat, including solutions from LizardTech, AVENZA, Golden Software and Blue Marble.
Engesat was signed as a Fuze Go distributor by PraEis Ltd., the Master Global Distributor for the Fuze Go image fusion software line. A geospatially focused technology transfer organization, PraEis represents Scene Sharp USA, manages global distribution of Fuze Go MS Sharp and Fuze Go SAR Sharp software packages and is building a worldwide network of Fuze Go distributors. The software can be tested for 15 days at no charge, learn more at www.fuzego.com.
PraEis Ltd. represents Scene Sharp USA as the authorized Master Global Distributor of Scene Sharp Technologies Incorporated. PraEis Ltd. is a geospatially focused technology transfer organization with offices in Ohio and New Hampshire USA. For more information, visit www.fuzego.com and www.praeis.com.
Scene Sharp is a software developer of digital image fusion software that adds color to non-colorized imagery. Adding color increases context and understanding of imagery so better information is available for critical decisions. For more information, visit www.scenesharp.com.
Scene Sharp and Fuze Go are trademarks of Scene Sharp Technologies Inc.