Transform your raw SAR data with ENVI SARscape
Turn your Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data into meaningful, contextual information, and generate two or three-dimensional products of the earth’s surface.
SAR data can be used to analyse an area of interest during the day or night, regardless of weather conditions, and can also help you detect change and study the topography of a specific area.
SARscape features a range of processing tools to transform your raw SAR data into single or time-series images for further analysis. This allows you to extract features of interest from your data, such as buildings, or examine crop growth during a season.
Carried out in three stages, SARscape's image analysis capabilities allow you to classify images, extract features, and from that data generate a coherence map to examine change of over time.
DEM and displacement maps
Highly accurate digital elevation models (DEMs) can be generated using SARscape’s interferometric module. The ability to detect terrain displacement is also unique to SAR technology.
SAR polarimetric interferometry
This capability features a robust set of tools allowing you to work with virtually all commercially available polarimetric data. Suitable for applications such as polarimetric classification, and to generate coherence maps.