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8 Reasons to Invest in Hyperspectral Imaging

It's no secret that high-quality data helps to solve difficult problems. Buying a hyperspectral imaging system enables the collection of hundreds of spectral bands in order to better ...

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Headwall Online Interview for GISCafe

Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, Headwall continues to support and sell to customers deemed essential. See an online interview of David Blair, Director of Strategic Programs, by GISCafe's ...

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Happy Anniversary Claire!

"Claire" is the nickname of a mini-satellite officially named GHGSat-D that launched in June of 2016 and shortly thereafter began delivering images using its Headwall hyperspectral SWIR ...

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Headwall a hit at IGARSS where Japan's Emperor & Empress Attend Opening Ceremony in Yokohama

Japan's Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako attended the opening ceremony of the IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS) 2019 held at the Pacifico Yokohama ...

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100 Earth-Shattering Remote Sensing Applications

Remote sensing as a technique is finding more and more acceptance beyond early military and agricultural applications. Take a look at this intriguing list published in GISGeography. We can ...

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Headwall Remote Sensing Capabilities Seen “Down Under”

This past week, Headwall remote sensing team finished a productive week Down Under at the International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS) in Melbourne, Australia.  The ...

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Remote Sensing: All Eyes on Munich

The IEEE is an esteemed organization with top-notch events held worldwide. These events draw experts from across industry, government and education.

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Satellite Hyperspectral Sensing Boosts Environmental Research

Last week, I participated in the bi-annual Earth Observation Business Network 2012 (EOBN) conference, a small group of industry leaders brought together in Vancouver, British Columbia and ...

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