March 2000
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Analytical Imaging and Geophysics (AIG), Boulder, Colorado, and HyVista Corporation, Sydney, Australia, announce the commercial availability of high accuracy, calibrated hyperspectral data. Data acquired using the "HyMap" sensor, an advanced 126 band commercial hyperspectral scanner are now available for purchase through AIG's web site (www.aigllc.com)  AIG/HyVista organized a North American airborne campaign during 1999 that resulted in acquisition of over 200Gb of hyperspectral data. Preview images are now available on-line and full-resolution, apparent-reflectance 126 band data can be ordered. For additional information, visit the AIG web site, http://www.aigllc.com, or contact AIG at:

Analytical Imaging and Geophysics
4450 Arapahoe Ave, Suite 100
Boulder, Colorado, USA 80303
Phone: 303-926-8284
FAX: 303-665-6090
Email: hymap@aigllc.com
Web: http://www.aigllc.com

AIG/HyVista are also organizing North American hyperspectral airborne campaigns during April-May, and August-September, 2000. AIG invites anyone with an interest in this technology to participate in a commercial "Data Buy" using the HyMap scanner. For more information about this HyMap Data Buy opportunity, contact Dr. Fred Kruse (kruse@aigllc.com or 303-499-9471).
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Analytical Imaging and Geophysics (AIG), a Boulder, Colorado company specializing in analysis of advanced remote sensing data announces their selection for participation in the NASA Earth Observing-1 (EO-1) program.  AIG was one of only two commercial companies selected in a highly competitive process.  Dr. Fred A. Kruse, Senior Scientist and Dr Joseph W. Boardman, Chief Geophysicist were chosen as members of the E0-1 Science Validation Team.  AIG, the market leader in advanced algorithm development and pipeline processing of hyperspectral data, will assist NASA with validation of data from the EO-1 Hyperion sensor.  Two AIG research projects; “Evaluation and Geologic Validation of EO-1 Hyperion”, and “Validation and Application of Hyperion Imaging Spectrometry Data via Ecological Applications in Yellowstone National Park” were selected.  EO-1 is the first satellite in NASA's New Millennium Program Earth Observing series.  The EO missions will develop and validate instruments and technologies for space-based Earth observations with unique spatial, spectral and temporal characteristics not previously available.  Hyperion, one of three instruments on board EO-1, is a 220-band imaging spectrometer (hyperspectral sensor) that will allow spectral identification of Earth-surface materials.  The EO-1 satellite is currently slated for a July 2000 launch.  Dr. Boardman, addressing the importance of AIG’s efforts in hyperspectral research and NASA programs commented “We see this as an affirmation of AIG’s pivotal role in bringing hyperspectral technology into the commercial marketplace.  Our efforts will continue to emphasize the strong link between science, technology, and practical applications.”  For additional information, contact Analytical Imaging and Geophysics, 303-604-2844, Email: eo-1@aigllc.com, URL:  http://www.aigllc.com.
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October 1999
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Analytical Imaging and Geophysics (AIG) in cooperation with HyVista Corporation, Sydney, Australia, organized a North American airborne campaign, using "HyMap", an advanced 126 band commercial hyperspectral scanner developed by Integrated Spectronics. HyMap data acquisition took place in the United States between 3 September and 11 October 1999 (See a summary paper here).  We invite anyone with an interest in this technology to examine data from the group shoot.  Further information regarding data available for purchase is available here, or please indicate your interest by contacting AIG at the address below for additional information.

Analytical Imaging and Geophysics, Attn: Dr. Fred A. Kruse
4450 Arapahoe Ave, Suite 100
Boulder, Colorado, USA 80303
Phone: 303-499-9471
FAX: 303-665-6090
Email: kruse@aigllc.com
Web: http://www.aigllc.com

 

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