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Scene Sharp Technologies Introduces Fuze Go MS Sharp 2.1

November 13, 2014  - By 0 Comments

Scene Sharp Technologies Inc. has launched Fuze Go MS Sharp Release 2.1, which can pansharpen up to 30 bands of satellite image data consistently and accurately without losing information, according to the company.

The multi-band, lossless pansharpening product makes Fuze Go MS Sharp the software of choice for processing advanced visible and non-visible image data from WorldView-2 and WorldView-3 satellites, the company said. A 15-day trial is available.

Fuze Go MS Sharp 2.1 was developed in response to extensive customer input regarding technical features as well as the functional experience for the user. It automates the image fusion process by adjusting to sensor and seasonal variations in each individual satellite image data set. This eliminates manual labor or the need to switch algorithms to find one that works for a given data set. The result is a faster workflow process that reduces production costs and provides more critical information for decision making.

Release 2.1 is a universal image processing tool in the sense that input files can include the most common data formats, such as TIFF (.tif), Erdas Imagine (.img) or ENVI (.hdr) (.dat). Output files can be converted to one of these alternate formats easily allowing the technologist to move between image-processing workflow systems.

The new MS Sharp release is available as an annual subscription for a single computer license or as a three- or six-person floating system license. Batch processing and integration into value added products are custom options that are also available. MS Sharp is available as a plug-in for ENVI 5.0, 5.1 and 5.2, or as a stand-alone product.

“Fuze Go MS Sharp Release 2.1 is ideal for organizations that have satellite image data and need software to automate their workflow,” said Ian Lucas, Scene Sharp Technologies CEO. “The ability to process any number of bands means adding more information for analytics so you can get more value out of the image data you are purchasing.”

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Tracy Cozzens

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Senior Editor Tracy Cozzens joined GPS World magazine in 2006. She also is editor of GPS World’s newsletters and the sister website Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.

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