With more than 20 new radar satellites due for launch in the next few years, if your team doesn’t know how to handle radar imagery, you are about to find yourself seriously behind the curve.
Contact us today to discuss how we can build your team's capacity in radar remote sensing.
With expertise in both research and commercial application of satellite radar, Carbomap is ideally placed to provide you with robust, high quality training in the theory and hands-on processing of synthetic aperture radar (SAR).
And we focus on ensuring that you are able to take the next steps yourself, without any expensive follow-on consulting or proprietary software. We do this by building our training around freely available SAR data (Sentinel-1) and freely available software (SNAP, from ESA).
Our training always ensures that participants learn how to:
Choose the right kind of data (do you know your SLC from your GRD?)
Ensure that the imagery is correctly processed (is it terrain corrected, or terrain flattened?)
Understand and interpret SAR imagery (is that a ship or an iceberg?)
Our lead trainer is Professor Woodhouse who has delivered radar training around the world, including Greece, Spain, Poland, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malawi, Zambia, and Barbados, for clients such as The World Bank, The Caribbean Development Bank, USAID, and the European Space Agency.