SAR captures imagery in all-weather, day or night, and from any altitude by exploiting the advantages of radio waves.
SAR is an all-weather, day or night, imaging system used to generate high-resolution imagery of the ground from an aerial platform.
CCD processes two SAR images of the same scene taken at different times to create a new image highlighting the differences.
MTI identifies and tracks moving targets by sending out radar pulses and analyzing the Doppler shift of the returned signals.
EO imagery is capable of capturing extremely high-resolution photographic stills from high altitudes.
IR is capable of detecting infrared radiation and compiling the information into a map of high-resolution thermal detects.
Geospatial mapping uses electro-optical imaging to take orthorectified, photographic imagery and stitches it to form a map.
Every year, technology continues to shrink in size yet grow in capability. World-class imaging radar technology is no different. While being the smallest of its kind, IMSAR systems pack some very powerful capabilities.
QUAD-POL is SAR imagery using varying polarizations which enable targets to be classified more accurately.
IFSAR transmits and receives signals from multiple antennas to precisely triangulate differences in elevation and create a digital elevation map.
DAA sends out radar pulses to automatically detect airborne objects, such as aircraft, and predict potential midair collisions.
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