You are receiving this email as a Internet Business Systems Subscriber on behalf of DigitalGlobe =============================================================================== DigitalGlobe Live Web Seminar Deeper Analysis, Faster Insight: Enhanced Applications with WorldView-2's Eight Spectral Bands WorldView-2, scheduled to launch on October 6th, 2009, will be the first 8-band multispectral commercial satellite. We believe the WorldView-2 system will bring enhanced agility, capacity, accuracy and spectral diversity to commercial earth imaging. Join this Webinar to hear Dr. Kumar Navulur, DigitalGlobe's Principal Scientist, as he discusses how the new spectral bands will improve certain remote sensing applications, including feature identification and classification, bathymetry, change detection and more. REGISTER NOW http://www10.giscafe.com/BANNER/common/ad_tracker.php?image_id=13584&tsp=1248107177&enc_email=_ENC_EMAIL_ Date: Wednesday, July 29 Time: 11:00am or 7:00pm MDT Duration: 45 Minutes In Our Free Webinar You Will: * See how the four additional spectral bands (coastal blue, yellow edge, red edge, and near infrared 2) enable broader ranges of classifications, enhanced vegetation and coastal analysis, the extraction of more features and the identification and tracking of coastal changes and infractions. * Discover how the new red edge (the first in the commercial industry) and yellow edge spectral bands deliver more granular field classifications, improve the understanding of vegetation analysis (health, age, type, species) and provide early warning capabilities to industries that interact with, and depend on, the environment such as pipeline monitoring, environmental mapping and precision agriculture applications. * Learn how the new coastal blue spectral band will enhance bathymetry studies for sea floors, coastal plains and waterways, discriminate features of the shallow ocean floor more accurately and increase the scope of coastal remote sensing applications--improving the safety of marine navigation and providing much needed insight into the ever changing marine environment. * Discover how the WorldView-2 based portals and navigation devices will see the world in the truest natural state--bringing better definition and clarity to the user's visual reality, and allow mapping experts to use those bands to pinpoint more points of interest and create more diverse, interesting navigation applications. Who Should Attend? Key decision makers within enterprise, oil and gas, telecom, portals, location based services and government agencies. Presenters Dr. Kumar Navulur, Principal Scientist, DigitalGlobe Dr. Navulur has over 18 years experience in remote sensing and GIS. He received his Ph.D in engineering from Purdue University and a Masters in Remote Sensing Applications from IIT in Bombay. He is the author of the book entitled, 'Multi-Spectral Image Analysis Using Object Oriented Paradigm'. Dr. Navulur has experience in image analysis using imagery from multiple platforms, different sensors, and in analyzing both multi-spectral as well as hyper-spectral imagery. He is also familiar with various image analysis techniques including machine vision, neural nets, expert systems, sub-pixel classifiers, AFE, and pattern recognition. He is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Denver. Learn More about WorldView-2 View our on-demand Webinar titled, Discover the Power of DigitalGlobe Constellation with WorldView-2. http://www10.giscafe.com/BANNER/common/ad_tracker.php?image_id=13585&tsp=1248107177&enc_email=_ENC_EMAIL_ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DigitalGlobe - 1601 Dry Creek Drive - Suite 260 - Longmont, Colorado 80503 Contact us http://www10.giscafe.com/BANNER/common/ad_tracker.php?image_id=13586&tsp=1248107177&enc_email=_ENC_EMAIL_ Visit DigitalGlobe http://www10.giscafe.com/BANNER/common/ad_tracker.php?image_id=13587&tsp=1248107177&enc_email=_ENC_EMAIL_ Unsubscribe http://www10.giscafe.com/BANNER/common/ad_tracker.php?image_id=13588&tsp=1248107177&enc_email=_ENC_EMAIL_ =============================================================================== You are subscribed as [_EMAIL_]. If you no longer want to receive news from our GIS sponsors but want to continue receiving other GIS newsletters, please visit http://www10.GIScafe.com/nl/sponsor_unsubscribe.php?enc_email=_ENC_EMAIL_&sk=_SUBSCRIBER_KEY_ Otherwise, if your email client supports HTML, please change your format preference to "HTML" for the best viewing experience. To change your personalized GISCafe.com CafeNews mailing subscription, go to http://www10.GIScafe.com/nl/newsletter_subscribe.php?enc_email=_ENC_EMAIL_&action=Edit&sk=_SUBSCRIBER_KEY_ Copyright (c) 2016. Internet Business Systems, Inc. All rights reserved