fuze go™ MS Sharp model is a fully automated satellite image fusion tool that combines high resolution panchromatic imagery with visible-near-infrared multispectral imagery to produce a “lossless” result.
The pansharpened bands preserve the spectral fidelity of the original image data.
Provides high quality image analytics which was never possible before.
Only pansharpening software that processes up to 30 image bands; making it the software of choice for multi-band satellite image data from the World View-2, World View -3 and World View-4 satellites.
Automatically adjusts to individual data sets; adjusting for sensor and seasonal variability. Eliminates manual labor or the need to switch algorithms trying to find one that works for that particular data set.
Input files can include Tiff (.tiff), or Erdas Imagine (.img) or ENVI (.hdr)(.dat).
The output files can be converted to one of the alternative formats to speed your work flow and allow you to seamlessly work between multi-step processing systems.
Let’s you move your fusion outside your multi-step system licenses; freeing up production time, reducing bottlenecks in production and increasing productivity (with less cost).
Up to 5 times faster than COTS pansharpening algorithms.
Pan-sharpening process adds tremendous value to satellite imagery.
Provides, essentially, a new level of information crucial for analysts who rely on both visual accuracy and powerful analytics
Available in 3 formats;
MS Sharp – standalone version
MS Sharp Model for ERDAS Imagine – fully integrated into ERDAS software version
MS Sharp ENVI plug-in – built to work seamlessly with ENVI version
The plugin gives users the option of accessing the Fuze Go MS Sharp software either within the ENVI workflow or outside of it so that fusion can be performed as a stand-alone application. This frees up the ENVI software license for other image processing activities. No GIS or image processing experience is needed to utilize the ‘fuze go™’ tools.