CASI-1500 VNIR (hyperspectral) Imagery

The CASI-1500 is an airborne sensor that captures hyperspectral visible near Infrared (VNIR) imagery with a 1500 pixel field of view, at 1.5 m resolution. This remote sensing image of the agricultural area in Osoyoos, British Columbia has been supplied for academic purposes by ITRES Research. CASI-1500 hyperspectral VNIR imagery has been used in applications such as detecting crop disease, mapping wetland species, water quality.

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GENERAL SCENE DESCRIPTION (Please refer to imagery metadata document for specific details of each scene.)

Airborne sensor: CASI-1500
Aircraft velocity: 120 knots
Aircraft altitude: ~3000m AGL
Bandwidth: 7.2nm
Spectral Range:
Band 01 = 367.2nm +/- 3.6nm
Band 72 = 1046.7nm +/- 3.6nm
Date: August 1, 2012
Format: .img, .hdr
Resolution: 1.5m pixel resolution
Sky Conditions: clear


CASI 1500 VNIR Imagery [computer file]. (2012). Calgary, AB: ITRES Research Limited. Available: Brock University Map, Data & GIS Library Controlled Access \DATA\Remote_Sensing\CASI1500_Radiance_OsoyoosBC_2012\ (Accessed date).


The data is licensed to Brock University faculty, staff and students for teaching and research purposes only and requires the user to sign a Generic license agreement.

Related Information

Local: \DATA\Remote_Sensing\CASI1500_Radiance_OsoyoosBC_2012\

Tip: to ‘view’ in ArcGIS, add the .img file; Open Windows>Image Analysis; check DRA and choose Std-dev from the dropdown.

Local Access

Local \DATA\Remote_Sensing\CASI1500_Radiance_OsoyoosBC_2012\


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