The TABI-1800 is a high-resolution airborne thermal mapper, offering a wide imaging array of 1800 pixels at 25 cm resolution. A sample image centred on Heber Downs Conservation Area near Macedonia Village, ON (north of Whitby) has been supplied for academic purposes by ITRES Research.
Applications for TABI-1800 include detection of underground tunnels, pipeline mapping, forest fire detection, heat loss surveys, and many other applications where there are even the subtlest temperature differences.
Read more: http://www.itres.com/tabi-1800/
GENERAL SCENE DESCRIPTION (Please refer to imagery metadata document for specific details of each scene.)
Airborne sensor: TABI-1800
Aircraft velocity: 140 knots
Aircraft altitude: ~800m AGL
Bandwidth: Broadband MWIR Image
Spectral Range: Band 01 = 3.7-4.8 microns
Date: July 22, 2011
Spatial Resolution: 25cm
TABI-1800 Thermal Imagery [computer file]. (2011). Calgary, AB: ITRES Research Limited. Available: Brock University Map, Data & GIS Library Controlled Access \DATA\Remote_Sensing\TABI1800_Ontario_2011\TABI1800_Ontario2011_0.25mGSD_Mosaic.tif (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.