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Airborne CCD-video monitoring performance and application of a colour infra-red video system
Bakker, J.G.M.; Braam, B.M.; van Leeuwen, H.J.C. (1993). Airborne CCD-video monitoring performance and application of a colour infra-red video system. Beleidscommissie Remote Sensing: Delft. ISBN 90-5411-075-9. 65 pp.

Keywords
    Marine; Brackish water

Authors  Top 
  • Bakker, J.G.M.
  • Braam, B.M.
  • van Leeuwen, H.J.C.

Abstract
    This report deals with testing the Silvacam as an airborne remote sensing device, applicable to resource management. It is a 3-CCD colour infra-red Super-VHS video camera. Silvacam's sensitivity pertains to 3 bands: green, red and infra-red. For the absolute radiometrical accuracy of the video camera, flights were performed over agricultural fields in the Flevopolder, the Netherlands. Other tracks were flown to evaluate the Silvacam as a remote sensing tool in event-based operations: a coastal dune area at Schouwen (in the south-western part of the Netherlands), Hulshorster Zand (a deflation area near Harderwijk), Slijkplaat (a sandbank in the Haringvliet waters) and Saefthinghe (a mud flat area along the Westerschelde). The city of Zeewolde, also in the Flevopolder area, was chosen for geometrical tests.

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