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Scene Sharp USA to Unveil Fuze Go Plugin for ENVI at Esri User Conference

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Monday, July 14th 2014
Scene Sharp USA | Cleveland, Ohio


Scene Sharp USA to Unveil Fuze Go Plugin for ENVI at Esri User Conference

Scene Sharp™ USA will formally introduce the Fuze Go™ Plugin for ENVI® this week at the Esri User Conference in San Diego. The plugin gives ENVI software users access to Fuze Go MS Sharp, an automated multispectral image fusion software which can simultaneously fuse up to 30 spectral bands of data from inside the popular ENVI geospatial processing package.

“The Exelis ENVI software is widely known for its multi- and hyperspectral image processing capabilities and is an ideal platform for geospatial information users to access the automated Fuze Go MS Sharp image fusion software,” said Ian Lucas, President and CEO of Scene Sharp Technologies Incorporated™.

Scene Sharp will demonstrate the Fuze Go™ plugin for ENVI® along with the full line of Fuze Go software products in booth #410 at the Esri User Conference being held July 14-18 in San Diego.

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.

Fuze Go is a fully automated technology that enables users to quickly and easily fuse data sets to add color to non-colorized satellite and aerial imagery with just a few mouse clicks. One of its most common applications is pan-sharpening. By colorizing image data, GIS users can visualize and extract richer information content from remotely sensed data to make better informed decisions.

Also at the 2014 Esri UC, Scene Sharp USA will demonstrate the powerful processing capabilities in its Fuze Go SAR Sharp application, which was designed for more effective exploitation of data captured by satellite-based synthetic aperture radar (SAR) sensors. Fuze Go SAR Sharp fuses gray-scale radar data with optical multispectral bands to colorize the SAR data set. An industry first is the “Dynamic Reader” which allows pre-process on the fly viewing of SAR imagery with real time adjustment of color intensity being added to the scene.

Fuze Go MS Sharp and SAR Sharp are available for purchase for an annual license fee. Batch processing versions of the software packages are also offered to perform automatic fusion of multiple optical or SAR scenes.

To learn more about the Fuze Go products, please contact Kevin Marasch at 1-216-901-9800 or email kevinmarasch@scenesharp.com. Please visit www.fuzego.com to try the software at no charge for 15 days.

About Scene Sharp™ USA
A division of PraEis, Ltd., Scene Sharp USA is the authorized Master Global Distributor of Scene Sharp Technologies Incorporated PraEis is a geospatially focused technology transfer organization with offices in Ohio and New Hampshire USA. For more information, visit www.fuzego.com.

Scene Sharp Technologies Incorporated™ Scene Sharp is a software developer with world leading expertise developing digital image fusion software that adds color to non-colorized imagery. Adding color increases context and understanding of imagery so better information is available for critical decisions. Among its investors, Scene Sharp receives funding from Tecterra, a Canadian business development organization specializing in geomatics. For more information, visit www.scenesharp.com.

ENVI is a registered trademark of Exelis Inc. All other marks are the property of their respective owners. © 2014, all rights reserved.

Scene Sharp and Fuze Go are trademarks of SceneSharp Technologies Inc.
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