A division of PraEis Ltd., Scene Sharp USA will also introduce Kevin Marasch as its new Client Distribution Manager for the Fuze Go product line. PraEis Ltd. is a geospatially focused technology transfer organization with offices in Ohio and New Hampshire USA.
“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,” said Scene Sharp CEO Ian Lucas. “By colorizing image data, GIS users can visualize and extract richer information content from remotely sensed data to make better informed decisions.”
In one simple step, the Fuze Go MS Sharp software fuses high-resolution panchromatic image data with lower-resolution multispectral data to generate a high-resolution color image. The full information content of the multispectral bands is retained in the fused image. More importantly, Fuze Go MS Sharp is the only fusion software capable of simultaneously merging up to 30 bands of multispectral data with a panchromatic image.
“Fuze Go MS Sharp runs at least five times faster and yields more consistent results than pan-sharpening applications that can only process four bands of data,” said Lucas. “As is true with the entire line of existing and planned Fuze Go products from Scene Sharp, no expertise in GIS or image processing is needed to use Fuze Go MS Sharp.”
As a universal image fusion tool, Fuze Go MS Sharp can handle data formats from any commercial image processing and enterprise GIS software packages. In cooperation with Exelis Inc., Scene Sharp created a Fuze Go MS Sharp plugin for the popular Exelis ENVI® 5.0 and 5.1 image processing package.
“The plugin enables ENVI users to access the Fuze Go MS Sharp tool either within the ENVI workflow or outside of it so that fusion can be performed as a stand-alone application, freeing up the ENVI software license for other image processing activities,” said Lucas. “We are developing similar plugin capabilities for other major GIS and image processing packages.”
Fuze Go SAR Sharp was designed by Scene Sharp 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. This image fusion presents the unique SAR data, which is captured through darkness and clouds, in a color context that greatly enhances the user’s ability to interpret the radar data and extract actionable intelligence from it.
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.
“The ease of use and attractive pricing of Fuze Go software products make them far superior solutions to any other applications in the geospatial market today,” said Dr. Shawana Johnson, President of Global Marketing Insights. “With their seamless integration into existing image exploitation workflows, Fuze Go products can have immediate impacts in defense/intelligence, homeland security, mining, agriculture, forestry and oil & gas applications.”
To learn more about the Fuze Go products, please contact Kevin Marasch at 1-216-901-9800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please visit www.fuzego.com to try the software.
About Global Marketing Insights Inc. (GMI) As GeoSpatial Business Intelligence Experts™, GMI bridges the gap between geospatial and aerial and spaceborne commercial technologies to assist in building practical business use applications for a global Federal Government and Private Sector client base. Geospatial project areas range from large-volume interoperability test programs to highly customized market research and geospatial strategic operations planning. For more information, visit www.globalinsights.com or call 216-525-0600.
About Scene Sharp™ USA
A division of PraEis, Ltd., with headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio, Scene Sharp USA is a software developer with specialized expertise fusing bands of image data so that information may be more easily exploited and extracted. The Scene Sharp goal is to help customers create a common operating environment so actionable decisions can be made. PraEis is a geospatially focused technology transfer organization with offices in Ohio and New Hampshire USA. For more information, visit www.fuzego.com.