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17. November 2017, 3:06

Jorge Coronel <jcoronel [*]>

SPOT 6/7

Excelent site!
Do you have information for SPOT 6/7, I only see por 4 and 5
Thank you for your comment. SPOT 6 and SPOT 7 are included in the database now.

7. November 2017, 8:43

Julie <an2antolihao [*]>

Road Extraction Indices

How about indices for road extraction?
If know any indices, which are suitable for road extraction, please let us know and we will add that category to our application list.

6. October 2017, 8:50

albert <carbonellferrer [*]>

Urban applications

Nowadays, most of the world population lives in cities and this trend is likely to be increasing.
Some local governments and agencies are working with remote sensing data but there is not much information out there.
Urban remote sensing is difficult because involves a huge variety of materials but still, some things can be done and classifications made.
I think it would be really interesting and useful to add this "Urban applications" category.

10. June 2017, 16:37

Hugh <hugh [*]>

Plant specific VI's

Hi, this site is great! Do you have any plans to add indices for identification of specific plant species?
Thank you for your comment.
If you know any indices for the identification of specific plant species you would like us to add, please send them to us with literature references and we will include them into the IDB.

19. May 2017, 13:39

Carmen <carmen1087 [*]>

Deimos-2 sensor

Could you include Deimos-2 in your sensor database?.
You can find more information in the Deimos Imaging website.
Thanks for your suggestion. The Deimos-2 sensor is added to the database.

1. April 2017, 4:16

Cunyong <qucy09 [*]>


I am so appreciated of you for your wonderful work.
Dear Cunyong, thanks for your positive feedback. We are glad you find the database useful.

28. November 2016, 17:23

Massimo Vincini <massimo.vincini [*]>

Clorophyll Vegetation Index reference

Please correct the reference: the reference for the CVI is:
Vincini M., Frazzi, E. and D’Alessio, P. (2008). A broad-band leaf chlorophyll vegetation index at the canopy scale. Precision Agriculture, 9(5):303-319.
and not Hunt et al. as reported
Dear Massimo Vincini, we checked the reference and included it. Thanks for the hint.

21. September 2016, 12:41

Dainius <pastas4 [*]>

PROBA-V sensor

Hello, could you also include the PROBA-V sensor in the database? It is based on SPOT, but it has fewer bands. You can find the details about it in its user guide on the VITO website.
Thank you for your suggestion. The PROBA-V sensor is now included.

13. April 2016, 18:48

Lena <millenna.en [*]>

Values range for the indices?

Hello. Really nice database, very useful. The only thing that I would like to suggest is to add the values range for every index. It could be useful for validation everyone's results, since the information about some of the indices is not easy to find.
Thank you very much for your Feedback. The Suggestion to add the range values for the indices is a very good one. We are thinking of adding an additional field with this data in future. For now we do not have collected / calculated the range Information. If you have any specific value ranges, you would like us to add (of course with reference), please let us know.

16. February 2016, 5:53

richard murphy <richard.murphy [*]>


It would be really informative if you gave the reference for the index (i.e. the publication that first proposed it). Is this possible?
Also what dows the word 'automatic' mean in the 'calculated' column.
To your first question: There is a list of references available, we used till today:
If you click on one of the references you will get a list of which indices are described in the article and which sensors are used and also possible applications described. For example Ahamed et. al. 2011:
You find also below each index and each sensor a list of the references we used for that, see REIP1 and ASTER as an example.
If you would like us to add an article, an index, a sensor or an application, please let us know. Because this a main idea behind this project, to make research available to a wider community.
To your second question: For the sensor specific formulas, the wavelengths are substituted by the sensor's band names. In most cases, this is done automatically by matching the formula's wavelengths and the sensor's bands. But sometimes we found in the literature explicit suggestions which bands to use. Then we used the suggested formula and set the 'Calculated' property from 'Automatic' to 'Manual'.

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