Section: Contracts and Grants with Industry
Contract with ASTRIUM
In 2008, a three year contract has started with ASTRIUM. High-resolution satellite imagery is typically based on so-called push-broom cameras (one or a few rows of pixels, covering different spectral bands). High-resolution images are generated by stitching individual push-broom images, taken at successive time instants, together. The main goal of our work is to develop both theoretical models and algorithms for modeling, estimating and compensating these vibrations, using information contained in the images.