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INPHO Sophisticated softwares and satellite data products using for Image processing are:-

softwares PG-STEAMER V 4.1: PG-STEAMER is a professional environment for the processing, analysis, visualization, and documentation of remotely sensed (RS) data. Among its features are a very easy to use interface, an intuitive workflow structure and state-of-the-art memory efficiency. Real Time Processing (RTP) is a fantastic new feature available with the release of PG-STEAMER 4.1.

High Eradas Imagine 9.8: ERDAS IMAGINE is a remote sensing application with raster graphics editor capabilities designed by ERDAS for geospatial applications. It is aimed primarily at geospatial raster data processing and allows the user to prepare, display and enhance digital images for mapping use in GIS or in CADD software. It is a toolbox allowing the user to perform numerous operations on an image and generate an answer to specific geographical questions.

Mirror Cartosat Data products:  is an Earth observation satellite in a sun-synchronous orbit. The satellite was built, launched and maintained by the Indian Space Research Organisation. Weighing around 680 kg at launch, its applications will mainly be towards cartography in India. Cartosat-2 is an advanced remote sensing satellite capable of providing scene-specific spot imagery. The data from the satellite will be used for detailed mapping and other cartographic applications at cadastral level, urban and rural infrastructure development and management, as well as applications in Land Information System (LIS) and Geographical Information System (GIS).

Pocket IRS P6- LISS-IV images: The LISS-IV camera is a high resolution multi-spectral camera operating in three spectral bands (B2, B3, B4). LISS-IV can be operated in either of the two modes. In the multi-spectral mode (Mx), a swath of 23 Km (selectable out of 70 Km total swath) is covered in three bands, while in mono mode (Mono), the full swath of 70 Km can be covered in any one single band, which is selectable by ground command
(nominal is B3 - Red band). The LISS-IV camera can be tilted up to +-26 degrees Celsius in the across track direction thereby providing a revisit period of 5 days.