Anna Brook, and Eyal Ben-Dor
A novel reflectance-based approach for radiometric calibration
and atmospheric correction of airborne hyperspectral (HRS) data, supervised vicarious calibration (SVC),
was proposed by Brook and Ben-Dor in 2011. The present study aimed to validate the SVC method using
simultaneously operated several different airborne HRS sensors that acquired data above several
selected sites. The general goal is thus to apply a cross-calibration approach to examine the
capability and stability of the SVC method. In the current study three sensors were involved in an
airborne campaign mission supported by EUFAR under a project entitled ValCalHyp. The AISA-Dual
(operated by NERC), AHS and CASI (operated by INTA) acquired data over several selected sites in the
south of France (Salon de Province, Marseille, Avignon and Montpellier) on 28 October 2010 between
13:00 and 16:00 UTC.
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Submitted: 14 Feb 2014
Revised: 18 Aug 2014
Accepted: 20 Aug 2014
Published: 14 Oct 2014
Responsible editor: Bogdan Zagajewski
Brook A & E Ben-Dor, 2014.
Practical example of the Supervised Vicarious Calibration (SVC) method - ValCalHyp Airborne Hyperspectral Campaign under EUFAR.
EARSeL eProceedings, 13(2): 38-48