Due to its increased knowledge and expertise in remote sensing, the Centre has the capacity of collaborate consultatively with all levels of government and industry, especially in the areas of imaging spectroscopy and LiDAR. This enlarged capacity is also used to enhance training and teaching programs at the Undergraduate and graduate levels to develop highly-qualified personnel (HQP). Within this frame work, the Centre further enhances national and international collaboration to augment its research, training and teach capabilities.
The remote Sensing Calibration Spectrometry Laboratory offers equipment calibration services to the remote sensing community and will be equipped to seek contract opportunities that support space missions.
ATIC also employs an order desk which licenses SPOT satellite imagery to the Canadian post secondary market for use in academic research.
For more information about our facilities and equipment, please visit our website.See all programs of Alberta Terrestrial Imaging Center