Entry ID: ASF_MapReady
Abstract: Software in the MapReady Remote Sensing Tool Kit accepts level 1 detected SAR data, single look complex SAR data, and ALOS optical data from ASF and other facilities. It can terrain correct, geocode, and save to several common imagery formats including GeoTIFF.
Polarimetric decompositions can be applied to multi-pol SAR data. Other software included in the package are an image viewer, metadata viewer, and projection coordinate converter." to "Other software included in the package are an image viewer, metadata viewer, a projection coordinate converter, and a variety of command line tools.
[Summary provided by the ASF DAAC.]
Access Constraints User registration is required to access MapReady.
Use Constraints Contact the ASF DAAC User Services at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding use constraints for MapReady.
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