The PHL-Microsat Program is a three-year space research and development program that ran from 2014 to 2018. This page is maintained by its successor, STAMINA4Space
Calibration and Validation of Remote Sensing Instruments for the Philippine Microsatellite Program
Training Center for Applied Geodesy and Photogrammetry and the Department of Geodetic Engineering
University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, 1101 PHILIPPINES
Dr. Enrico Paringit
- To develop a calibration method to be applied for the remote sensing instrument.
- To generate a set of calibration parameters for the remote sensing instrument to maintain image spectral fidelity and consistency.
- To generate an authoritative spectral signature database/library of key ground objects of significance and/or importance that are especially endemic to the Philippine conditions.
Activities held by this project will ensure that the instruments onboard the PHL-MICROSAT are properly calibrated and validated so that they become ready for analysis for different applications.