The EnMAP Box is a freely available, platform-independent software designed to process hyperspectral remote sensing data, and particularly developed to handle data from the EnMAP sensor. It is distributed free-of-charge under the EnMAP-Box Open Source License
Main features include:
- easy-to-use GUI, with drop-down menus, expandable tree-based file explorer and drag-and-drop capabilities
- visualization and processing of hyperspectral image data and field/laboratory spectra
- import and export from and to different data formats
- in-built applications aimed at the processing of hyperspectral data, such as Support Vector Machines and Random Forests for classification or regression of image data
- externally developed applications for EnMAP data processing, e.g. Partial Least Squares Regression or the calculation of different agricultural spectral indices. See Applications for an overview of all applications.
- a rich application programming interface (hubAPI) that allows to develop new EnMAP-Box applications easily
The EnMAP-Box 2.2 can be used with any IDL 8.5 runtime environment. This allows you to integrate the EnMAP-Box 2.2 to an existing ENVI 5.3 installation.
van der Linden, S.; Rabe, A.; Held, M.; Jakimow, B.; Leitão, P.J.; Okujeni, A.; Schwieder, M.; Suess, S.; Hostert, P. The EnMAP-Box—A Toolbox and Application Programming Interface for EnMAP Data Processing. Remote Sens. 2015, 7, 11249-11266.
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