Pansharpens images from Pléiades / SPOT Reflectance (Download) or Sentinel-2 L2A Analytic (GeoTIFF).
Pan-sharpening is a processing block that upsamples the image to the resolution of the (panchromatic) band with the highest resolution. The output images are geo-referenced GeoTIFFs with all bands in the same resolution. The default method used in the pan-sharpening procedure is SFIM (Smoothing Filter-based Intensity Modulation).
- Pléiades / SPOT Reflectance (Download) -> Pan-sharpening
- Sentinel-2 L2A Analytic (GeoTIFF) -> Pan-sharpening
- Processing from Storage (for Analytic Products from Airbus) -> Pan-sharpening
Remark: Pan-sharpening includes the necessary DIMAP to GeoTIFF conversion.
The processing block also works with Pléiades and SPOT 6/7 for the Data Catalogue via Processing from Storage, if the assets still contain the panchromatic band and have not been already pan-sharpened (which is the case for Display Products).
When used with OneAtlas data, the panchromatic band is not part of the output image, but it can be optionally included by setting ‘include_pan’ to true.
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