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).
- Catalog -> Pléiades Analytic or SPOT 6/7 Analytic -> Order and get the asset from storage of UP42
- In Projects workflows, Processing from Storage -> Pan-sharpening
- Sentinel-2 L2A Analytic (GeoTIFF) -> Pan-sharpening
Remark: Pan-sharpening includes the necessary DIMAP to GeoTIFF conversion. The processing block does not work with Display products, as they have been already pan-sharpened.
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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