Save time and effort by using ENVI workflows to get the accurate results you need from imagery. These automated workflows easily guide you through advanced image analysis tasks, giving you expert level results through scientifically proven processes, regardless of your experience level or knowledge of remote sensing and image analysis methods.
Quickly create actionable intelligence with ENVI Tactical Hyperspectral Operational Resource (THOR) Tools, a set of automated hyperspectral workflows developed in concert with the DoD to support exploitation and analysis hyperspectral imagery. Each tool leverages specialized technology so you can uncover hidden information in a more efficient, convenient way to quickly and easily produce actionable intelligence that is accurate and dependable.
Now you can use your ARTEMIS imagery, and other commercially available data to its fullest potential quickly and easily. Automatically extract metadata from ARTEMIS NITF data and find full support for all data written in HSI NITF standard.
THOR Automated Workflows
Anomaly Detection; Atmospheric Correction; Change Detection, Lines of Communication - Water and Trails; Stressed Vegetation; Target Detection.
THOR Spectral Library Viewer; THOR Spectral Library Builder; Transform Band Weights; Material Identification.
Speed up your image processing and analysis with the ENVI Hyperspectral SPEAR Tools that provide you with automated workflows to make the most commonly needed image processing and analysis routines easy. This unique set of wizard-based tools include step-by-step instructions and integrated help dialogues, so the results you get are scientifically accurate and precise, allowing you to achieve expert level results regardless of your image processing and analysis experience or professional background.
Changed areas can be highlighted and compared to images from two datasets using band ratio techniques.
Compensate for image distortion due to terrain differences.
Panchromatic images can be fused with multispectral data to create colorized high resolution images.
Images of relative water depths can be generated and exported to graphic files for use in reports or briefings.
Find all instances of a specific material based on its spectral response.
Search an image for statistical and spectral distinctions that indicate unique objects that are not native to the environment.
Improve the georeferencing of an image by tying it to an accurate base map.
Roads and waterways can be highlighted and emphasized to aid in map generation.
Terrain classifications can be automatically generated or created by user defined specifications.
Images can be searched for moving and non-moving watercraft in open water environments.
Export and open data in Google Earth™.
Browse NITF metadata for multiple images to assess exploitation suitability.
Vegetation delineation and stress can be quickly identified and visualized to determine the level of vigor.
Automated workflows within ENVI take the complexity out of popular image analysis tasks, while saving you time and effort in getting the accurate results you need to make decision.
Search an image for statistical and spectral distinctions from the background landscape.
Quickly combine multiple georeferenced scenes into one image. This automated workflow provides several features to create a quality mosaic such as seamline creation, edge feathering, and color correction.
Perform change detection between two classification results.
Perform a line of site analysis.
Look for areas of change by comparing two images from different dates using band ratio or feature index techniques.
Find objects of interest using parameters based on spatial, spectral and textural characteristics.