Kepler Space Inc.

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Welcome

Kepler positions itself between the Synthetic Aperture Radar technology developers and the geotechnical community that needs radar applications to measure large scale topographic features and ground deformation with extreme accuracy.

Projects

InSAR - with Alberta Geological Survey and Canada Centre for Remote Sensing:

Turtle Mountain landslide monitoring using Radarsat-2 data.

Little Smoky slopes stability monitoring using corner reflectors.

City of Edmonton deformation maps using interferograms stacking.

Dozen of ground deformation monitoring projects for private geotechnical companies.

PolInSAR - with Dendron Resource Surveys, the German Space Agency (DLR) and Gamma Remote Sensing:

Forest parameters extraction using PolInSAR and coherence based methods from quad-polarized Radarsat-2 and dual-polarized TerraSAR-X data.

Tomographic Interferometry-trying to solve for radar targets in layover areas, thus increasing the number and quality of the Persistent Targets used for long term ground deformation monitoring.

Statistical Tomographic Interferometry-trying to estimate forest parameters at the highest radar resolution and without any polarimetric models.

Flooded vegetation mapping with NASA JPL on SMAP-based inundation extents for carbon studies.

Multi-frequency X/C band applications development with the German Space Center (DLR).

Multi-frequency multi-sensors coherence integration for detection change in vegetation with Canada Centre for Mapping and Earth Observation.

Multi-frequency multi-sensors coherence integration for detection change in vegetation with Canada Centre for Mapping and Earth Observation.

Multi-temporal estimators for water dynamics mapping with Canada Centre for Mapping and Earth Observation.