Welcome to ATIC

Alberta Terrestrial Imaging Center is composed of 11 employees, including five research scientists, two of which are professors completing research and teaching lectures at the University of Lethbridge, and two Masters Candidates carrying out their graduate degrees in remote sensing. ATIC also employs an order desk which licenses SPOT satellite imagery to the Canadian post secondary market for use in academic research.


ATIC's expertise lies in the research and development of tools for optical remote sensing. Working predominantly in the science of image calibration and validation, ATIC positively contributes to the development of technologies for image information extraction from hyperspectral and multispectral data.
Latest News

November 3rd, 2009 -

ATIC's FTP server address: Click here to be redirected.

October 30th, 2009 -

ATIC has updated the Rangeland Project webpage, found here.

Image Viewer

CHRIS Hyperspectral Image acquired over Rangeland site in Southern Alberta (left) and derived fractional cover map of litter (right).
Landsat7 15 meter resolution panchromatic image of south Vancouver Island.
CASI Hyperspectral Data; image on the left is true color, image on the right is false color infared.
Classified Wetlands in Central Alberta
SPOT5 2.5 Pan-shapened 'Natural Colour' Synth
SPOT1 20m MS False Colour IR image from June 24th, 1986 - Newell County, Alberta Canada
<a href='docs/ATIC_Master_1pager.pdf'>ATIC Informational Document - Click to view PDF</a>
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