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Designing a Compressive Sensing Demonstrator of an Earth Observation Payload in the Visible and Medium Infrared: Instrumental Concept and Main Features

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IFAC-CNR, 50019 Sesto Fiorentino, Italy
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IPMS—Fraunhofer Institut, 01109 Dresden, Germany
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Politecnico di Torino—DET, 10129 Torino, Italy
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LEONARDO S.p.A., 50013 Campi Bisenzio, Italy
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SAITEC srl, 50063 Figline Valdarno, Italy
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ACRI-ST, 06904 Sophia-Antipolis, France
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CSEM, Centre Suisse d’Electronique et de Microtechnique, 2000 Neuchâtel, Switzerland
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Presented at the 16th International Workshop on Advanced Infrared Technology & Applications, 26–28 October 2021; Available online: https://aita2021.sciforum.net/.
Academic Editors: Giovanni Ferrarini, Paolo Bison and Gianluca Cadelano
Eng. Proc. 2021, 8(1), 27; https://doi.org/10.3390/engproc2021008027
Published: 25 November 2021
Increased spatial resolution and revisit time of payloads operating in the infrared spectral region can offer unprecedented advantages to Earth Observation. This, however, poses several technological challenges, such as large array detector availability and data bandwidth. In this paper, we present a super-resolved demonstrator—based on a compressive sensing architecture—which is being developed to address enhanced performance in terms of at-ground spatial resolution, on-board data processing and encryption functionalities for Earth Observation payloads. The demonstrator’s architecture is here presented, together with its working principle, main features and the approach used for image reconstruction. View Full-Text
Keywords: compressive sensing; super-resolution; earth observation; optical payload; spatial light modulator; medium infrared; deep learning compressive sensing; super-resolution; earth observation; optical payload; spatial light modulator; medium infrared; deep learning
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Raimondi, V.; Acampora, L.; Baldi, M.; Berndt, D.; Bianchi, T.; Borrelli, D.; Corti, C.; Corti, F.; Corti, M.; Cox, N.; Dauderstädt, U.A.; Dürr, P.; Fruchi, A.; González, S.F.; Guzzi, D.; Kunze, D.; Labate, D.; Lamquin, N.; Lastri, C.; Magli, E.; Nardino, V.; Pache, C.; Palombi, L.; Pilato, G.; Pollini, A.; Suetta, E.; Taddei, D.; Taricco, D.; Valsesia, D.; Wagner, M. Designing a Compressive Sensing Demonstrator of an Earth Observation Payload in the Visible and Medium Infrared: Instrumental Concept and Main Features. Eng. Proc. 2021, 8, 27. https://doi.org/10.3390/engproc2021008027

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Raimondi V, Acampora L, Baldi M, Berndt D, Bianchi T, Borrelli D, Corti C, Corti F, Corti M, Cox N, Dauderstädt UA, Dürr P, Fruchi A, González SF, Guzzi D, Kunze D, Labate D, Lamquin N, Lastri C, Magli E, Nardino V, Pache C, Palombi L, Pilato G, Pollini A, Suetta E, Taddei D, Taricco D, Valsesia D, Wagner M. Designing a Compressive Sensing Demonstrator of an Earth Observation Payload in the Visible and Medium Infrared: Instrumental Concept and Main Features. Engineering Proceedings. 2021; 8(1):27. https://doi.org/10.3390/engproc2021008027

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Raimondi, Valentina, Luigi Acampora, Massimo Baldi, Dirk Berndt, Tiziano Bianchi, Donato Borrelli, Chiara Corti, Francesco Corti, Marco Corti, Nick Cox, Ulrike A. Dauderstädt, Peter Dürr, Alberto Fruchi, Sara F. González, Donatella Guzzi, Detlef Kunze, Demetrio Labate, Nicolas Lamquin, Cinzia Lastri, Enrico Magli, Vanni Nardino, Christophe Pache, Lorenzo Palombi, Giuseppe Pilato, Alexandre Pollini, Enrico Suetta, Dario Taddei, Davide Taricco, Diego Valsesia, and Michael Wagner. 2021. "Designing a Compressive Sensing Demonstrator of an Earth Observation Payload in the Visible and Medium Infrared: Instrumental Concept and Main Features" Engineering Proceedings 8, no. 1: 27. https://doi.org/10.3390/engproc2021008027

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