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New PolSARpro version 5.0.4 released

15 July 2015

Release 5.0.4 fixes some bugs following user feedback related to the ALOS2 PALSAR, Sentinel-1 and RISAT toolboxes.

PolSARpro version 5.0.3 released

02 November 2014

Release 5.0 introduces new polarimetric functionalities, optimised data processing and analysis, support to new missions and bug fixing of previous release. Further information can be found on the Release Notes web page.

PolSARpro version 4.2 released

24 January 2011

Release 4.2 introduces a few new functionalities for multi-temporal data processing, image analysis, and calibration assessment procedure. Further information can be found on the Release Notes web page.

PolSARpro version 4.1.5 released

01 July 2010

Release 4.1.5 fixes some bugs/problems of previous version 4.0 Beta 1.3.

PolSARpro version 4.0 Beta 1.3 released

08 June 2009

Release 4.0 Beta 1.3 fixes some bugs/problems of previous version 4.0. Further information can be found on the Release Notes web page.

PolSARpro v. 4.0 beta 1 training course - POLinSAR 2009 Workshop handouts available

19 January 2009

The handouts of the training/tutorial about the version of PolSARpro v. 4.0 beta 1 are available from the PolSARpro documentation page.

PolSARpro version 4.0 beta 1 released for POLinSAR 2009 Workshop (26 - 30 January 2009)

19 January 2009

The new version of PolSARpro v4.0 software has been completely redesigned, offering to the users a global environment where all the classical widgets are now embedded.

PolSARpro v. 4.0 Training Course organised for POLinSAR 2009 Workshop (26 - 30 January 2009)

18 January 2009

The European Space Agency is organising POLinSAR 2009, the 4th International Workshop on Science and Applications of SAR Polarimetry and Polarimetric Interferometry, which will be hosted in ESRIN, Frascati, Italy on 26-30 January 2009.

PolSARpro v. 4.0 beta Training Course

25 November 2008

ALOS PI Symposium 2008 handouts are now available from the PolSARpro Documentation page.

PolSARpro version 4.0 beta 0.1 released

29 October 2008

PolSARpro version 4.0 beta 0.1 has been released. Further information can be found on the Release Notes web page.

Patch for RADARSAT-2 Header Decoding for PolSApro v3.0 beta3.1

04 July 2008

A patch for a correct decoding of RADARSAT-2 data has been released. The next version of PolSARpro version 4.0 beta will include this update.

PolSARpro v. 3.0 beta 3.1 released

25 January 2008

The innovative radar imaging technique called Polarization Coherence Tomography (PCT) proposed by Prof. S.R. Cloude, which employs variation of the interferometric coherence with polarisation to reconstruct a vertical profile function in penetrable volume scattering, has been implemented in this new PolSARpro release. Further information about changes can be found in the Release Notes.

PolSARpro v. 3.0 beta 3 released

03 December 2007

PolSARpro now offers the possibility to exploit TerraSAR-X Dual-Pol data in Single Look Slant Range Complex (SSC), Enhanced Ellipsoid Corrected (EEC), Geocoded Ellipsoid Corrected (GEC) and Multi-Look Ground Range (MGD) modes.

PolSARpro v. 3.0 beta 2 released

21 May 2007

The recent technique called Compact Polarimetry Mode and the IDAN Speckle Filter are two new functionalities implemented for the Single Data set-Data Processing.

PolSARpro v. 3.0 released

18 January 2007

Version 3.0 of the PolSARpro software includes new compatibility to handle and convert polarimetric data from the Spaceborne Sensors ALOS-PALSAR (data level 1.1 and data level 1.5) and RADARSAT-2 Dual-Pol mode and Quad-Pol mode.

POLinSAR 2007

17 January 2007

The European Space Agency is organising POLinSAR 2007, the 3rd International Workshop on Science and Applications of SAR Polarimetry and Polarimetric Interferometry. It will be hosted in ESRIN, Frascati, Italy on 22-26 January 2007.

A training course on the use and applications of the PolSARpro software will be included in the workshop programme.

PolSARpro v3.0 beta 1 Training Course handouts are available.

PolSARpro v. 2.0 beta 8 released

12 January 2007

The definitive version 2.0 of the PolSARpro software includes new compatibility with SIR-C data, additional polarimetric descriptors, classifiers and RGB representations, a tool allowing users to insert their own functions into the software and a revised tutorial section, plus several bug fixes.

PolSARpro v. 2.0 beta 7 released

10 January 2007

The new version includes a full interface for single and dual/multi datasets with tools for calibration and statistical analysis and is available for download from this site. Further information about changes since the last version can be found in the Change Log

PolSARpro v. 2.0 beta 6 released at the POLInSAR 2005 Workshop

14 January 2005

Professor Eric Pottier of the University of Rennes 1 officially announced version 2.0 beta 6 of PolSARpro during the Second International Workshop on Applications of Polarimetry and Polarimetric Interferometry, held in Frascati, Italy, from 17-21 January 2005.

The latest release includes a full interface for single datasets.

PolSARpro Training Course

12 January 2005

A half-day training course on the use and applications of the PolSARpro software has been arranged to coincide with the POLInSAR 2005 Workshop. It will take place on the morning of Friday 21 January 2005, the last day of the Workshop, at ESRIN, Frascati, Italy.

POLInSAR 2005

10 January 2005

Following the first POLInSAR Workshop in January 2003 which brought together over 70 scientists and researchers in the fields of synthetic aperture radar polarimetry and polarimetric interferometry, the European Space Agency will host the Second International Workshop on Applications of Polarimetry and Polarimetric Interferometry, in Frascati, Italy, from 17-21 January 2005.

PolSARpro v.2.0 demonstrated at the Envisat Symposium

07 January 2005

The Envisat Spaceborne Data Processing interface of PolSARpro v2.0 was demonstrated at the Envisat Symposium held in Salzburg on 6-10 September 2004. Here you can view the slide presentation made by Professor Eric Pottier of the University of Rennes 1.