The researchers in remote sensing at the University of Lethbridge are among the best equipped in the country with respect to equipment and computer resources. We have three dedicated laboratory facilities including:
- a LiDAR facility;
- a remote sensing laboratory with space for student projects and field equipment deployment; and
- Canada’s only remote sensing calibration dark room facility.
The uLethbridge has ten hyperspectral field spectrometers, integrating spheres, differential GPS, hydro-meteorological stations, airborne and UAV systems, and Canada’s only field goniometer system. There is ample student research space. Students will also have access to the U of L’s West Castle Field Research Station where Professors Hopkinson and Chasmer have an active research program.