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Dias, J. (2002). Space and Planetary Imaging using JPEG2000. In Proc 7th International Workshop on Simulation for European Space Programmes, ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands. Noordwijk: ESTEC.
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J. M. Dias,  "Space and Planetary Imaging using JPEG2000", in Proc 7th Int. Workshop on Simulation for European Space Programmes, ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, Noordwijk, ESTEC, 2002
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@inproceedings{dias2002_1709004572987,
	author = "Dias, J.",
	title = "Space and Planetary Imaging using JPEG2000",
	booktitle = "Proc 7th International Workshop on Simulation for European Space Programmes, ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands",
	year = "2002",
	editor = "",
	volume = "",
	number = "",
	series = "",
	publisher = "ESTEC",
	address = "Noordwijk",
	organization = "ESA ESTEC",
	url = "https://technology.esa.int/event-category/events-workshops#to-event-tabs"
}
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TY  - CPAPER
TI  - Space and Planetary Imaging using JPEG2000
T2  - Proc 7th International Workshop on Simulation for European Space Programmes, ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands
AU  - Dias, J.
PY  - 2002
CY  - Noordwijk
UR  - https://technology.esa.int/event-category/events-workshops#to-event-tabs
AB  - The raising demand for Digital content Rights Management (DRM), protection, and security, enables effective on-line 
access, exchange, and trading of all types of digital media items (ranging from a simple text file to a large space or 
planetary image) and, at the same time, support global interoperability of customer devices and traded items, which can 
only be met by a good mix of open architectures and proprietary technologies. In this paper, we present a novel 
integrated architecture that supports the secure handling of large remote sensing ISO JPEG2000-coded images, obtained 
from satellite. This effort is within the scope of further developments and new extensions for this standard, namely: 
- Trans-coding of proprietary digital image formats used in satellite imagery, to the new JPEG2000 format; 
- Inexpensive network clusters for parallel computing to improve the algorithmic process of coding very large digital 
images obtained from satellites. 
- Coding of multi-component and multi-spectral images as well as volumetric images (JP3D); 
- Exploration of interactive online image satellite catalogs (JPIP); 
- Secure transmission, and protection of the image content based on OpenSDRM (JPSEC). 
ER  -