Noise Reduction

Denoising is the process of reducing 
the signal noise in an image without removing signal information. Noise in an image  appears as the speckles scattered throughout the scene.  Noise is random and lowers image quality.  Denoising employs detailed processes to reduce noise without creating blur or decolorization. Increasing the Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) through denoising creates higher quality images useful in photography and geospatial work.
  • Noise reduction improves image quality and SNR
  • Various denoising filters can be applied, cleaning the image without reducing information
  • Sharpness and illumination can be preserved with proper settings for the filters



I2R Provides:

  • Noise reduction with custom filters. 
  • Images with less noise while preserving color and sharpness. 
  • Algorithms to integrate into existing image processing software to improve noise reduction and other image attributes.




For more information, please contact:
(228) 688-2570