The Centre for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing (CRISP) is a research centre of the National University of Singapore established with funding from the Agency for Science, Technology & Research (A*STAR) of Singapore.
CRISP's mission is to develop an advanced capability in remote sensing to meet the scientific, operational and business requirements of Singapore and the region. Our Milestones.
CRISP operates a satellite ground station to acquire data from remote sensing satellites, and processes the archived data to standard or value-added products for distribution and research. The list of satellites CRISP receive include:
CRISP is ready to provide special products custom processed to users' requirements, or training/consultation services in the field of remote sensing.
CRISP also undertakes research in optical and microwave remote sensing technology and applications. The current research interest areas are: ocean and coastal studies, tropical vegetation studies, and remote sensing data processing techniques.