Recent advances in data fusion provide the capability to obtain enhanced hyperspectral data with high spatial and spectral information content, thus allowing for an improved classification accuracy. Although hyperspectral image classification is a highly investigated topic in remote sensing, each classification technique presents different advantages and disadvantages. For example; methods based on morphological filtering are particularly good at classifying human-made structures with basic geometrical spatial shape, like houses and buildings. On the other hand, methods based on spectral information tend to perform better classification in natural scenery with more shape diversity such as vegetation and soil areas. Even more, for those classes with mixed pixels, small training data or objects with similar re ectance values present a higher challenge to obtain high classification accuracy. Therefore, it is difficult to find just one technique that provides the highest accuracy of classification for every class present in an image. This work proposes a decision fusion approach aiming to increase classification accuracy of enhanced hyperspectral images by integrating the results of multiple classifiers. Our approach is performed in two-steps: 1) the use of machine learning algorithms such as Support Vector Machines (SVM), Deep Neural Networks (DNN) and Class-dependent Sparse Representation will generate initial classification data, then 2) the decision fusion scheme based on a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) will integrate all the classification results into a unified classification rule. In particular, the CNN receives as input the different probabilities of pixel values from each implemented classifier, and using a softmax activation function, the final decision is estimated. We present results showing the performance of our method using different hyperspectral image datasets.