Sunday, 20 March 2011

Remote Sensing

Remote Sensing

1. Introduction to remote sensing
  • Purpose of this manual
  • Content
2. Principles of Remote Sensing System
  • Introduction
  • Definition of Remote Sensing
  • Basic Components of Remote Sensing
  • Component 1: Electromagnetic Energy Is Emitted
  • From A Source
  • Component 2: Interaction of Electromagnetic
  • Energy with Particles in the Atmosphere
  • Component 3: Electromagnetic Energy Interacts
  • with Surface and Near Objects
  • Component 4: Energy is Detected and Recorded by the Sensor Aerial Photography
  • Brief History of Remote Sensing
3. Sensor and Systems
  • Introduction
  • Corps 9 – Civil Works Business Practice Areas
  • Sensor Data Considerations
  • Value Added Products
  • Aerial Photography
  • Airborne Digital Sensors
  • Airborne Geometries
  • Planning Airborne Acquisitions
  • Bathymetric and Hydrographic Sensors
  • Laser Induced Fluorescence
  • Airborne Gamma
  • Satellite Platforms and Sensors
  • Satellite Orbits
  • Planning Satellite Acquisitions
  • Ground Penetratng Radar sensors
4. Data Acquisition and Archives
  • Introduction
  • specifications for Image Acquisition
  • Satellite Image Licensing
  • Image Archive Search and cost
  • Specifications for Airborne Acquisition
  • Airborne Image Licensing
  • St. Louis District Air Photo Contracting
5. Processing Digital Imagery
  • Introduction
  • Image Processing Software
  • Metadata
  • Viewing the Image
  • Band/Color Composite
  • Information About the Image
  • Datum
  • Image Projections
  • Latitude
  • Longitude
  • Latitude/Longitude Computer Entry
  • Transferring Latitude/Longitude to a Map
  • Map Projections
  • Rectification
  • Image to Map Rectification
  • Ground Control Points (GCPs)
  • Positional Error
  • Project Image and Save
  • Image to Image Rectification
  • Image Enhancement
6. Remote Sensing Applications



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