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Monitoring by satellite (march 2010) spotimage
Monitoring by satellite (march 2010) spotimage
Monitoring by satellite (march 2010) spotimage
Monitoring by satellite (march 2010) spotimage
Monitoring by satellite (march 2010) spotimage
Monitoring by satellite (march 2010) spotimage
Monitoring by satellite (march 2010) spotimage
Monitoring by satellite (march 2010) spotimage
Monitoring by satellite (march 2010) spotimage
Monitoring by satellite (march 2010) spotimage
Monitoring by satellite (march 2010) spotimage
Monitoring by satellite (march 2010) spotimage
Monitoring by satellite (march 2010) spotimage
Monitoring by satellite (march 2010) spotimage
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  • 1. Forest monitoring by satellite SPOT IMAGE & Infoterra Didier RIGAL 2010 – MAE Paris
  • 2. Contribution of Satellite Based Technologies to REDD+ WALL to WALL Mapping at very high resolution Map up-to-date land use, prepare REDD+ projects Implement Land regime and ownership Draw legal framework BASELINES Mapping Understand deforestation & degradation trends Project scenarios Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) Monitor regularly Measure the effectiveness of REDD+ programs Independently, irrefutably, locally Broadcast and advertise efforts Link Satellite observation with Carbon models 2 Forest & REDD applications Contribution of satellite based technologies
  • 3. DATA availability and policy; from SPOT5 to PLEIADES & SPOT6 & 7 PLEIADES 1&2 Operated by Spot Image SPOT5 SPOT4 SPOT2 SPOT 6 & 7 2 cameras Dedicated missions on smaller satellites Swath width: 60 km High resolution, agility, wide field of view Oblique viewing capacity ( 27 ) Pléiades 1 & 2: orthoimages at 0.50m Resolution: / 20 km SPOT 1,2,3,4: 10m P; 20m XS SPOT 5: 2.5m P; 10m XS SPOT6 & 7 : orthoimages at 2.0 m / 60 km 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 SPOT1 SPOT2 SPOT3 SPOT4 SPOT5 PLEIADES February 22, January 22, September 26, March 24, May 4, ASTROTERRA 1986 1990 1993 1998 2002 3 Forest monitoring service / SPOT IMAGE
  • 4. WALL to WALL Mapping : 3D Data Bases for Ortho-modeling 57 M Sqm validated as of today 4 Forest & REDD applications Contribution of satellite based technologies
  • 5. WALL to WALL Mapping (ex: Zambia) 5 Forest & REDD applications Contribution of satellite based technologies
  • 6. SPOT5 Data Base (2.5-m colour) covering forests of South America ACQUISITION PERIOD: 2006 to 2009 IMAGES < 10% CLOUDS Right Side : Completed with SPOT4 data collected from French Guyana Station in 2006 & 2007. Denote interest of Receiving stations 6 Forest & REDD applications Contribution of satellite based technologies
  • 7. SPOT5 Data Base (2.5-m colour) covering forests of Africa ACQUISITION PERIOD: 2006 to 2009 IMAGES < 10% CLOUDS Left Side : Completed in purple with SPOT5 data partly cloudy combined after cloud masking. 7 Forest & REDD applications Contribution of satellite based technologies
  • 8. SPOT5 Data Base (2.5-m colour) covering forests of South East Asia & India ACQUISITION PERIOD: 2006 to 2009 IMAGES < 10% CLOUDS Left Side : Completed in purple with 10m & 20m data acquired over the same period 8 Forest & REDD applications Contribution of satellite based technologies
  • 9. BASELINE Mapping : dynamic analysis & incremental classification Forest LC map from year N-1 reasoning on transitions between Forest LC classes image of year N OVERLAND classification interactive tool: implementation as a decision tree processing with OVERLAND set of maps to characterize the physical state of the forest 9 CONFIDENTIEL – Diffusion interdite sans autorisation préalable de Infoterra Updated Forest LC map (year N)
  • 10. BASELINE MAPPING : Producing NDFI maps (normalised deforestation index) NDFI map individual logged trees high resolution image (SPOT5) grid pattern showing logging preparation NIR composite image 10 CONFIDENTIEL – Diffusion interdite sans autorisation préalable de Infoterra
  • 11. Measurement, Reporting & Verification: MULTI MISSION STRATEGY 11 Forest & REDD applications Contribution of satellite based technologies
  • 12. MRV: Ground receiving stations for the Environnemental Monitoring Tropical agronomy Industrial and Space Agencies Funds Educational & Valorisation 12 Forest & REDD applications Contribution of satellite based technologies
  • 13. REDD+ MONITORING CONCEPT – Interest of Web & Satellite networks Acquisition campaigns SATELLITE Networks REDD Monitoring Platform Data access & procurement SPOT5/6/7, TSX, CBERS, DMC2, DEIMOS, FII, K2 , aerial, lidar, etc... WEB-Portal, access to the Processing facilities services and DATA Overland, LINKING THE COMMUNITIES Pixel Factory, (Politics / Foresters / WEB-based services Entrepreneurs / Investors / Concessionaries ) Data base & data integration: Publishing and Meteo, Forest,, Registering gives Land Use, Field confidence to investors inventories… All consistent geographically 13 Forest & REDD applications Contribution of satellite based technologies
  • 14. EADS ASTRIUM & SPOT IMAGE Corporate Responsibility program: PLANET ACTION the Earth Observation and GIS communities fighting the climate crisis

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