REMOTE SENSING TECHNOLOGY
Submitted By:-Nishant Chaturvedi
MCA Vth Sem
Submitted to:-Mrs. Preeti Tiwari
1858 Balloonist G.Tournachon made photographs of
Paris from his balloon.
Systematic aerial photography developed for military and
reconnaissance purposes beginning in World War I and
reaching a climax during the Cold War .
Artificial satellites in the latter half of the 20th century.
REMOTE SENSING SYSTEM
The gathering of information from an object or surface
without direct contact.
Energy Source or Illumination (A)
Radiation and the Atmosphere (B)
Interaction with the Target (C)
Recording of Energy by the Sensor (D)
Transmission, Reception, and Processing
Interpretation and Analysis (F)
Remote Sensing Process Components
Panchromatic imaging system
Multispectral imaging system
Super spectral Imaging System
Hyper spectral Imaging System
Optical Remote System
Optical remote sensing makes use of visible, near
infrared and short-wave infrared sensors to form images
of the earth's surface by detecting the solar radiation
reflected from targets on the ground.
Panchromatic Imaging System
A single channel sensor is used to detect radiation
If range of wavelength and the visible range become
same then the imagery will appear as a black and white
photograph taken from space
Multispectral Imaging System
Uses a multi channel detector and records radiation
with a narrow range
Brightness and color informatics are available
Super Spectral Imaging System
Finer spectral feature that capture by the sensors.
Radio Detection And Ranging
Object detection system which uses electromagnetic
waves determine range, direction or speed
Light Detection And Ranging
Measures distance by sending pulses of laser light that
strike and reflect from the surface of earth.
Land Cover & Land Use