Application of remote sensing images in infrastructure management is very important. The rapid development and growth of urban areas is putting pressure on the environment including green space and urban parks. Therefore, the application of remote sensing images in infrastructure monitoring management is an indispensable choice for State management.
Application of remote sensing images in infrastructure management
Center for Satellite Image Analysis – CSIA protects the characteristics of remote sensing satellite images used in which sectors.
What is remote sensing image?
How to interpret remote sensing images
Remote sensing not only understands the surface of the Earth or planets, but it can also probe into layers deep inside the planets. On Earth, people can use civilian, specialized aircraft or artificial satellites to transceive remote sensing images. There are two main types of remote sensing: passive remote sensing and active remote sensing.
Application of remote sensing images in urban environment exploration
Green spaces including street landscapes, lawns, public park areas, gardens, trees and forests are needed to improve urban areas and provide quality of life for people.
Vegetation provides oxygen and reduces energy demand for the environment and enhances the viewpoint with the natural environment. The use of remote sensing imagery to manage and monitor green spaces is important to improving the urban environment and playing an important role in the lives around us.
Design consultancy and monitoring of remote sensing services
The use of medium or high resolution satellite imagery can assist urban developers and land managers to monitor and support decision-making on sustainable urban development in a thick urban environment. Especially with changes that require high resolution details related to urban planning and development.
GIS and remote sensing images allow frequent coverage
Remote sensing image data provides detailed analysis to create or update GIS maps and detect major changes in urban land cover and use, allowing frequent coverage and covering other time series. together to classify safe and sustainable development areas for the proposed development area.
Remote sensing photography support
- Data collected from remote sensing camera stations update information on road network and other urban infrastructure
- Collect and analyze data on population density, distribution and growth
- Prepare types of housing
- River basin analysis
- Lanscape Development
- 3d model
- Infrastructure model
- Access to environmental impacts
- Carbon footprint
- High and medium resolution satellite images
Remote sensing image processing process
Satellite sensors provide 16-bit polymorphic pixel resolution (B, G, R, N) or 8 bands (C, B, G, Y, R, RE, N, N2) from 1.2m to 5m. Pansharpened plant indicators can be provided with a resolution of 30cm, 40cm or 50cm, providing excellent details for plant analysis and the environment for urban planning and development.
Satellite sensors analyze data
High-resolution stereo satellite sensors, such as GeoEye-1, WorldView-2, WorldView-3, WorldView-4, Pleiades-1 and other high-resolution satellite sensors can provide many Geospatial data to analyze vegetation and green space for the development of sustainable cities.
WorldView satellites provide a range of high-resolution panchromatic colors and eight (8) multi-boundary bands; four (4) standard colors (red, green, blue and near infrared) and four (4) new bands (coastal, yellow, red and near infrared), full color images for spectral analysis, up Map and monitoring application.
Benefits received from remote sensing satellites
The use of medium resolution satellite images such as Landsat-8, Sentinel-2 and SPOT is beneficial in analyzing changes in vegetation and environment from different years or time periods. in the same season helps analyze past changes to make progress with urban planning and development.
- Advantages of remote sensing application in infrastructure management
- Monitoring and monitoring subsidence for infrastructure in areas affected by urbanization
- Monitoring displacement, deformation of hydroelectric dams and lakes.
- Monitoring and assessing the extent of damage caused to infrastructure such as remote roads and houses in case of topographic collapse.
- Survey, planning and construction plans