Remote Sensing

Remote sensing (RS) is an art and science of obtaining information about physical characteristics of an area by measuring its reflected and emitted radiation at a distance to help of Satellite or Aircraft.

In below list of Remote sensing Analysis Tutorial.

Thematic Mapper

Thematic Mapper Sensor What is Thematic Mapper? The Thematic Mapper (TM) is an advanced multispectral scanning, Earth resources Sensor. Its designed to achieve higher image Resolution, sharper spectral separation, improved geometric fidelity and greater radiometric accuracy and resolution than the MSS Sensor. TM sensor records reflected and emitted electromagnetic energy from the visible, reflective-infrared, middle-infrared, […]

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AWIFS Sensor IRS (Indian Remote Sensing) AWIFS full form is; Advanced Wide Field Sensor. Resolution The Advanced Wide Field Sensor provides Multispectral data in 4 Bands. The Spatial Resolution (56 m vs 188 m), Spectral Bands (10 bits vs 7 bits) and Radiometric Resolution (4 vs 2). The ground swath of 740 kms (combined) and

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LISS 3 Sensor IRS (Indian Remote Sensing) LISS 3 full form is; Linear Imaging Self-Scanning Sensor 3. LISS-III Resolution The LISS –III Sensor provides Multispectral data in 4 Bands. The Spatial Resolution for visible is 2 bands, and Near-Infrared 1 band is 23.5 meters with a ground swath of 141 kms. The short wave infrared

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Types of Sensor

Sensor in Remote Sensing What is Sensor? A Sensor is a device that produces an output signal for the purpose of sensing a physical phenomenon. Sensors are used in everyday different objects, such as touch-sensitive elevator buttons and lamps. With advances in micro-machinery and easy-to-use micro-controller platforms, the uses of sensors have expanded beyond the

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Name of a Satellite

Satellite A Satellite is an object in space that orbits or circles around a bigger object. There are two types of satellites: i) Natural; such as the Moon and Earth, and ii) Artificial; such as the Landsat, SPOT, IRS, Quickbard, Aster, Ikonnos, and more. The First Satellite in Space Sputnik 1, launched Soviet Union launched

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