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Multispectral imaging

Multispectral imaging is a method of obtaining information about the properties of objects by analyzing their interaction with electromagnetic radiation in different wavelength ranges.

Hyperspectral imaging

Hyperspectral images have high spectral but low spatial resolution, while multispectral images are characterized by high spatial but low spectral resolution.

Monitoring of the Northern Sea Route

In this article we will review the significance and benefits of monitoring the Northern Sea Route using remote sensing techniques, as well as the main technologies and approaches used for data collection and analysis.

Remote methods of forest fire monitoring and prevention

This article presents an overview and analysis of remote sensing methods for monitoring and preventing forest fires. Nowadays, worldwide climate change is making itself increasingly felt.

Urban Planning. Digital twin of the city

This paper looks at contemporary projects and technologies in urban planning. Projects such as GEOURBAN, UN-Habitat and others are examples of such programmes. The article describes how these projects use remotely sensed data to improve urban infrastructure and its management.

Assessment of land desertification by remote sensing methods

This article reviews key methods for assessing desertification. Desertification forecasting plays a key role in combating the global environmental crisis, helping to identify vulnerable regions, solve problems quickly, and take measures to preserve fertile land and biodiversity.

Map scales 1:10,000, 1:25,000, 1:50,000, 1:100,000, 1:200,000

A topographic map is a primary source of information about an area. Using this kind of information can open the door to lots and lots of possibilities in completely different fields. From construction to archaeology, from planning your own vacation, to monitoring the environmental situation of an area.

Relief Analysis

In this article, the reader will learn what methods of analyzing the roughness of the earth's surface exist and their purpose.

Application of remote sensing methods in forestry

After reading this article, the user will get the main thing - information and ways to solve by remote sensing methods on forest "forest health", down to the indicators of individual trees, monitoring as an effective tool for control and dependence of ecology on the Earth on the given forest area, the state of the forest area, damage from forest fires and clearcu

Laser scanning (LIDAR) by VLS method

The article summarises the types of laser scanning depending on the type of survey, describes the LIDAR data processing process, divides the laser survey products into application sectors, and highlights the advantages and disadvantages of airborne laser scanning (ALS).

U.S. military space satellites

The review reflects the state and development of the U.S. military satellite constellation (up to date as of 12.01.2023), identifies technological and organizational trends for the coming years in preparation for future large-scale war and the role of geospatial intelligence in it. The model of interaction between the U.S. Armed Forces and the private sector is analyzed.

Overview of digital elevation and terrain models. Free of charge

After reading this article, the user will get information about what types of digital elevation and terrain models exist. How much area each of them covers, which DEM data are in the public domain, which are available for commercial order.

Light pollution of the environment. Space monitoring of this problem.

Light pollution (otherwise known as backlighting) is the illumination of the night sky by artificial light sources, the light of which is scattered in the lower atmosphere, interfering with astronomical observations and changing the biorhythms of living beings, leading to the death of some of them. This phenomenon is sometimes also referred to as light smog.

Types of water indixes and their applications

After reading this article, the user will get information about indices that can be used to monitor water bodies, predict droughts, and identify snow cover.

Retrospective analysis and retrospective data

The relationship between the past and the present is useful to track in many fields and areas of scientific endeavor. Comparison over time allows us to see not only the changes that have occurred, but also to understand the approaches that were used by predecessors.


Three main types of elevation models are used for various purposes: • DEM-Digital Elevation Models, • DTM-Digital Terrain models, • DSM-Digital Surface Models.

Investigation of atmospheric pollution using Sentinel-5P satellite images

Sentinel-5 Precursor (Sentinel-5P) is a space satellite launched in 2017 by the European space Agency (ESA) for the purpose of daily global monitoring of the chemical composition of the earth's atmosphere, the content and distribution of major pollutants and greenhouse gases in it

Remote Sensing as a Method for Predicting Platinum-Metal Mineralization Based on a Study of the Eastern Sector of the Bushveld Complex

This article demonstrates the possibility of using Landsat 7 ETM+ multispectral space surveys and brightness parameters to predict platinum mineralization in new promising areas. Analysis of the gravitational field has shown that platinum mineralization in the studied area is concentrated in a rather narrow range of values, which enables one to use these data as a prospecting indicator. The main conclusions were made and the ability of Landsat 7 ETM+ multispectral space surveys to forecast platinum mineralization in new promising areas was demonstrated.

Oil and gas industry and use of radar survey

Radar survey has many applications in various fields: forestry and agriculture, Oceanography, urban planning, transport structure, and especially in the extractive industry, including the oil and gas industry.

Monitoring the condition of pipelines based on satellite imagery

The oil and gas complex is a complex and multilevel system of interaction of various human activities. It seems that the complexities can only be related to the extraction of natural resources

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