Technologies for monitoring the Earth’s surface

Near Moscow Center of Engineering and Technology Center "RDC" in the village of Rumyantsevo

Antenna systems software and hardware "UniScan"

The antenna system of the station’s "Alice-SC". The main applications of meteorological satellite data: Hydrometeorology and weather, agriculture, monitoring of forest fires and floods, monitoring of ice conditions and snow cover dynamics.

Receiving network and processing the Earth from space. They take data from 15 modern satellite remote sensing of the Earth from space, covering the entire territory of Russia and surrounding areas.

Communication equipment and satellite data processing equipment.

The plan receiving the information from the satellites at the Moscow Center of the Earth remote sensing.

Archive satellite imagery ETC "RDC" is from 1996. Total volume of archives over 250 terabytes.

With the advent of "hard drives" satellite data received and processed in the ITC "RDC" were saved on this type of media.

Operational satellite monitoring of the fire situation in Russia in the summer of 2010. Pockets of fires were detected by MODIS data Spectroradiometer Terra and Aqua.

Gary (red contours) in the Moscow region. SPOT 4 image recording date is August 12, 2010 (© SpotImage, RDC, 2010).

Russian Web GeoMixer technology used in the development of regional or specialized geo-services (websites) to monitor different objects, phenomena, states and territories, etc.

In 2009, for public use has been opened Geoportal "Kosmosnimki — Seas of Russia." The portal provides satellite and related information on the environmental condition and shipping situation in the maritime areas of the country.

Remote monitoring system for solving problems of the state forest inventory for Roslesinforg. Web geo-service "National Forest Inventory 2010".

Specialist of the operational radar monitoring loads new data real-time satellite monitoring of environmental and shipping situation in the Northern Caspian to the specialized geo-portal.

Ship spilling into the waters of the Caspian Sea. Picture of ENVISAT-1. Left: the original image fragment. Right: The red marked marine spill, yellow — the ship — the likely source of the spill (© ESA, RDC, 2010).

Work with satellite imagery is a specialized software. Thematic Pro module of the Russian program ScanEx Image Processor.

The program interface is ScanEx Image Processor, designed for use with remote sensing data. In the photo: 3D-model of the Valley of Geysers, Kamchatka Peninsula.

The development of innovative technologies is possible only in conditions of free communication and a friendly atmosphere.

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