Multisensor remote sensing data integration

Nedim Kulo
2019 Geodetski Glasnik  
The integration of remote sensing data involves combining various data to get better information, or more information about an area or phenomenon of interest. When it comes to combining data, it usually refers to multi-hour, multi-resolution or multi-sensor data linking. The subject of multi-sensor data integration is the combining of data collected by different sensors. A common example of this type of integration is the integration of multispectral optical data with radar imagery. Both
more » ... magery. Both spectrally different modes of representation complement each other: optical data is "in charge" of detailed spectral information (used to differentiate soil types) while radar data show structural details on the surface.
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