The Status and Development Trends of Land Remote Sensing

Remote Sensing & GIS for Environmental Monitoring & Exploration


First and Last Name Academic degree E-mail Affiliation
Lei Ren No ds2017qm [at] Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture
Kyiv, Ukraine
Nadiia Lazorenko-Hevel Ph.D. nadiialg [at] Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture
Kyiv, Ukraine

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The land resource is a very important natural resource and the most basic resource necessary for human production activities and social development. The research of changes in land resources is the great significance to global climate change and sustainable development. At the same time, land resources vary greatly in different periods and different regions. This means that it is difficult to monitor land resources with a single method such as aerial photography, using UAVs, laser scanning or some other method of remote sensing, but in combination it is getting easier. Since the 1970s, remote sensing technology has gradually become an important means of monitoring land resources due to its advantages such as all-weather, wide-coverage, short repeated coverage cycles, and strong information acquisition. The article researches the development and applications of remote sensing technology in land resource monitoring. Also the article analyzes future development trends of land remote sensing technology that will be large-scale data fusion, cloud computing and deep learning.

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