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The Future of Cartography Satellites Data Acquisition and its Data Ingest Systems

International Journal of Research in Signal Processing, Computing & Communication System Design

Volume 3 Issue 1

Published: 2017
Author(s) Name: A. N. Satyanarayana, B. Chandrasekhara Rao, Y. V. N. Krishna Murthy, K.V. Ratna Kumar | Author(s) Affiliation: Manager, Antenna Systm, National Remote Sensing Centre, Indian Space Research Centre, Telangana.
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Remote sensing data provides much essential and critical information for monitoring many applications such as image fusion, change detection, and land cover classification. Remote sensing is an important technique to obtain information relating to the Earths resources and environment. What popularized satellite data are the easily accessed online mapping applications like BHUVAN. From being simply able to find where is my house these applications have helped the GIS community in project planning, monitoring disasters and natural calamities, and guiding civil defence people. ISROs BHUVAN ( is a well known national geo-portal, which is being widely, used by the Government, public, NGOs and Academia. Bhuvan is developed with a clear focus of addressing Indian requirements of satellite Images and theme-oriented services to enable planning, monitoring and evaluation of stakeholders activities in governance and development. All these data is taken from the Remote sensing satellites of Cartography application series Satellites, which are being tracked and data ingested disseminated from IMGEOS, NRSC Ground Station. The acquisition challenges and data ingest process will be discussed in this paper.

Keywords: Antenna systems, BHUVAN: Is a well known national geo-portal, Integrated Multi Mission Ground Station for Earth Observation Satellites (IMGEOS), RF systems, SERVO, Tracking systems.

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