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Titre: A Simple Remote Sensing Ground Receiving System for Interest Creation in Systems Engineering and Geophysics Research Abdelatif Hassini
Auteur(s): Hassini, Abdelatif
Mots-clés: Satellite · Sensors · Acquisition · Images · Realization · RGB combination
Date de publication: 22-jui-2014
Editeur: Arab J Sci Eng
Résumé: The METEOSAT Second Generation (MSG3) geostationary satellite main payload is the optical imaging radiometer, the so-called Spinning Enhanced Visible and InfraRed Imager (SEVIRI). With its 12 spectral channels and its high temporal resolution, SEVIRI can offer improved geophysics thematic products measurements. So, the development of a system that can exploit the temporal behavior of the terrestrial disk observations is crucial for these near-real-time applications. Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) data from polar-orbiting NOAA19 satellite are acquired and processed here.Aground station is required to collect and follow the temporal, spectral, and space evolution of the treated topic of interest. The main objective of this research is to give the most important directives for developing a simple remote sensing ground station. The system consists of hardware and software parts and givesmeaningful results using received daily data from either SEVIRI-MSG3 or AVHRR-NOAA19. Satellite multi-sensor database is created and enriched everyday. A realized autotracker capable of automatic tracking satellites is mounted in our ground station. Based on received images, some acquisition and MSGViewer software processing results such as brightness temperature, Albedo conversions from the data, and different red–green–blue combinations between visible and infrared windows are illustrated and discussed. The system can be easily applied for operational research uses.
Collection(s) :3.Faculté des Sciences de la Terre et de l'Univers

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