What is remote sensing and what is it used for?
Remote sensing is the art and science of making measurements of the earth using sensors. Remote sensing process is used to detect & monitor the physical characteristics of an area. In this process, researchers measures the reflected and emitted radiation at a distance. They use special cameras for the whole process, so that they can sense things about the earth. Normally, researchers adopt remote sensing from the satellite or aircraft to detect & monitor the physical characteristics of an area.
Some examples of Remote Sensing includes -
Some specific uses of remotely sensed images of the Earth include:
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Mapping
A GIS allows you to quickly and easily answer questions about your data that is related to a location. GIS allows you to link databases and maps to create dynamic displays. Through GIS, the data about a location is produced in the form of Mapping. A GIS captures, store, manipulates, analyze, manages, and presents all types of geographical data. GIS is used as an important tool in problem solving, decision making processes, & for visualization of data in a spatial environment.
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A geographic information system (GIS) is a powerful framework for researchers for collecting, managing and analyzing data. Amay Environment Consultancy is a team of researchers, engineers and professionals who can help you in remote sensing, GIS mapping and much more. We are an established consultancy based in Bhopal, India. We have done so many projects of GIS mapping, remote sensing for many organizations, governments and companies all over the India.
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