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93th RADI Academic Forum: Unified Fusion of Remote Sensing Images
 Date: 2014-12-27  Page Views:

On December 17, 2014, Prof. Huang Bo from the Institute of Space and Earth Information Science of the Chinese University of Hong Kong visited the Academic Forum on Earth Observation and Digital Earth organized by RADI and gave a report titled “Unified Fusion and Application of Remote Sensing Images in Temporal, Spatial, and Spectral Resolutions”.

In his report, Prof. Huang noted that thanks to the rapidly developing remote sensing technologies, a relatively sound system of remote sensors has emerged and the remote sensing technologies are being applied increasingly widely and in depth. Remote sensing technologies can be used in such fields as monitoring of atmospheric composition and air pollution, survey on land use and vegetation distribution, disaster monitoring like landslide and mud-rock flow, weather forecast, crop yield estimation, railway route selection, archaeological research, and marine study on sea surface temperature and red tide. The unified fusion correlates the existing images with high and low resolutions based on their features and produces high-resolution images with some or all of the temporal, spatial, spectral and angle attributes by using the super-resolution technology.

Prof. Huang Bo, the associate director of the Institute of Space and Earth Information Science of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, has made great breakthroughs in the study on the unified fusion of remote sensing images and published over 80 papers on the Science Citation Index (SCI) and the Social Science Citation Index (SSCI) journals. He managed to solve the problems that had hindered the development of remote sensing theories and technologies for several decades by producing composite images with high spatial, temporal, spectral and angle resolutions.


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