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 Title & Authors
Analysis about technology requirements for Development of Disaster Detecting Satellite Sensor
Woo, Han-Byol; Joo, Young-Do; Choi, Myung-Jin; Jang, Su-Min;
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 Abstract
Since concentration of greenhouse gas increases continuously from human's fossil fuel use, urbanization, and cultivation, it is trend that climate change is appearing. In Addition, in 20th century, occurrence of disaster is accidental and huge, and damage level also increases gradually. Therefore, in order to preserve the territory and to protect people's life and property against new type disasters, disaster detection satellite (payloads) development is required urgently. In this paper, we conduct a research and development for the prompt preemptive action when occurred a disaster, in particularly, about the disaster observation optimized at Korea's geographical features for the irregular future disasters. For the payload design which is specialized detect disasters, we create a tech tree of satellite imagery applications based 10 disaster types, and analyze the satellite sensor technologies referred to Landsat-8, Worldview-3 and ALOS-2.
 Keywords
Sensing of Disaster Sign;Disaster Detection Satellite;a Containment Action;Tech Tree;
 Language
Korean
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