Remote sensing – LiDAR, drones, satellites, aerial photography and more
Remote sensing is the science of acquiring information about a surface without physically being in contact with it. The most common example of remote sensing is aerial photography however there are hundreds of applications ranging from space-borne satellites to under-ground geophysical systems.
My experience with remote sensing dates back to my days at Acadia University, during my geomorphology classes ( study of the physical features of the surface of the earth and their relation to its geological structures), which lead me to attend the Centre of Geographic Sciences (COGS) where I obtained an advanced graduate diplomas in remote sensing and applied geomatics research.
Much of the material in the remote sensing part of my website originated from my original online portfolio that I used to further my career, therefore you will find that it includes helpful resources, information about remote sensing and various samples.
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Remote Sensing Related Content
Much of the material in the remote sensing part of my website originated from my original online portfolio that I used to further my career.
Since then it has morphed into more of a resources section related to remote sensing that includes helpful information about remote sensing, including various related books, images, maps, data and much more.
(Use the search tools to find remote sensing related material on this site or browse some of the latest additions using the links below).