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September 21st, 2011
Malaysia Geosarnas – Spatial Data for Natural Resource Management

In line with Taufik, Rector of Bogor Agricultural University, Prof.. Herry Suhardiyanto, saying that spatial planning plays an important role in the management of natural resources. “Spatial information is useful for the management of natural resources is good They’ll be able to reduce poverty,” he said.  Geospatial data obtained from satellite-based remote sensing both optical and radar. One session of this international seminar to discuss the utilization of remote sensing satellite-based radar. Session whose theme is geosarnas retrievals Emerging Geospatial Information and Applications . This session was organized by Lapan, IPB, RAN, and the Society of Remote Sensing (Mapin). Apparently the satellite-based radar has many advantages. In obtaining the data, the satellite of this type does not rely on sunlight so it can take pictures day or night. In addition, these satellites can take pictures of the areas covered in cloud and smoke. Read More