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    Title: 101年度資源衛星接收站運轉及發展(II);The Operation and Development for Resource Satellite Ground Receiving Station (2012-2)
    Authors: 陳良健;陳繼藩;陳錕山
    Contributors: 國立中央大學太空及遙測研究中心
    Keywords: 地球科學;太空科技
    Date: 2012-12-01
    Issue Date: 2014-03-17 11:31:25 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 行政院國家科學委員會
    Abstract: 研究期間:10107~10112;〝The Operation and Development for Resource Satellite Ground Receiving Station〞project in 2012 has two six-month phases. This proposal conveys the second phase of the project which is to be executed in the second half of 2012. The Satellite Ground Receiving Station of this project is attributed to the national spatial information infrastructure. This project aims to fulfill vast demands of satellite imagery and safeguard timely distribution of quality data to public and private sectors, research and educational institutions, government agencies, and industrial clients. Aside from satellite imagery related and value-added services, the station has also been diligent in transforming research results into practical applications in terms of radiometry, geometry, telemetry and data collection applications in the field of remote sensing. Likewise, the station also offers a variety of education and outreach programs to promote international cooperation. To better serve the scientific community, four service categories are configured, namely administration and services, imagery reception and production, research applications and development, education and outreach. Over the years, the station has endeavored in promoting and facilitating international collaborations through joint research projects, research staff and information exchanges to share the research findings and advance the possessed technical competency of remote sensing technologies. In addition to pre-specified work plans, a new development is included to accommodate and react to the rapid changing environment. The major project goals are elaborated in the following: (1) The future development plan includes (i) positioning of project; (ii) strategic planning; (iii) action plans. (2) Administration and services will oversee (i) general administration, office matters, human resource; (ii) accounting; (iii) imagery inquires, order processing, import-export services; (iv) promotional conferences and training workshops; and (v) remote imaging information and services. (3)Imagery reception and production has the portfolios of (i) day–to-day operations; (ii) the applications of near real-time information processing in supporting natural disaster surveillance; and (iii) the participation in related meetings/conferences. (4) Research applications and development will be focusing on (i) study of semi-operation and application of spaceborne SAR; (ii) orthorectification processing and application developing for optical remote sensing images; and (iii) the applications and researches of radiative correction. (5) Education and outreach will take charge of (i) organizing events to promote the application of satellite imagery; (ii) study and learning of satellite remote sensing technology; (iii) establishing cooperation to facilitate satellite imagery; and (iv) other promotional efforts of education and circulation related to satellite imagery and remote sensing. (6) International cooperation concentrates on (i) technology exchange; (ii) data provision; and (iii) information sharing. This project is anticipated to greatly enhance the foundation of the Nation’s satellite remote sensing capabilities. By means of providing excellent quality spatial information and conducting cutting-edge research, both domestically and internationally, this project is tasked to generalize remote sensing technology, facilitate cooperation, and work together with other international peers to bring forward the Nation’s technological know-how in remote sensing to a new horizon.
    Relation: 財團法人國家實驗研究院科技政策研究與資訊中心
    Appears in Collections:[太空及遙測研究中心] 研究計畫

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