• An overview of integrated remote sensing and GIS for

    Mar 01, 2015 · Innovative technologies, as remote sensing (RS) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS), have an immense role to play . 2. Water resources in Egypt. Egypt lies in the northeastern corner of the African Continent and has a total area of about 1 million km 2. The Egyptian terrain consists of a vast desert plateau dissected by the Nile Valley and its Delta, which occupy about 4% of the total country area.

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  • GIS Identifies Flooding in Egypt | Sensors and Systems

    Nov 14, 2016 · The government wants to develop the area for tourism, but flash flooding and associated hazards have hampered efforts, according to Dr. May Yuan, Ashbel Smith professor of GIS. “We developed methods to combine all the environmental factors associated with flash flooding and created a model to identify the high- and low-risk areas,” she said.

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    Geographic Information System (GIS) [4]. The most impor-tant step in PF is the generation of maps of the soil with its characteristics. These included grid soil sampling, yield moni-toring, and crop scouting. RS coupled with GPS coordinates produced accurate maps and models of the agricultural fields.

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  • Remote Sensing Vs Geographical Information System (GIS

    Ahmed Hamdy, Mining Geologist at the Egyptian Mineral Resources Authority (EMRA) said that “GIS helps you to locate the geological units and samples in maps, but Remote Sensing helps you to know some information and data about ore before you visit it, So we can’t prefer one over the other.”

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    Satellite remote sensing is playing an increasingly important role in the detection and documentation of archaeological sites. Surveying an area from the ground using traditional methods often presents challenges due to the time and costs involved. In contrast, the multispectral synoptic approach afforded by the satellite sensor makes it possible to cover much larger areas in greater spectral

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    Synecom is a data transfer software for Holter Spiderview recordings (24 hours and up to 12 channels). With its embedded communication option, Synecom allows easy, cost-effective and secure sending and receiving of Holter recordings via an existing email, webmail or FTP connection.

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  • Sensor to Service - GIS Mapping Software, Location

    A geofence is a virtual perimeter for a real-world geographic area. In the case of GeoEvent Processor, the GIS server is detecting and using geofences to alert the user or an authority when the device approaches, enters, and leaves the geofenced area. GeoEvent Processor provides the ability to use any map feature as a geofence.

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    GIS is used where space is limited, for example, extensions, in city buildings, on roofs, on offshore platforms, industrial plants and hydropower plants. Hitachi ABB Power Grids has always been and continues to drive innovation in GIS technology in ratings, operations, switching technology, smart control and supervision, and compactness.

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  • Sensor - GIS Wiki | The GIS Encyclopedia

    UseClassification of Measurement ErrorsBiological SensorsExternal LinksSensors are used in everyday objects such as touch-sensitive elevator buttons and lamps which dim or brighten by touching the base. There are also innumerable applications for sensors of which most people are never aware. Applications include cars, machines, aerospace, medicine, manufacturing and robotics. sensorsensitivity indicates how much the sensoroutput changes when the measured quantity changes. For instance, if the mercury in a thermometer moves 1 cm when the temperature changes by 1 °C, the sensitivity is 1 cm/°C. Sensors that measure very small changes must have very high sensitivities. Sensors also have an impact on what they measure; for instance, a room temperature thermometer inserted into a hot cup of liquid cools the liquid while the liquid heats the thermometer. Sensors need to be designed to have a small effect on what is measured, making the sensor smaller often improves this and may introduce other advantages. Technological progress allows more and more sen...

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  • Ratios – GEOL 260 – GIS Remote Sensing

    Switch to the Egypt demo scene and display it as a “stretch” instead of RGB. This single band (TM band 1, blue radiation) shows strong topography because of differences in illumination. S (above: you sample Landsat 8 image from Egypt) But the ratio red / green (B4 / B3) removes much of the effect of illumination and yield differences in

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    During a 4-year study a geographic information system (GIS) risk model was constructed for predicting the relative risk of schistosomiasis in Kafr El-Sheikh governorate, Egypt. A 1-year 1990-1991 time series on diurnal temperature difference (dT) prepared from the advanced very high resolution radio …

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  • The Multispectral Scanner System | Landsat Science

    Landsat 3 carried an MSS sensor with an additional band, designated band 8, that responded to thermal (heat) infrared radiation. An MSS scene had an Instantaneous Field Of View (IFOV) of 68 meters in the cross-track direction by 83 meters in the along-track direction (223.0 by 272.3 feet respectively).

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    The latest technology for your lab at the most affordable prices Our company, Universal for Technology Transfer (UTT) is a leading supplier of laboratory and scientific instruments and supplies in Egypt. Established since 2005 in 6th of October

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    “Under Bush’s order, the CIA began to function as a global military police, throwing hundreds of suspects into secret jails in Afghanistan, Thailand, Poland, and inside the American military prison in Guantanamo, Cuba. It handed hundreds more prisoners off to the intelligence services in Egypt, Pakistan, Jordan, and Syria for interrogations.

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  • Global GIS Market: Industry Analysis and Forecast (2019-2027)

    Global GIS Market was valued US$ 67.5 Bn in 2019 and is expected to reach US$ 177.3 Bn by 2027, at CAGR of 12.8% during forecast period. The report includes the analysis of impact of COVID-19 lock-down on the revenue of market leaders, followers, and disrupters.

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  • Sensor Web - GIS Wiki | The GIS Encyclopedia

    A Sensor Web is a type of sensor network or geographic information system (GIS) that is especially well suited for environmental monitoring [citation needed].The term describes a specific type of sensor network: an amorphous network of spatially distributed sensor platforms (pods) that wirelessly communicate with each other.

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  • Remote Sensing Is | Remote Sensing Environment | GIS

    Active sensor– have its source of light or illumination and its sensor measures reflected energy. In the case of Active Remote Sensing, energy is generated and sent from the RS platform towards the targets. The energy reflected from the targets are recorded using sensors onboard the RS platform. Most of the microwave RS is done through Active RS.

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  • * Sensor (GIS) - Definition - Online Encyclopedia

    ADS40/80 sensor (currently in its third generation) is a line-scanning sensor that collects images in a 12,000 pixel wide swath. Â- Raster Data and Images - Many data set s such as satellite sensor scans of the Earthsurface are published as raster data.

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  • Monitoring land use/cover change using remote sensing and GIS

    Jun 01, 2015 · El-Asmar et al. (2013) have applied remote sensing indices, i.e., normalized difference water index (NDWI) and the modified normalized difference water index (MNDWI) in the Burullus Lagoon, North of the Nile Delta, Egypt for quantifying the change in the water body area of the lagoon during 1973 to 2011.

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  • Seven Ways GIS Enables Smart Communities | by Esri | Esri

    Jul 21, 2015 · Sensor data and community engagement within GIS give a clearer view of your community. You can make that view even more holistic by adding 3D visualization and analysis.

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  • Mapping of the Evaporative Loss From Elephant Butte Reservoir

    The situation at Elephant Butte Reservoir is similar to the largest lake in Egypt, but at a much smaller scale. The Nasser Lake in Upper Egypt loses approximately 10 million acre-feet per year due to evaporation (Shaltout and Housry, 1996). At any scale, evaporation is a quantitatively major loss term, so to monitor this loss; the Bureau of

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  • What are GIS and remote sensing? - IU

    Jan 18, 2018 · A geographic information system (GIS) is a computer-based tool for mapping and analyzing feature events on earth. GIS technology integrates common database operations, such as query and statistical analysis, with maps.

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  • Low-cost GPS Sensors for Deformation Monitoring | GIM

    Mar 01, 2016 · Deformation monitoring of glaciers is of great value to scientists with an interest in climate change. Due to the slow movements of glaciers, a semi-permanent deformation system is the best method to monitor the changes. Using low-cost GPS receivers that work in a wireless sensor network makes such a set-up feasible.

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  • 04: Perceiving the Imperceptible | The ArcGIS Imagery Book

    Web GIS is the nervous system for the planet, and imagery across the spectrum plays a vital role. Nicaragua’s Momotombo Volcano awoke with an explosive eruption in December 2015. This false color image highlights hot areas, primarily the lava flow that extends to the northeast.

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  • MONITORING OF LAKE NASSER USING REMOTE SENSING AND GIS TECHNIQUES

    located at the border between Egypt and Sudan between latitudes 21.8 to 24.0°N and Longitudes 31.3 to 33.1°E. Its surface area is about 5200 Km2 with a maximum capacity of 165 km3 and mean depth of 25m, its surface elevation is 175m. The lake is circa 550 km long (more than 350 km in Egypt and

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