19 August 1998 GPS-based target monitoring and navigation system for remote sensing-equipped flying balloon
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The data obtained by a balloon borne camera taking photography of the earth can be database inputs of environment and disaster (e.g. landslide, mud-rock flow). It obviously overcomes the disadvantages of low resolving power of remote sensing satellite respect to the disaster area and high expenses of aerial photogrammetry. It is feasible and valuable for the investigation and assessment of environment and engineering disaster. This paper focuses on the real-time target monitoring and navigation with a GPS unit equipped on the balloon platform for remote sensing flying. It makes the balloon possible to follow a set course, including the adjustment of altitude according to the terrain. Some aspects of integrated development of GPS and Mapinfo are also presented. The implementation of this system provides a guarantee for the balloon's remote sensing flying.
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Dingfa Huang, Dingfa Huang, Jun Qin, Jun Qin, } "GPS-based target monitoring and navigation system for remote sensing-equipped flying balloon", Proc. SPIE 3504, Optical Remote Sensing for Industry and Environmental Monitoring, (19 August 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.319526; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.319526
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