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13 February 2004 Interactivity with the urban information users in the land-use/land-cover information extraction from VHR data
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Very High Resolution (VHR) satellite imagery offers a great potential for extracting land-use and land-cover related information for urban areas, but do they meet the requirements of present day urban planners? Assessing user needs for urban land use/land cover data, and investigating the potential of VHR data to better meet these needs is therefore essential. These two parts lead to an interactive definition of remote sensing products in Belgium. This paper presents the background of our analysis (previous surveys at European and French level), the methods that we use to assess the urban users needs (questionnaire and survey), how these can be met by VHR data (classification results) and some preliminary results of the Belgian survey obtained for both the Walloon and Brussels region. Among these results, the survey reports the preference on ortho-rectified aerial photographs when this product is available, a scarce use of remote sensing data explained by spatial resolution and cost reasons, and the lack of awareness of the new VHR images capabilities. As results for the ongoing survey become complete, we hope to better understand what data products derived from VHR imagery can potentially be of interest to users of LU/LC data in Belgium. This will enable us to propose image processing methods that better fulfil the needs of local and regional authorities in Belgium.
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Nathalie R Stephenne, Eleonore Wolff, William De Genst, and Frank Canters "Interactivity with the urban information users in the land-use/land-cover information extraction from VHR data", Proc. SPIE 5239, Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring, GIS Applications, and Geology III, (13 February 2004); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.510986
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