KEYWORDS: Environmental monitoring, Statistical analysis, Detection and tracking algorithms, Data modeling, Data storage, Computing systems, Ocean optics, Data processing, Microwave radiation, Systems modeling
Development of remote monitoring systems (RMS) demands the decision of some problems of the organisation of data flows of measurements. These systems the important place is occupied with the systems focused on studying of marine systems. The technique of detection offered in given work and identification of the abnormal phenomena in the marine environment (microwave and optical) combines presence with application of possibilities of remote measurements algorithmic and the software, allowing to solve measurement and detection problems in real time.
The effective decision of these problems is impossible without wide introduction in practice of researches of the automated systems of gathering, storage and data processing on the basis of modern computer systems with application of technology of open systems
In this paper presented, a remote monitoring system for detecting anomalies on the sea surface is considered. Estimates of the effectiveness of a multichannel solver are obtained. As an informative sign of waiting for the detection of anomalies on the sea surface, a model of the "spotting" of the surveyed surface was developed on the basis of empirical data. Also estimates were obtained of the feasibility of the fixing block RMS in the case of mobile anomalies The experimental verification of the effectiveness of the algorithms considered is based on data from the "Intercosmos-21" satellite for the Pacific regions.
Proc. SPIE. 9975, Remote Sensing and Modeling of Ecosystems for Sustainability XIII
KEYWORDS: Environmental monitoring, Data modeling, Satellites, Remote sensing, Geographic information systems, Data processing, Information technology, Chemical elements, Environmental sensing, Systems modeling
This paper is directed to the widening of cumulative experience in the development of effective and reliable information modeling technologies for the equipping of microwave and optical monitoring of hydrological systems having different spatial scales. The problem urgency is caused by the necessity of perfecting the existing information technologies including Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) in the direction of broadening their functions and optimization of instrumental tools for hydrological monitoring with the orientation on the detection of extreme hydrological processes. GIMS - technology develops GIS technology towards the realization of the formula: GIMS = GIS + model. In other words, the functions of GIS enlivened by the introduction of a new grid-time scale. The result is a forecasting tool and, therefore, may carry out a dynamic integration of environmental information.