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Department Disaster Information Research Division
Date 2016
Publication No. 11-1750140-000137-14
Title Improvement of Demand and Supply of Satellite Imagery and Developement of Application Systems for Disaster Management (commission)
Researcher Kim, JinYoung et al
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Abstract Ⅰ. Title
Improvement of demand and supply of satellite imagery and development of application systems for disaster management

Ⅱ. Research Objectives
1. Establishment of plans to utilize a new antenna system directly receiving satellite data
- Proposing annual plans of satellite imagery acquisition and related matters
2. Development of satellite-based application systems for disaster response and analysis
- Developing satellite-based automated analysis modules and systems by disaster type (i.e., snow, drought, and ground subsidence)
3. Establishment of strategic plans and directions for developing new satellites for disaster monitoring and response
- Extracting missions and technical specifications of new satellites
4. Improvement of the display system in the Disaster Situation Analysis Center
- Proposing satellite data analysis and monitoring systems using the Disaster Situation Analysis Center

Ⅲ. Research Content
1. Establishment of plans to utilize a new antenna system directly receiving satellite data
- Proposing annual plans of satellite imagery acquisition and related basic technologies
- Proposing disaster-related application and analysis plans using satellite data
directly receiving from the new antenna system
- Analyzing the expandability of the new antenna system
2. Development of satellite-based application systems for disaster response and
analysis
- Developing a satellite-based automated system to analyze heavy snow
- Developing satellite-based drought and land subsidence monitoring systems
3. Establishment of strategic plans and directions for developing new satellites for
disaster monitoring and response
- Extracting missions and technical specifications of new satellites
- Proposing developmental plans by satellite component
- Proposing developmental strategies, demanding manpower, and budget
4. Improvement of the display system in the Disaster Situation Analysis Center
- Improving orbital tracking and the display system
- Developing a scheduler managing operational satellites for disaster management
- Studying satellite data analysis and monitoring schemes in the Disaster Situation Analysis Center
- Improving the display system and supporting related-systems in the Center

Ⅳ. Research Results
1. Establishment of plans to utilize a new antenna system directly receiving
satellite data
- Establishment of annual plans of satellite imagery acquisition and construction of
related infrastructure
- Analysis of the current status of disaster monitoring and response using satellite
data
- Analysis of the expandability of the new system by component
2. Development of satellite-based application systems for disaster response and
analysis
- Development of the satellite-based automated system to analyze heavy snow
and its impact on major facilities and agricultural land using GIS
- Development of the MODIS-based drought monitoring module and system
- Development of the LANDSAT-8-based water body extraction module and system
- Development of the ground subsidence module and link to ENVI SARscape
3. Establishment of strategic plans and directions for developing new satellites for disaster monitoring and response
- Establishment of missions and technical specifications of new satellites for
disaster monitoring and response
- Establishment of developmental plans by satellite component
- Establishment of developmental strategies, demanding manpower, and budget
4. Improvement of the display system in the Disaster Situation Analysis Center
- Improvement of the display system (e.g., looking angles, 2D/3D swath display)
- Improvement of the graphic display of the scheduler managing operational satellites (i.e., improving visibility)
- Establishment of the monitoring schemes by satellite and disaster type for effective management of the Disaster Situation Analysis Center
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