Proceedings of the 6th China High Resolution Earth Observation Conference (CHREOC 2019)

Liheng Wang (Redaktør) ; Yirong Wu (Redaktør) ; Jianya Gong (Redaktør)

Serie: Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering 657

This book gathers the proceedings of the 6th China High Resolution Earth Observation Conference (CHREOC). Since its inception, the conference series has become an influential academic event in the earth detection area and attracted more and more top experts and industry practitioners in related fields. Les mer
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This book gathers the proceedings of the 6th China High Resolution Earth Observation Conference (CHREOC). Since its inception, the conference series has become an influential academic event in the earth detection area and attracted more and more top experts and industry practitioners in related fields. CHREOC chiefly focuses on popular topics including military-civilian integration, the One Belt and One Road initiative, and the transformation of scientific research achievements, while also discussing new ideas, new technologies, new methods, and new developments. The CHREOC conferences have effectively promoted high-level institutional mechanisms, technological innovation, and industrial upgrading in the high-resolution earth observation area, and sparked new interest in the major national-sponsored project CHREOS.

The majority of the contributing authors are researchers and experts participating in the CHREOS project. The papers highlight new findings, technical innovations, and research directions in the field of high-resolution earth observation. All articles have undergone several rounds of expert review and reflect cutting-edge advances. Accordingly, the proceedings offer an informative and valuable resource for both academic research and engineering practice.

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New concept and frontier theory of Earth observation.- System platform and overall technology.- Advanced loading technology.- High-efficiency processing technology.- Application technology for earth observation.- Military-civilian integration and Business development.- Fusion application of remote sensing and navigation technology.

Om forfatteren

Liheng Wang has long been engaged in missile power research and space engineering management. He presided over the development of China's first sea defence missile solid engine, which was successfully used in anti-ship missile and achieved a significant technological leap. He served as the leader of the "five-star working group" of the aerospace ministry (1990) and achieved the first successful launch of five satellites in one year. He served as the deputy general commander of China's manned space program (1999-2002), led and organized the development and test of test ships and launch vehicles, and completed the launch and recovery of Shenzhou I and II. He was the first to develop weapons and equipment as a group company at the same time, realized the continuous key defence of first flight weapons and equipment and test success, and completed the new model and important stage of setting up a development task. He led and organized the establishment and implementation of several major space projects, actively promoted the management and innovation of space engineering, and made significant contributions to the sustainable development of China's space industry.

Yirong Wu is currently the director of Aerospace Information Research Institute (AIR), Chinese Academy of Sciences and the academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences. He received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. from Beijing Institute of Technology in 1985 and 1988, respectively, and his Ph.D. from IECAS in 2001. He joined the IECAS in 1988. He is the leading expert in the realm of information science in China, and he has been making an important contribution to the development and progress of information science and technology in China. He has published over 100 papers in the field of information science, and he is the member of Degrees Committee of the State Council. He has been in charge of several national major projects, and he has won the National Prize for Progress in Science and Technology for several times. He is the chief scientist of the National Basic Research Program of China (973 Program) and the information technology expert of the National High Technology Research and Development Program (863 Program). He is currently the Editor-in-Chief for Journal of Electronics & Information Technology, Microsystems & Nanoengineering, and Journal of Radars.

Jianya Gong is the surveying and mapping and geographic information scientist. In 2011, he was elected as a member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is a Professor of Wuhan University, Former Chairman of the Sixth Committee of the International Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing and mainly engaged in geographic information theory and geometric remote sensing basic research. In the early 1990s, the concept and data model of object-oriented GIS were proposed. It has now become the mainstream technology of GIS software, and it has taken the lead in the development of object-oriented GIS software GeoStar, which has been widely used in many fields such as mapping, land and power management in China. In terms of photogrammetry and remote sensing, he proposed the generalized geometric imaging model and accurate processing method of remote sensing, presided over the development of China's remote sensing satellite ground processing system, and greatly improved the self-positioning accuracy of domestic remote sensing satellite images. He has won 1 first prize for national scientific and technological progress, 3 second prizes, and 1 Dolezal Achievement Award from the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS).