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College of Arts & Sciences
Hazards & Vulnerability Research Institute


Remote Sensing Planning Tool

                                                                                                                                                                                                              

Principal Investigator:  Dr. Michael E. Hodgson

 

Abstract

The Remote Sensing Planning Tool (RESPT) is a web-based decision support tool guiding managers and scientists interested in the process of acquiring and analyzing remotely sensed imagery for diverse applications in emergencies.  

 

Publications

Liu, S. and M.E. Hodgson, 2016. Satellite image acquisition planning for large area disaster emergency response", ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 118: 13-21.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.isprsjprs.2016.04.007

Liu, S. and M.E. Hodgson, 2013. Optimizing large area coverage from multiple satellite-sensors, GIScience & Remote Sensing 50(6): 652-666.

Hodgson, M.E. and B.A. Davis, Y. Cheng, J. Miller, 2010. Modeling remote sensing satellite collection opportunity likelihood for hurricane disaster response, Cartography and Geographical Information Science,7(1): 7-15. 

Hodgson, M.E. and B. Kar, 2008. Modeling the potential swath coverage of nadir and off-nadir pointing remote sensing satellite-sensor systems, Cartography and Geographical Information Science, 35(3): 147-156.