LIDAR APPLICATIONS FOR EARTH OBSERVATION MISSIONS
Active remote sensing is a method of detecting bodies and phenomena and includes a wide range of active sensors, able to provide the data required to create images or electronic models of the monitored area, with multiple civilian and military applications. LIDAR is an important technology, with high impact on the development of robotics, automation of the manufacturing process and the development of fully automated and autonomous means of land, air and sea. LIDAR, as an active sensor, determines the distance of an object on the Earth’s surface and ensures the high-resolution mapping of the terrestrial surface, the obtained image having higher spatial resolution. Data provided by this sensor ensures the creation of high-precision digital maps, providing the information support for military and civilian activities
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