Special Issue "Remote Sensors for Applications at Multi-Acquisition Levels and Resolutions"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 August 2019).
Interests: remote sensing; Amazon; carbon cycle; degradation, fire, forest ecology
Interests: agricultural remote sensing; spectral behaviour of vegetation; hyperspectral remote sensing and agricultural statistics
Interests: oceanography; remote sensing; biophysical models; fisheries, marine conservation
This Special Issue is dedicated to the XIX Brazilian Symposium on Remote Sensing (XIX SBSR), 14–17April 2019, taking place in Santos, Brazil. It aims to accept manuscripts (review and original research articles) that highlight the latest achievements in the use of remote sensors for applications at multi-acquisition levels and resolutions. This is an open call for contributions. Despite the focus on the XIX SBSR, submissions are not limited to papers presented at the symposium. We seek original and innovative contributions that involve (but are not restricted to) sensor applications, sensing systems and principles, remote sensors, machine learning and modelling approaches, multispectral imaging, hyperspectral imaging, signal processing, data fusion and deep learning, and integrated sensor or internet-of-things technologies, among others. Papers that tackle complex Earth Observation issues by integrating traditional areas of application (e.g., agriculture, geology, oceanography) are also encouraged.
Dr. Luiz E. O. C. Aragão
Dr. Ieda Del’Arco Sanches
Dr. Douglas F. M. Gherardi
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- multi-level remote sensing
- multi-sensor remote sensing
- image processing
- internet of things
- data fusion and deep learning
- tropical environments
- sensing systems