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Lecture 33 | 🛰️ REMOTE SENSING | PART 1
 
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In this Video ( हिंदी ) : REMOTE SENSING : 🛰️ Concept of Remote Sensing 👍 Advantages 🚫 Limitations --------------------- __ Audio Language : Hindi – हिंदी __ ************************* This video course is useful for Civil engineering students whom have subject of : Modern Surveying / Advanced Surveying / Surveying 2 and 3. ----------------- Content of this video series : ( हिंदी ) ✪ Tacheometric Surveying : Introduction, purpose, principle, instruments, stadia, constants, methods, of, tacheometry, anallatic, lens, subtense, bar, field, work, in, tacheometry, reduction, of, readings, errors, and, precisions, ✪ Geodetic Surveying : Principle and Classification of triangulation system- Selection of base line and stations- Orders of triangulation- Triangulation figures- Station marks and signals- marking signals- Extension of base, Reduction of Center, Selection and marking of stations ✪ Theory of Errors : Introduction, types of errors, definitions, laws of accidental errors, laws of weights, theory of least squares, rules for giving weights and distribution of errors to the field observations, determination of the most probable values of quantities. ✪ Field Astronomy: Introduction, purposes, astronomical terms, determination of azimuth, latitude , longitude and time corrections to the observations. ✪ Aerial photogrammetry : Introduction, Principle, Uses, Aerial camera, Aerial photographs, Definitions, Scale of vertical and tilted photograph,, Ground Co-ordinates, Displacements and errors, Ground control, Procedure of aerial survey, Photo maps and mosaics, Stereoscopes, Parallax bar. ✪ Modern Surveying Instruments: Introduction, Electromagnetic spectrum, Electromagnetic distance measurement, Total station, Digital self-leveling levels , scanners for topographical survey. ✪ Remote Sensing- Introduction, Principles of energy interaction in atmosphere and earth surface features, Image interpretation techniques, visual interpretation, Digital image processing, Global Positioning system ✪ Geographical Information System- Definition of GIS, Key Components of GIS, Functions of GIS, Spatial data, spatial information system Geospatial analysis, Integration of Remote sensing and GIS, and Applications in Civil Engineering. ********************* 🔰 VIJAY PARMAR 🔰
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RS2.2 - Optical remote sensing: Image formation
 
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This video is part of the Australian National University course 'Advanced Remote Sensing and GIS' (ENVS3019 / ENVS6319). Web site: http://www.wenfo.org/wald/advanced-remote-sensing/
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Acquiring Data from Sensors and Instruments Using MATLAB
 
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Free MATLAB Trial: https://goo.gl/yXuXnS Request a Quote: https://goo.gl/wNKDSg Contact Us: https://goo.gl/RjJAkE Learn more about MATLAB: https://goo.gl/8QV7ZZ Learn more about Simulink: https://goo.gl/nqnbLe In this webinar, we will discuss the latest data acquisition capabilities provided by MATLAB and the test and measurement toolboxes. These products enable you to control and acquire data from external sources including sensors such as thermocouples and IEPE accelerometers, sound cards, oscilloscopes, arbitrary waveform generators, and signal analyzers. Through discussion and product demonstrations, you will see how you can use the data acquisition products to: • Acquire data from thermocouples, IEPE accelerometers and sound cards • Generate a PWM signal using counter/timers on DAQ hardware • Connect to a Bluetooth sensor or device • Control and acquire data from oscilloscopes without writing code • Control a stepper motor using Digital I/O
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RS3.7 - Radar: measurement principle
 
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This video is part of the Australian National University course 'Advanced Remote Sensing and GIS' (ENVS3019 / ENVS6319).
Views: 10910 Albert VanDijk
What is REMOTE SENSING? What does REMOTE SENSING mean? REMOTE SENSING meaning & explanation
 
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What is REMOTE SENSING? What does REMOTE SENSING mean? REMOTE SENSING meaning - REMOTE SENSING definition - REMOTE SENSING explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Remote sensing is the acquisition of information about an object or phenomenon without making physical contact with the object and thus in contrast to on-site observation. Remote sensing is used in numerous fields, including geography and most Earth Science disciplines (for example, hydrology, ecology , oceanography, glaciology, geology); it also has military, intelligence, commercial, economic, planning, and humanitarian applications. In current usage, the term "remote sensing" generally refers to the use of satellite- or aircraft-based sensor technologies to detect and classify objects on Earth, including on the surface and in the atmosphere and oceans, based on propagated signals (e.g. electromagnetic radiation). It may be split into "active" remote sensing (i.e., when a signal is emitted by a satellite or aircraft and its reflection by the object is detected by the sensor) and "passive" remote sensing (i.e., when the reflection of sunlight is detected by the sensor). Passive sensors gather radiation that is emitted or reflected by the object or surrounding areas. Reflected sunlight is the most common source of radiation measured by passive sensors. Examples of passive remote sensors include film photography, infrared, charge-coupled devices, and radiometers. Active collection, on the other hand, emits energy in order to scan objects and areas whereupon a sensor then detects and measures the radiation that is reflected or backscattered from the target. RADAR and LiDAR are examples of active remote sensing where the time delay between emission and return is measured, establishing the location, speed and direction of an object. Remote sensing makes it possible to collect data of dangerous or inaccessible areas. Remote sensing applications include monitoring deforestation in areas such as the Amazon Basin, glacial features in Arctic and Antarctic regions, and depth sounding of coastal and ocean depths. Military collection during the Cold War made use of stand-off collection of data about dangerous border areas. Remote sensing also replaces costly and slow data collection on the ground, ensuring in the process that areas or objects are not disturbed. Orbital platforms collect and transmit data from different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum, which in conjunction with larger scale aerial or ground-based sensing and analysis, provides researchers with enough information to monitor trends such as El Nino and other natural long and short term phenomena. Other uses include different areas of the earth sciences such as natural resource management, agricultural fields such as land usage and conservation, and national security and overhead, ground-based and stand-off collection on border areas.
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Passive Microwave Remote Sensing Techniques for Studying Climate
 
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Professor Albin J. Gasiewski introduces various manners in which microwave radiation can be used to study climate. This is an excerpt from ECEN 5254, Remote Sensing Signals and System. For more information please see: http://cuengineeringonline.colorado.edu/coursedb/view-course/317
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Homemade Mind Controlled TV Remote
 
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Infrared receivers (sensors)--analysis of TV remote control signals via Oscilloscope
 
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Shows the analysis of a signal from a 38 kHz TV remote control received using an Infrared phototransistor and an IR receiving module. The signal is displayed on an oscilloscope.
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Lecture 2b GPS Signals
 
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Introduction to GPS
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Signals and systems-Introduction
 
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In this session we will discuss what is a signals ,what is a system and applications of signals. Signal is a function of one or more variables that conveys some information. If a signal is a function of single variable it is called one dimensional. E.g Audio signal. The signal which is a function of more than one variable is known as multi-dimensional. E.g Image signal. A system is an entity that process the input signals and produces a new signal. E.g: Communication systems Signals are closely associated in our day-to-day life.Following are few examples of signal and systems: 1.)Communication system 2.) Control Systems 3.) Microelectromechanical systems 4.) Remote sensing 5.) Biomedical signal Processing 6.) Auditory systems
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Remote sensing
 
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Remote sensing is the acquisition of information about an object or phenomenon without making physical contact with the object and thus in contrast to in situ observation. In modern usage, the term generally refers to the use of aerial sensor technologies to detect and classify objects on Earth (both on the surface, and in the atmosphere and oceans) by means of propagated signals (e.g. electromagnetic radiation). It may be split into active remote sensing, when a signal is first emitted from aircraft or satellites) or passive (e.g. sunlight) when information is merely recorded. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Remote sensing - Video Learning - WizScience.com
 
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"Remote sensing" is the acquisition of information about an object or phenomenon without making physical contact with the object and thus in contrast to on site observation. Remote sensing is a sub-field of geography. In modern usage, the term generally refers to the use of aerial sensor technologies to detect and classify objects on Earth by means of propagated signals . It may be split into active remote sensing or passive when information is merely recorded. Passive sensors gather radiation that is emitted or reflected by the object or surrounding areas. Reflected sunlight is the most common source of radiation measured by passive sensors. Examples of passive remote sensors include film photography, infrared, charge-coupled devices, and radiometers. Active collection, on the other hand, emits energy in order to scan objects and areas whereupon a sensor then detects and measures the radiation that is reflected or backscattered from the target. RADAR and LiDAR are examples of active remote sensing where the time delay between emission and return is measured, establishing the location, speed and direction of an object. Remote sensing makes it possible to collect data of dangerous or inaccessible areas. Remote sensing applications include monitoring deforestation in areas such as the Amazon Basin, glacial features in Arctic and Antarctic regions, and depth sounding of coastal and ocean depths. Military collection during the Cold War made use of stand-off collection of data about dangerous border areas. Remote sensing also replaces costly and slow data collection on the ground, ensuring in the process that areas or objects are not disturbed. Wiz Science™ is "the" learning channel for children and all ages. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Disclaimer: This video is for your information only. The author or publisher does not guarantee the accuracy of the content presented in this video. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Background Music: "The Place Inside" by Silent Partner (royalty-free) from YouTube Audio Library. This video uses material/images from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Remote+sensing, which is released under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . This video is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . To reuse/adapt the content in your own work, you must comply with the license terms.
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what is digital and analog signal in hindi????
 
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10 04 2017 Overview of SAR Remote Sensing
 
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Shri Shashi Kumar
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Types of Sensors│ Different types of sensors│ Classification of sensor│
 
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Types of Sensors│ Different types of sensors│ Classification of sensor│ Hi everybody, today I will share about Types of Sensor. This video you learn following about Types of Sensor. Sensors are classified based on the nature of quantity they measure. Following are the types of sensors with few examples. 1. Acoustic and sound sensors. A sensor is used to measure sense an environment and converts this information into a digital or analogue data signal that can be interpreted by a computer or observer. An acoustic wave sensor is an electronic device that can measure sound levels. For Example, Microphone, Hydrophone. 2. Automotive sensors. Automotive sensor is one of the largest sensor companies in the world, with innovative sensor solutions that help customers transform concepts into smart, connected creations. For example, Speedometer, Radar gun, Speedometer, fuel ratio meter. 3. Chemical Sensors. A chemical sensor is a device that transforms chemical information composition, presence of a particular element or ion, concentration, chemical activity, partial pressure into an analytically useful signal. For example, Ph sensor, Sensors to detect presences of different gases or liquids. 4. Electric and Magnetic Sensors. Magnetic sensors differ from most other detectors in that they do not directly measure the physical property of interest For example, Galvanometer, Hall sensor measures flux density, Metal detector. 5. Environmental Sensors. Environmental sensors include barometric pressure sensors as well as integrated environmental sensors. These integrated sensors combine barometric air pressure, humidity, ambient air temperature sensing functions as well as air quality measuring. For example, Rain gauge, snow gauge, moisture sensor. 6. Optical Sensors. Optical sensors are electronic detectors that convert light, or a change in light, into an electronic signal. They are used in many industrial and consumer applications, For example, Photo diode, Photo transistor, Wave front sensor. 7. Mechanical Sensors. Mechanical sensors are used for positioning and limit switch tasks on machine tools and presses, flexible production centers, robots, assembly and conveying equipment, and in machine and plant construction. For decades, they have proven their worth as the traditional strongmen of automation. For example, Strain Gauge, Potential meter measures displacement. 8. Thermal and Temperature sensors. The thermal response of a temperature sensor is the speed at which it responds to a sudden change in temperature. Thermal response time is the time taken for the sensor to react to this change in temperature. For example, Calorimeter, Thermocouple, Thermostat, Gordon gauge. 9. Proximity and Presences sensors A proximity or presences sensor is the one which is able to detect the presences of nearby objects without any physical contact. They usually emit electromagnetic radiations and detect the changes in reflected signal if any. For example, Doppler radar, Motion detector. Thanks for watching my tutorial videos. More videos please subscribe my channel learning engineering. Content source by https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=sensors Picture source by https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=sensors
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Infrared sensor in TV caused remote control not to work.
 
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Every now and then someone brings in a remote control for repair, and I come to discover their remote control is working fine, but they have problem with their TVs infrared sensor. In this video I show what the sensor looks like and talk a little about testing them.
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VIETNAM Breaking News: Vietnam uses remote sensing to monitor rice production
 
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VIETNAM Breaking News: Vietnam uses remote sensing to monitor rice production SOURCE :https://en.vietnamplus.vn//vietnam-uses-remote-sensing-to-monitor-rice-production/120114.vnp Signals collected from the satellite every six or 12 days can help calculate rice productivity in Vietnam Source VNA Hanoi VNA – The use of satellite earth observation date to monitor rice production in the Red River and Mekong Deltas was discuss...
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How Does LiDAR Remote Sensing Work? Light Detection and Ranging
 
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Lecture 22 | AERIAL PHOTOGRAMMETRY - हिंदी | PART 1
 
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In this Video ( हिंदी ) : AERIAL PHOTOGRAMMETRY : ✷ Introduction ✷ Use of Photogrammetry ✷ Aerial Camera ✷ Types of Photograph ----------------------- __ Audio Language : Hindi – हिंदी __ ************************* This video course is useful for Civil engineering students whom have subject of : Modern Surveying / Advanced Surveying / Surveying 2 and 3. ----------------- Content of this video series : ( हिंदी ) ✪ Tacheometric Surveying : Introduction, purpose, principle, instruments, stadia, constants, methods, of, tacheometry, anallatic, lens, subtense, bar, field, work, in, tacheometry, reduction, of, readings, errors, and, precisions, ✪ Geodetic Surveying : Principle and Classification of triangulation system- Selection of base line and stations- Orders of triangulation- Triangulation figures- Station marks and signals- marking signals- Extension of base, Reduction of Centre, Selection and marking of stations ✪ Theory of Errors : Introduction, types of errors, definitions, laws of accidental errors, laws of weights, theory of least squares, rules for giving weights and distribution of errors to the field observations, determination of the most probable values of quantities. ✪ Field Astronomy: Introduction, purposes, astronomical terms, determination of azimuth, latitude , longitude and time corrections to the observations. ✪ Aerial photogrammetry : Introduction, Principle, Uses, Aerial camera, Aerial photographs, Definitions, Scale of vertical and tilted photograph,, Ground Co-ordinates, Displacements and errors, Ground control, Procedure of aerial survey, Photomaps and mosaics, Stereoscopes, Parallax bar. ✪ Modern Surveying Instruments: Introduction, Electromagnetic spectrum, Electromagnetic distance measurement, Total station, Digital self-leveling levels , scanners for topographical survey. ✪ Remote Sensing- Introduction, Principles of energy interaction in atmosphere and earth surface features, Image interpretation techniques, visual interpretation, Digital image processing, Global Positioning system ✪ Geographical Information System- Definition of GIS, Key Components of GIS, Functions of GIS, Spatialdata, spatial information system Geospatial analysis, Integration of Remote sensing and GIS, and Applications in Civil Engineering. ********************* - VIJAY PARMAR
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What is DATA ACQUISITION? What does DATA ACQUISITION mean? DATA ACQUISITION meaning
 
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Multivariate probability model for 3-layer remote sensing
 
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We develop a multivariate probability model for a 3-layer radiative transfer equation, which can be used to predict the stochastic nature of measured signals for multispectral and hyperspectral remote sensing applications. A multivariate 3-layer model is particularly important because the remote sensing problem is typically clutter limited, meaning that variability from the scene - temporal or spatial changes in environmental parameters collectively called “clutter” - is greater than sensor noise and thus is the limiting factor in determining whether a particular target of interest can be detected. Our model is derived from physical considerations regarding expected statistics for blackbody radiation, transmission, and radiance, and is described by the Johnson system of distributions. With the model we obtain pdfs of the target radiance, background radiances, and thermal contrast, and obtain new physical insights on the remote sensing scenario.
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Density Based Traffic Signal System using Microcontroller
 
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How is LiDAR remote sensing used for Autonomous vehicles?
 
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Self-driving cars are now a reality. Take a look around. Cars are already driving themselves on the roads of California, Texas, Arizona, Washington, Pennsylvania, Michigan and many more cities. Though, currently they are restricted to specific test areas and driving conditions. But how exactly do they work? Just like humans they also face issues of traffic congestion, rash driving, potholes, trees and other obstacles on the road. But again…How do they change lane, keep a safe distance from other vehicles passing by and how do they identify roadblocks. Let’s take a closer look at how they handle such situations smoothly? You might have noticed a rotating device installed on top of this autonomous vehicle. Sometimes these devices are mounted on the bonnet. This device is called LiDAR. It acts as the eye of self-driving vehicles providing a 360-degree view of its surroundings in order to enable safe driving. Continuously rotating LiDAR system sends thousands of laser pulses every second. These pulses collide with the various objects around the vehicle and reflect back the signals. These light reflections are then used to create a 3D point cloud. An onboard computer records each laser’s reflection point and translates this rapidly updating point cloud… into an animated 3D representation. #Lidar #Autonomous #gis
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NS6 Experiment
 
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A prelimnary look at the Minnesota NanoSat6 Experiment of using Earth relfected GPS signals for remote sensing and proximity detection applications.
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Turning Sensors into Signals: Humanizing IoT with Old Smartphones and the Web by Rambimba Karanjai
 
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People are already tired of the over-promise of IoT - the slew of marginally useful products, the overly confusing and crowded developer space, and endless examples of how to turn an LED on and off. Take a break, step back from the crowd, and come learn how to solve real human problems with that old phone that's collecting dust on your shelf. About Rabimba Karanjai Full Time Graduate Researcher, part time hacker and FOSS enthusiast I used to write code for Watson and do a bunch of other things at their lab (mostly deals with algorithm,NLP, Ontologies,reading papers among other stuff). At present intern at Almaden Research Center. And crawling my way towards a PhD at RICE University. My present interest deviates towards security. I have spoken in past at -WikiConference USA 2014 -Open Source Bridge 2015 -Hong Kong OpenSource 2015 -FOSSDEM -MozFest About Dietrich Ayala Technical Evangelist at Mozilla.
TV Doesn"t respond to remote, Here's why.
 
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http://www.tvrepairinfo.com/ A TV was brought in my shop for repair because it would not respond to remote control. I figured it was due to the infrared transistor in the TV being bad, but it turned out that volume control switch had become shorted due to water getting under it, and it created a conductive path which disabled many of the other functions from operating, including the remote control. This video shows the process I went through before discovering the fault. Even tho this tactile switch was obviously shorted, there have been occasions where I could not detect the problem using my ohmmeter due to its intermittent nature.
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Lecture 9 | GEODETIC SURVEYING - हिंदी | PART 4
 
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In this Video ( हिंदी) : GEODETIC SURVEYING : ~ Station marks ~ Signals ~ Towers ~ Equipment required in Triangulation ~ Site selection for Base line 1. Wheeler’s method 2. Jaderin’s Method ----------------------- __ Audio Language : Hindi – हिंदी __ ************************* This video course is useful for Civil engineering students whom have subject of : Modern Surveying / Advanced Surveying / Surveying 2 and 3. ----------------- Content of this video series : (हिंदी) ★ Tacheometric Surveying : Introduction, purpose, principle, instruments, stadia, constants, methods, of, tacheometry, anallatic, lens, subtense, bar, field, work, in, tacheometry, reduction, of, readings, errors, and, precisions, ★ Geodetic Surveying : Principle and Classification of triangulation system- Selection of base line and stations- Orders of triangulation- Triangulation figures- Station marks and signals- marking signals- Extension of base, Reduction of Centre, Selection and marking of stations ★ Theory of Errors : Introduction, types of errors, definitions, laws of accidental errors, laws of weights, theory of least squares, rules for giving weights and distribution of errors to the field observations, determination of the most probable values of quantities. ★ Field Astronomy: Introduction, purposes, astronomical terms, determination of azimuth, latitude , longitude and time corrections to the observations. ★ Aerial photogrammetry : Introduction, Principle, Uses, Aerial camera, Aerial photographs, Definitions, Scale of vertical and tilted photograph,, Ground Co-ordinates, Displacements and errors, Ground control, Procedure of aerial survey, Photomaps and mosaics, Stereoscopes, Parallax bar. ★ Modern Surveying Instruments: Introduction, Electromagnetic spectrum, Electromagnetic distance measurement, Total station, Digital self-leveling levels , scanners for topographical survey. ★ Remote Sensing- Introduction, Principles of energy interaction in atmosphere and earth surface features, Image interpretation techniques, visual interpretation, Digital image processing, Global Positioning system ★ Geographical Information System- Definition of GIS, Key Components of GIS, Functions of GIS, Spatialdata, spatial information system Geospatial analysis, Integration of Remote sensing and GIS, and Applications in Civil Engineering. ********************* - VIJAY PARMAR
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How It Works -  Infrared Remote Control
 
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In this video I try to briefly explain how infrared remote control works. This video was inspired by my last two projects, both involving IR remote controls. This isn't a comprehensive description, but it does explain the basics. Music track: "Hustle" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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GPS Signal (Civilian Perspective)
 
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GPS Signal (Civilian Perspective)
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SAR Image Signal Processing 5/7 (Indonesian Version) : Range Doppler Algorithm (RDA)
 
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SAR Image Signal Processing 5/7 (Indonesian Version) : Range Doppler Algorithm (RDA) by Prof Josaphat Tetuko Sri Sumantyo Josaphat Microwave Remote Sensing Laboratory (JMRSL) Chiba University, Japan http://www2.cr.chiba-u.jp/jmrsl/
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Remote Sensing Laboratory Helicopter Pilots' Wildland Fire Training at the NNSS
 
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Another wildland fire season is upon us, and nowhere is the threat of a wildland fire more prevalent than the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). The 1,365 square miles of NNSS have high terrain, thick vegetation in more rugged, inaccessible areas, and a consistent threat of lightning strikes from erratic weather that highlights the summer months. It makes sense, then, that the NNSS Fire and Rescue (F&R) department would rely on the quick-responding expertise of some of our own airborne assets, namely the pilots of the Aerial Measuring program at the Remote Sensing Laboratory (RSL). When RSL pilots at Nellis Air Force Base aren’t traveling the country conducting aerial survey missions, they are on standby to assist F&R with water drops on potential fires anywhere on the NNSS. Last week, those pilots underwent extensive flight training to get ready, mastering skills in dipping water from a large bladder, or pumpkin, positioned at Desert Rock Airstrip, and dumping 144 gallons on random targets called in by first responders positioned around far corners of the runway. “The training at Desert Rock went extremely well,” says Capt. Bill Nixon, lead member of the F&R helitack crew that working with the Bell 411 helicopter, coined “Energy 11.” “The pilots are mastering new techniques for attaching and detaching the bucket, and they conducted multiple dips and drops, which included drops on slope targets.” The RSL support is part of a Memorandum of Understanding with F&R that also includes aerial observation during wildland fire events. These observation flights provide situational awareness that is necessary for effectively position resources and planning tactics. The helicopter also can be used to haul crews and equipment, dropping them in the vicinity of a fire. Early control of a wildfire avoids both expending significant resources to manage a later stage fire and also can minimize or eliminate fire damage to facilities and infrastructure. The pumpkin water drop operations can be one of the most challenging aspects of wildland fire support. Pilots must position the Bell 411 directly over the large bladder, which from the air seems quite small, dip the bucket into the water, and withdraw it straight up into the air as to not spill or topple the bucket. The pilots then fly out to a specific location as designated by firefighters on the ground. Although a real, raging fire might be visible from the air, locating a specific target for ground support can be harder. Ground crews vector in the helicopter using a radio, calling out clock-like coordinates, and requesting drops sometimes within less than 100 yards of their position. During last week’s training, pilots worked to perfection, sometimes missing their marks, but always return to give it another shot. By the end of the 3-day training cycle, all four RSL pilots were scoring direct hits with skill and precision. When the RSL aircrews participate in wildland firefighting support, they not only gain flight proficiency, but also valuable experience working within the command structure established to manage the fire emergency. Their integration into the planning, tactics, operations, and effectiveness evaluation provides actual experiences that reinforce and cement the skills learned during drills and exercise involving radiological emergency response.
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Lecture 26 | AERIAL PHOTOGRAMMETRY - हिंदी | PART 5
 
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In this Video ( हिंदी ) : AERIAL PHOTOGRAMMETRY : 👓 Stereoscopic vision 🌓 Parallax in aerial stereoscopic views 🐤 Pigeon mounted camera (Just a video) ----------------------- __ Audio Language : Hindi – हिंदी __ ************************* This video course is useful for Civil engineering students whom have subject of : Modern Surveying / Advanced Surveying / Surveying 2 and 3. ----------------- Content of this video series : ( हिंदी ) ✪ Tacheometric Surveying : Introduction, purpose, principle, instruments, stadia, constants, methods, of, tacheometry, anallatic, lens, subtense, bar, field, work, in, tacheometry, reduction, of, readings, errors, and, precisions, ✪ Geodetic Surveying : Principle and Classification of triangulation system- Selection of base line and stations- Orders of triangulation- Triangulation figures- Station marks and signals- marking signals- Extension of base, Reduction of Centre, Selection and marking of stations ✪ Theory of Errors : Introduction, types of errors, definitions, laws of accidental errors, laws of weights, theory of least squares, rules for giving weights and distribution of errors to the field observations, determination of the most probable values of quantities. ✪ Field Astronomy: Introduction, purposes, astronomical terms, determination of azimuth, latitude , longitude and time corrections to the observations. ✪ Aerial photogrammetry : Introduction, Principle, Uses, Aerial camera, Aerial photographs, Definitions, Scale of vertical and tilted photograph,, Ground Co-ordinates, Displacements and errors, Ground control, Procedure of aerial survey, Photomaps and mosaics, Stereoscopes, Parallax bar. ✪ Modern Surveying Instruments: Introduction, Electromagnetic spectrum, Electromagnetic distance measurement, Total station, Digital self-leveling levels , scanners for topographical survey. ✪ Remote Sensing- Introduction, Principles of energy interaction in atmosphere and earth surface features, Image interpretation techniques, visual interpretation, Digital image processing, Global Positioning system ✪ Geographical Information System- Definition of GIS, Key Components of GIS, Functions of GIS, Spatialdata, spatial information system Geospatial analysis, Integration of Remote sensing and GIS, and Applications in Civil Engineering. ********************* - VIJAY PARMAR
Views: 6802 Vijay Parmar
Remote tactile sensing system integrated with magnetic synapse
 
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Remote tactile sensing system integrated with magnetic synapse. Sunjong Oh et al (2017), Scientific Reports https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-17277-2 Mechanoreceptors in a fingertip convert external tactile stimulations into electrical signals, which are transmitted by the nervous system through synaptic transmitters and then perceived by the brain with high accuracy and reliability. Inspired by the human synapse system, this paper reports a robust tactile sensing system consisting of a remote touch tip and a magnetic synapse. External pressure on the remote touch tip is transferred in the form of air pressure to the magnetic synapse, where its variation is converted into electrical signals. The developed system has high sensitivity and a wide dynamic range. The remote sensing system demonstrated tactile capabilities over wide pressure range with a minimum detectable pressure of 6 Pa. In addition, it could measure tactile stimulation up to 1,000 Hz without distortion and hysteresis, owing to the separation of the touching and sensing parts. The excellent performance of the system in terms of surface texture discrimination, heartbeat measurement from the human wrist, and satisfactory detection quality in water indicates that it has considerable potential for various mechanosensory applications in different environments.
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Lecture 6 | GEODETIC  SURVEYING - Introduction - हिंदी | PART 1
 
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In this Video ( हिंदी) : GEODETIC SURVEYING - Introduction ~Plane Surveying & Geodetic Surveying ~Principle of triangulation ~Classification of triangulation system ~Triangulation Figures / systems ~Framework of triangulation ----------------------- __ Audio Language : Hindi – हिंदी __ ************************* This video course is useful for Civil engineering students whom have subject of : Modern Surveying / Advanced Surveying / Surveying 2 and 3. ----------------- Content of this video series : (हिंदी) ★ Tacheometric Surveying : Introduction, purpose, principle, instruments, stadia, constants, methods, of, tacheometry, anallatic, lens, subtense, bar, field, work, in, tacheometry, reduction, of, readings, errors, and, precisions, ★ Geodetic Surveying : Principle and Classification of triangulation system- Selection of base line and stations- Orders of triangulation- Triangulation figures- Station marks and signals- marking signals- Extension of base, Reduction of Centre, Selection and marking of stations ★ Theory of Errors : Introduction, types of errors, definitions, laws of accidental errors, laws of weights, theory of least squares, rules for giving weights and distribution of errors to the field observations, determination of the most probable values of quantities. ★ Field Astronomy: Introduction, purposes, astronomical terms, determination of azimuth, latitude , longitude and time corrections to the observations. ★ Aerial photogrammetry : Introduction, Principle, Uses, Aerial camera, Aerial photographs, Definitions, Scale of vertical and tilted photograph,, Ground Co-ordinates, Displacements and errors, Ground control, Procedure of aerial survey, Photomaps and mosaics, Stereoscopes, Parallax bar. ★ Modern Surveying Instruments: Introduction, Electromagnetic spectrum, Electromagnetic distance measurement, Total station, Digital self-leveling levels , scanners for topographical survey. ★ Remote Sensing- Introduction, Principles of energy interaction in atmosphere and earth surface features, Image interpretation techniques, visual interpretation, Digital image processing, Global Positioning system ★ Geographical Information System- Definition of GIS, Key Components of GIS, Functions of GIS, Spatialdata, spatial information system Geospatial analysis, Integration of Remote sensing and GIS, and Applications in Civil Engineering. ********************* - VIJAY PARMAR
Views: 26324 Vijay Parmar
Getting The Best Signal To Your Aftermarket Car Amplifier | Car Audio Q&A
 
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In this Q&A we answer the question: 'what is the best method for getting signal to your amplifier, high level or low level inputs?' Shop Line-Out Converters: http://www.sonicelectronix.com/cat_i331_line-out-converters.html?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=Youtube%20Description&utm_campaign=Q%26A&utm_term=Best%20Signal Depending on the equipment in you system you will have different options available to you. If you have a factory headunit you will not have RCA (low level) outputs, so unless your aftermarket amplifier has speaker level (high level) inputs you will need to use a Line Out Converter (LOC/High-Low Adapter) to get signal to your amp. Similarly, if you have an aftermarket car stereo but it only has one set of RCA outputs you may have to use an LOC depending on what signal you are trying to get to your amplifier, or use an equalizer that gives you the required outputs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sonic Electronix always strives to be the premiere online shopping destination for car electronics and other consumer electronics. Our slogan is "The X-Factor When Shopping for Electronics" and it is our goal to be just that. We're here to help you find solutions and great prices without sacrificing service. Our Store: http://www.sonicelectronix.com/ Our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sonicelectronix Our Twitter: https://twitter.com/SonicElectronix Our Instagram: http://instagram.com/sonicelectronix
Views: 63483 Sonic Electronix
Satellite Signals from Space: Smart Science for Understanding Weather and Climate
 
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Targeted to students and teachers in Grades 5-9 but accessible to anyone interested in the topic, this video introduces learners to the Constellation Observing System for Meteorology, Ionosphere, and Climate, called COSMIC. The latest COSMIC mission, known as COSMIC-2, uses a set of six satellites orbiting near Earth to measure how the atmosphere affects signals from global positioning system (GPS) satellites high above the surface. The observations collected offer scientists very accurate information to improve weather forecasts, help monitor a part of Earth's upper atmosphere called the ionosphere, and provide long-term records for understanding Earth's climate.
Introduction to Signals and Systems | GATE | ENGINEERING | Part 1
 
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In this session we will discuss what is a signal,what is a system and applications of signals. Signal: It is a function of one or more variables that convey some information. E.g Speech signal,Image signal,weather forecasting etc. System:A system is formally defined as an entity that manipulates one or more signals to accomplish a function , thereby yielding new signal. Applications: 1.Communication system 2.Control Systems 3. Microelectromechanical systems 4. Remote sensing 5. Biomedical signal Processing 6. Auditory systems
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ISRO and Indian Railways to sign MoU for Remote Sensing, GIS Technologies
 
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MoU will be signed between Railways and Isro, under Department of Space, tomorrow for developing applications in the field of remote sensing and GIS, aiming at effective use of space technology in remote sensing and graphic information system (GIS) based applications, Railways is set to join hands with Indian Space Research Organisation. इसरो और भारतीय रेलवे के बीच समझौता हुआ जिसके मुताबिक इसरो भारतीय रेलवे की अपनी स्पेस टेक्नोलॉजी और रिमोट सेंसिस के जरिए मदद करेगी. भारतीय अंतरिक्ष एजेंसी इसरो रिमोट सेंसिस के मामले में दुनिया में अव्वल है. इस तकनीक का फायदा भारतीय रेलवे अपने स्टेशनों और पटरियों की पैमाइश में लेने, ट्रेनों की आवाजाही को सैटेलाइट के जरिए मॉनीटर करने के लिए करेगा |रेलवे दूरदराज के स्टेशनों पर पेपरलेस टिकट की सुविधा मुहैया करने और भारतीय रेलवे को पहाड़ी इलाकों में पटरियां बिछाने में मैंपिंग में पूरी मदद करेगी |
China plans space based, solar powered telecom drones
 
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China plans space-based, solar-powered telecom drones China’s solar-powered telecom drones can fly as high as 20 km above the ground for days and can undertake remote sensing and relay signals In Beijing: China is planning to build a space-based, solar-powered drone telecommunications network capable of providing week-long emergency assistance on the ground, according to a state media report on Wednesday. A research institute affiliated with China Aerospace Science and Industry Corp is developing the project “Feiyun,” which means “flying cloud,” the Global Times reported, citing another report in the Science and Technology Daily. The network will be based in “near space”, it said, adding the system will be able to provide week-long emergency communications access and likely to go on trial this year. The drones can fly as high as 20 km above the ground for days—somewhat like a telecommunications satellite—and can undertake remote sensing and relay signals, the report quoted Ma Hongzhong, head of the institute, as saying.
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Machine Learning  Automate Remote Sensing Analytics to Gain a Competitive Advantage   Webinar
 
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Spectral Properties of Periodic Power Signal
 
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Spectral Properties of Periodic Power Signal Watch more videos at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/videotutorials/index.htm Lecture By: Ms. Gowthami Swarna, Tutorials Point India Private Limited
Chinese satellite looking for dark matter detects mysterious signals
 
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China's Dark Matter Particle Explorer (DAMPE) has detected unexpected and mysterious signals in its measurement of high-energy cosmic rays. It could be a breakthrough in search for proof that dark matter really exists.
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IR (Infrared Sensor) Sensors with diagram |Fully explained| |Mi Remote|
 
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Dosto aaj ki video main maine IR ke baare m btaya hai. Dosto IR sensor Bhut hi interested topic tha jisme ki maine Aapko remote control ke baare m btaya h ki remote control m IR sensor Signals to bhejta hai or receiver use detect karta hai. I hope aapko video pasand aai. Agar aapko video pasand aati hai to channel ko like share or comment karna mat bhulna main aapke lea ese hi interested topics lata rahunga. Jai hind Jai bharat. link of diagram https://www.nepcorp.com/detector-controller.html?gclid=CjwKCAiAt4rfBRBKEiwAC678KX-rJsdtDcZIZ7EIgyB6x8denCUpHbRKSfhqdwOzUHAjf5uoZ9mS1xoCCGgQAvD_BwE
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Multi-spectral scanners and imaging devices
 
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Multi-spectral scanners and imaging devices
4 2 14 Dr Hildy®   Melinda Kidder of Columbia Investigations Remote Sensing Mystery Unveiled Hour 2
 
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4-2-14- Dr. Hildy®: Mushroom Wisdom, Breast Cancer, Alzheimer's *AND* Remote Sensing Mystery Unveiled *OneCellOneLightRadio with Dr. Hildegarde Staninger® , RIET-1 Wednesday, April 2, 2014 1:00-3:00PM Pacific (2-4pm Mountain; 3-5pm Central,4-6pm Eastern) This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy broadens our horizons with two special guests on two special topics! Hour 2 Guest – MELINDA KIDDER, Columbia Investigations *The Investigators with Integrity* http://www.columbiainvestigations.com http://www.diyspy.blogspot.com In the second hour, Dr. Hildy welcomes Private Investigator Melinda Kidder of Columbia Investigations to discuss her work with individuals who have mysteriously had computer chips and sensors implanted into their body. Columbia Investigations is one of a small handful of specialized agencies or individuals in the United States who are qualified to offer scans for frequency identification in individuals. In addition, Columbia Investigations has supplemental testing which will become the standard via the National Registry of Environmental Professionals (NREP) Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Training, Exam and Certification regimen. Using a specific set of equipment, Columbia Investigations helps clients by conducted repeated scans, at intervals, over a period of approximately two hours in order to allow for intermittent signals either being transmitted or received, if any devices or nano-materials are present in the client’s body. Join Dr. Hildy and her guests this week as they discuss mushrooms and mysterious nanotechnology on One Cell One Light Radio!
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