عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
In November 1979 India, following one of its major spatial plans to implement and complete its natural resources management system, launched a satellite (Bhska 1), which had television and radiometric cameras. Then, to achieve better results and collect more detailed visual information, the satellites IRSP2, P3, P4, IRS 1A, 1B were launched which, in addition to removing the shortcomings and weaknesses of their sensors, improved the ability of sensors installed on these satellites. At present, IRS / 1C / 1D satellites can be mentioned as among the existing and operational satellites of this country. The function of these satellites is global, and in addition to India, nine other countries including Germany, the US and Canada have receiver stations for these satellites. The Geographic Organization has installed and set up a multi-purpose satellite data receiver station, which in the first phase of operation has the capability of receiving images from IRS / 1C / 1D satellites. In the next phase, according to the multi-purpose design of the station, it is possible to receive satellite data from other Indian satellites including IRS P5, P6 as well as other European satellites, such as ENVISAT and SPOT.
In this paper, we have tried to introduce the ability of satellite imagery, especially of the IRS type, to help users’ better utilization.