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UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA
KAMPUS SHAH ALAM
FACULTY
DEPARTMENT OF SURVEYING SCIENCE AND GEOMATICSFACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE PLANNING AND SURVEYING
COURSE CODE
AP220
GROUP
AP220 (7C)
NAMEMATRIX NUMBER
MOHD ZAIDI BIN MOHD RAMLI2008412412
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE (SUG 624)
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TALK STATUS OF REMOTE SENSING IN THEINDUSTRI IN MALAYSIA-
PREPARED FOR :
ASSOC PROF DR KHOIRI MOHD DIMYATILECTURER OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
 
 Talker : Dr Laili NordinProject: LBN Precision Farming TechDate /time of lecture: 10 august 2010 / 1430pm-1630pm Title of lecture: Status of Remote Sensing In The Industri In MalaysiaDr Laili Nordin is a former Remote Sensing expertise worked at MACRES(Malaysia Centre Of Remote Sensing ) situated at former office at Jalan Tun Ismail,Kuala Lumpur. He is one of senior and very experienced person that directly usedand applied the knowledge of RS in Malaysia. Currently he is conducting andmanaging a company that used RS technology in Farming industry and many more.MACRES was established in august 1988 currently known as MalaysianRemote Sensing Agency under MOSTI. The HQ is situated at Kuala Lumpur and theground receiver station situated at Temerloh Pahang state. Currently, RemoteSensing Malaysia is equipped with computer system for satellite data imageprocessing, geographic information system and global positioning system, satelliteground receiving station for real time data acquisition, microwave remote sensinglaboratory remote sensing digital photographic laboratory and remote sensing dataarchiving & retrieval centre.The objective, vision and mission of Malaysian RemoteSensing Agency are achieved through the implementation of its two mainprogrammes: Research and Development; and Technical Services, with clearlydefined activities as research and development programme and technical serviceprogramme. There are four core activities that MACRESS implement which isresearch and development, data services, training services, and consultancy. The main flow work of MACRES can be summarized such initially theylaunched satellite ,variety of satellite in shape size function and etc. then from thesatellite the image is captured using various technics. After that from the capturingimage the data is being manipulate and analysize. There are satellite data thatMACRES provided such as Landsat, spot, radarsat, quickbird, ikonos, MODIS, OCMand NOAA. There are some geographic data or image data capturing using othertechnology like LIDAR using airbone and radarsat using radar technology. Almost allof data are distributed by private agency rather than government. The cost of image data depend on their size and data resolution means that the smaller theresolution the higher the prices. There are also some data categorized as restrictedand non restricted. For the public purpose the restricted data are prohibited to sellto public.For the final stage which is applying used of image data , the must beconsidered which type ,resolution data that suite to the project purpose. Inaddition GIS (geographical information system) is the software that ideal for RSintegrating project because its support all of image data. In simple way, RS is a

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