TSU-Mini-SAR Seminar Series: An Introduction to Synthetic Aperture Radar, SAR

Dec 06 | 04:22 p.m. | by iRadar News

On 24th November 2021, iRadar CEO Prof. Ir. Dr Koo was invited to talk during the TSU-Mini-SAR Seminar Series. He started the seminar with "An Introduction to Synthetic Aperture Radar, SAR" as a first speaker.

This topic mainly touches on a brief explanation of Synthetic Aperture Radar. Based on NASA, SAR is a type of active data collection where a sensor produces its energy and records the amount of that energy reflected after interacting with the Earth.

This concept was adopted by iRadar to produce one of the products, Ground-Based Synthetic Aperture Radar, GBSAR. GBSAR was developed by iRadar to detect sub-mm movement on a natural and synthetic object. The high-resolution change detection gives the advantage in monitoring any disaster, risk assessment, and establishing an early warning framework for hazard management.


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Source cited from https://earthdata.nasa.gov/learn/backgrounders/what-is-sar