Development of National Forest/Land Fire Monitoring System Using Remote Sensing Satellite Data (Terra/Aqua Modis and SNPP) by Automation and Nearly Real-Time

Andi Indrajad and Wismu Sunarmodo and Noriandini Salyasari and B. Pratiknyo Adi Mahatmanto (2019) Development of National Forest/Land Fire Monitoring System Using Remote Sensing Satellite Data (Terra/Aqua Modis and SNPP) by Automation and Nearly Real-Time. In: The 4th International Conference of Indonesian Society for Remote Sensing 2019.

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Abstract

Hotspot monitoring system using remote sensing satellite data such as Terra/Aqua Modis and SNPP VIIRS. In order to manage national natural disaster (such as forest/land fire (disaster), accurate-real time-accessible data and information are required. In this case the use of remote sensing satellites data is use for the monitoring of natural disasters, especially forest/land fires that occur very massive need monitoring in real time and up to date. Information systems for monitoring of forest/land fires, can be built using remote sensing data of Terra/Aqua Modis and SNPP satellites that continuously monitor the condition of the land/forest by photographing the Indonesian territory respectively four times a day. The hotspot data requirement is 30 minute after the reception in ground station. The built system consists of the reception, processing, cataloguing and dissemination data, in order to fit the requirement the system need to be automation. The data receiving process is done at Parepare and Rumpin ground stations, followed by sending data to Pekayon in real time. Data processing is done in Pekayon using automated software open source module. Furthermore, data cataloguing is built using spatial and numerical based databases. The appearance system is built interactively with web-based online and mobile, user can do searching hotspot information based on location, degree of trust and time of incident. The monitoring system of forest / land fires that have been built have been published and utilized nationally, especially the BNPB in the context of the prevention and mitigation of forest / land fire disasters in Indonesia. Users can access through the website http://modis-catalog.lapan.go.id or can download android-based mobile app "Hotspot LAPAN". It is expected that with online and mobile web based online and mobile fire monitoring system, it can be used for the prevention and mitigation of forest/land fire disaster in Indonesia.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Teknologi Penginderaan Jauh > Penelitian, Pengkajian, dan Pengembangan > Teknologi dan Data Penginderaan Jauh > Perolehan Data > Satelit
Depositing User: Dinar Indrasasi
Date Deposited: 29 Apr 2021 12:12
Last Modified: 26 May 2021 03:53
URI: http://repositori.lapan.go.id/id/eprint/684

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