Analysis and Information Extraction Through the Data Generated by LISS-III Sensor of IRS-P6

Raw image data from a satellite or an aeroplane must be modified. Even photos of relatively flat regions are distorted due to the curvature of the Earth and the sensor employed. As a result, geometrically rectifying an image is required so that it may be represented on a flat surface, confirm to other images, and have the map’s integrity. A map projection system is any method for representing the surface of a sphere or spheroid, such as the Earth, on a plane. For this work, data from a satellite picture (IRS – P6) captured by a LISS-III sensor with a resolution of 23.5m was used. This photograph depicts Ramtek, a city in the Nagpur district (Maharashtra state of India). This raw FCC image has been preprocessed, which includes importing, subsetting, and georeferencing, as well as extracting important information through supervised classification and closing with an accuracy analysis. According to the investigation, the satellite merely detects the spectral signature.

Author(S) Details

Satyanarayana Chanagala
Department of ECE,SBIT, Khammam, Telangana, India.

M. Srinivasa Sesha Sai
Department of Information Technology, KITS, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India.

Srirammurthy Talakola
Pace Institute of Technology and Science (Autonomous), Ongole, India.

Prashant Shamrao Watkar
Ballarpur Institute of Technology, Ballarpur, India.

Shubham Kailash Durge
BIT, Ballarpur, India.

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