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https://doi.org/10.5194/nhess-2020-308
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  19 Oct 2020

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Indexes establishment and capability evaluation of space-air-ground remote sensing cooperation in geo-hazard emergency response

Yahong Liu1 and Jin Zhang2 Yahong Liu and Jin Zhang
  • 1Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Taiyuan University of Technology, Taiyuan 030024, China
  • 2Department of Surveying and Mapping, Taiyuan University of Technology, Taiyuan 030024, China

Abstract. Geo-hazard emergency response is a disaster prevention and reduction action that multi-factorial, time-critical, task-intensive and socially significant. In order to improve the rationalization and standardization of space-air-ground remote sensing collaborative observation in geo-hazard emergency response, this paper comprehensively analyzes the technical resources of remote sensing sensors and the emergency service system, and establishes a database of technical and service evaluation indexes using MySQL. A method is proposed to evaluate and calculate the cooperative observation effectiveness in a specific remote sensing cooperative environment by combining TOPSIS and RSR. For the evaluation of remote sensing cooperative service capability in geo-hazard emergency response, taking earthquake as an example, establishing a remote sensing cooperative earthquake emergency response service chain, and designing a Bayesian network evaluation model. Through the evaluation of observation efficiency and service capability, the operation and task completion of remote sensing collaborative technology in geo-hazard emergency response can be effectively grasped and a basis for decision making can be provided for space-air-ground remote sensing collaborative work.

Yahong Liu and Jin Zhang

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Through a comprehensive analysis of the current remote sensing technology resources, this paper establishes the database to realize the unified management of heterogeneous sensor resources and proposes the service capability of remote sensing cooperative technology in geo-hazard emergency, providing a decision-making basis for the establishment of remote sensing cooperative observations in geo-hazard emergency response.
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