Capabilities of the “IKI-Monitoring” Center for collective use in organizing the satellite monitoring of the Central Asian Region

https://doi.org/10.35595/2414-9179-2020-2-26-376-383

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About the Authors

Ildar D. Mukhamedjanov

Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IKI),
Profsoyuznaya str., 84/32, 117997, Moscow, Russia,
E-mail: ildarmsu@gmail.com

Anna M. Konstantinova

Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IKI),
Profsoyuznaya str., 84/32, 117997, Moscow, Russia

Ivan A. Uvarov

Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IKI),
Profsoyuznaya str., 84/32, 117997, Moscow, Russia

Abstract

The computing power of modern technical equipment allow to solve different scientific and applied problems. The paper considers the practice of organizing special satellite monitoring service with the help of the “IKI-Monitoring” Center for Collective Use. A number of scientific and applied problems often require rapid access to satellite data, that sometimes is impossible because of the need to store all data locally. In this case the Center for Collective Use allows to analyze the long-term archives available online, process them and save the results right on the server or download it to the PC. The technology is now being practiced to organize a number of specialized services and adapt them to the needs of different regions. At the current stage the project is targeted to solve the problem of regular monitoring of water objects in Central Asia. The service is a part of “VEGA-Constellation” information systems set and was called EcoSatMS (Ecosystem Satellite monitoring Service). The paper is focused on the capabilities of “IKI-Monitoring” and its application in framework of the new technology for remote monitoring the parts of river courses, i.e. the integration of virtual hydroposts. The methods used for the current research can be expanded and developed further to understand the influence of the water resources dynamics on agriculture and ecosystem in general.

Keywords

Earth Remote Sensing, distributed data processing, water resources, Central Asia, virtual hydroposts.

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For citation: Mukhamedjanov I.D., Konstantinova A.M., Uvarov I.A. Capabilities of the “IKI-Monitoring” Center for collective use in organizing the satellite monitoring of the Central Asian Region InterCarto. InterGIS. GI support of sustainable development of territories: Proceedings of the International conference. Moscow: Moscow University Press, 2020. V. 26. Part 2. P. 376–383. DOI: 10.35595/2414-9179-2020-2-26-376-383