Rustam B. Rustamov

EILINK Research and Development Center of Khazar University

Rustam B. Rustamov, PhD, specializes in space instrumentation and remote sensing and GIS technology. He obtained a PhD from the Russian Physical-Technical Institute (St. Petersburg). Dr. Rustamov was invited to work at the European Space Agency within the framework of the United Nations Programme on Space Applications at the European Space Research and Technology Centre, the Netherlands. He is appointed to the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs Action Teams, United Nations Economical and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, and the International Astronautical Federation, for which he currently serves as co-chair of the International Astronautical Congress. He is an author of sixteen books and more than 130 scientific papers.

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Earth observation systems, by use of space science and technology advances, present a large-scale opportunity for applying remote sensing methods with geographical information system (GIS) developments. Integrating these two methods makes it possible to achieve high-accuracy satellite data processing. This book considers aspects of GIS technology applications with space science technology and innovation approaches. It examines the potential of Earth observation satellite systems as well as existing challenges and problems in the field. Chapters cover topics such as RGB-D sensors for autonomous pothole detection, machine learning in GIS, interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) modeling, and others.

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