June 27, 2020

Recent floods have two different origins

Is the recent rains, which have flooded many parts of our country, caused a lot of damage and, most importantly, robbed a number of our compatriots, behind a curtain of hostility ?! This is a question that has occupied the minds of some in recent days; A question to which an experienced expert has given thoughtful answers and beyond, he tries to offer a special solution to end these discussions in the future.

June 22, 2020

Alleged production of 18 satellites by the end of this year by the Minister of Communications and the unresolved issue of parallelism

Mohammad Javad Azari-Jahromi, Minister of Communications and Information Technology, announced that by the end of 1999, we will have 18 domestically produced satellites. Azari Jahromi explained: "In the space program, the number of domestically made satellites in a very large movement was three until 1992, seven until 1996, and fifteen by the end of 1998, which is until the end ...
June 20, 2020

Socio-economic benefits of remote sensing technology in the study, management and control of natural disasters

Every year, 350 to 500 disasters are recorded in the world. For this reason, the study, evaluation and study of these phenomena is necessary and essential, which can be done well with the help of remote sensing technology. Using the capabilities of satellite imagery and remote sensing software, this technology provides experts with valuable information on areas affected by natural disasters.

June 20, 2020

Accurate imaging of riverbeds in very shallow waters

A joint scientific paper on LiDAR for river bottom imaging in very shallow waters led by RIEGL has won the 2019 ISPRS Best Paper Award.

June 20, 2020

Delivery of Kovid-19 test kits by UAV

Immediate samples should be delivered to the laboratory as soon as possible, especially if the test result in a timely manner has a decisive influence on the choice and success of treatment for the patient.

June 20, 2020

Covid-19 from a spatial perspective

The hot topic these days in the north, Tehran and some other parts of the country, is an unnatural incident that kept the Damavandians out of their homes for a few days and increased property and housing in Mazandaran due to the influx of immigrants. Many experts believe that due to the faults of all provinces, the risk of activation of these faults has affected the whole country, and in the meantime, Mazandaran is also at risk due to the activity of many of these faults.

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