We are proud contributors to Advances in Remote Sensing for Infrastructure Monitoring, a recent book published by Springer Nature Group.
This book contains case studies using various remote sensing monitoring techniques, including InSAR, which is a rapidly growing business area and proven technology for monitoring infrastructure.
Our chapter, InSAR Satellite Surveys: Key Considerations for Monitoring Infrastructure, is intended to be an entry level guide to those unfamiliar with the technology, outlining the key concepts necessary for evaluating a site’s suitability for InSAR.
If you are considering InSAR as part of your risk mitigation strategy, this chapter presents key topics that provide users with the information to devise a fit-for-purpose remote monitoring solution.
The Springer Remote Sensing/Photogrammetry series seeks to publish a broad portfolio of scientific books, aiming at researchers, students, and everyone interested in the broad field of geospatial science and technologies. The series includes peer-reviewed monographs, edited volumes, textbooks, and conference proceedings. It covers the entire area of Remote Sensing, including, but not limited to, land, ocean, atmospheric science and meteorology, geophysics and tectonics, hydrology and water resources management, earth resources, geography and land information, image processing and analysis, satellite imagery, global positioning systems, archaeological investigations, and geomorphological surveying.