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A sensor is a device that measures the physical input from its surroundings and converts it into data that can be analysed by people or other devices.
A sensor is a device that generates an output signal and can be used to find a physical phenomenon. A sensor is, in the broadest sense, any component, machine, device, or subsystem that keeps track of its surroundings and transmits information to other electronics, generally a computer processor.
The Egypt Sensors Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Radar remote sensing is a subject that is quickly evolving, with a variety of applications and quickly expanding technological aspects.
In order to determine the characteristics of the earth’s surface, radar sensors transmit radiation in the microwave frequencies and measure the backscatter.
The surface variables that affect backscatter are distinct from those that affect optical and thermal infrared band reflection and emission, respectively.
Thus, radar data typically provide unique insights on the surface and subsurface characteristics. The three spaceborne radar sensors are described in this chapter, with the most adaptable one—the synthetic aperture radar—getting the most attention (SAR).
The other two are radar altimeters and scatterometers. The Egyptian SAR user community is growing as a result of the increased number of space-borne SAR systems and the accessibility of free data.
There is a brief theoretical introduction to SAR, then applications of single and dual channel systems, followed by the recently developed polarimetric and interferometric systems.
Geology, hydrology, and archaeology are the three disciplines with the most SAR applications in Egypt. There haven’t yet been any functioning applications created.Along with a forecast for the future application of radar remote sensing in Egypt, some details on pertinent applications of radar altimetry data are also provided.
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