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Articles | Volume XLVIII-1-2024
10 May 2024
 | 10 May 2024

Quality Inspection and Problem Analysis of Satellite Image Data in Land Use Survey

Shuai Dong, Chenni Lu, Wenchao Gao, Chang Liu, and Jin Bai

Keywords: Land Use Survey, Quality Inspection, Problem Analysis

Abstract. In order to improve the data quality of land use remote sensing monitoring images, this article introduces the process of generating satellite image data, elaborates on the content of satellite image data verification in land use remote sensing monitoring, and proposes quality issues and improvement measures for satellite image data. Taking the discovered satellite image data quality issues as an example, compared with quality inspection standards, it was found that the main problems in the results were projection parameter errors, image color distortion, image blurring, and position accuracy exceeding limits. It is recommended to check the above issues during the image production stage, analyze the reasons for exceeding the position accuracy limit, image distortion, and embossing, and provide relevant suggestions. Provided strong technical support for land use surveys.