Josaphat Tetuko Sri Sumantyo
Chiba University

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A Quality of Images Fusion for Remote Sensing Applications Yuhendra, Yuhendra; Sri Sumantyo, Josaphat Tetuko
TELKOMNIKA (Telecommunication Computing Electronics and Control) Vol 14, No 1: March 2016
Publisher : Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

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Image fusion is a useful tool for integrating low spatial resolution multispectral (MS) images with a high spatial resolution panchromatic (PAN) image, thus producing a high resolution multispectral image for better understanding of the observed earth surface. It has  has become an important issue for various remotes sensing (RS) problems such as land classification, change detection, object identification, image segmentation, map updating, hazard monitoring, and visualization purposes. When applied to remote sensing images, a common problem associated with existing fusion methods has been the color distortion, or degradation in the spectral quality. The main proposed of this research  is to evaluate the quality of fused images for object identification. We examine the effectiveness of the following techniques  multi-resolution analysis (MRA) and component substitution (CS) fusion. In order to improve this situation, the second purpose of this work is to establish an automatic and reliable way for the evaluation of the fused images, on the basis of both qualitative and quantitative metrics. In this result, It is found that the CS fusion method provides better performance than the MRA scheme. Quantitative analysis shows that the CS-based method gives a better result in terms of spatial quality (sharpness), whereas the MRA-based method yields better spectral quality, i.e., better color fidelity to the original MS images.
DEVELOPING TROPICAL LANDSLIDE SUSCEPTIBILITY MAP USING DINSAR TECHNIQUE OF JERS-1 SAR DATA Alimuddin, Ilham; Bayuaji, Luhur; Maddi, Haeruddin C.; Sri Sumantyo, Josaphat Tetuko; Kuzei, Hiroaki
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 8, (2011)
Publisher : National Institute of Aeronautics and Space of Indonesia (LAPAN)

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Comprehensive information in natural disaster area is essential to prevent and mitigate people from further damage that might occur before and after such event. Mapping this area is one way to comprehend the situation when disaster strikes. Remote sensing data have been widely used along with GIS to create a susceptibility map. The objective of this study was to develop existing landslides susceptibility map by integrating optical satellite images of Landsat ETM and ASTER with Japanese Earth Resource Satellites (JERS-1) Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data complemented by ground GPS and feature measurement into a Geographical Information Systems (GIS) platform. The study area was focused on a landslide event occurred on 26 March 2004 in Jeneberang Watershed of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Change detection analysis was used to extract thematic information and the technique of Differential SAR Interferometry (DInSAR) was employed to detect slight surface displacement before the landslide event. The DInSAR processed images would be used to add as one weighted analysis factor in creating landslide susceptibility map. The result indicated that there was a slight movement of the slope prior to the event of landslide during the JERS-1 SAR data acquisition period of 1993-1998. Keywords: Optical Images, JERS-1 SAR, DInSAR, Tropical Landslide, GIS, Susceptibility Map 1. Introduction Recently, natural disasters increased in terms of frequency, complexity, scope, and destructive capacity. They have been particularly severe during the last few years when the world has experienced several large-scale natural disasters such as the Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami; floods and forest fires in Europe, India and China, and drought in Africa (Sassa, 2005). Mapping such natural disaster areas is essential to prevent and mitigate people from further damage that might occur before and after such event. In Indonesia in particular, in these recent years natural disasters occurred more frequently compared to the last decade (BNPB, 2008). Once within a month in 2011, in three different islands, Indonesia was stricken by earthquake, tsunami, flash floods, and volcanic eruptions with severe fatalities to the people and environment. It was obvious that Indonesia was prone to natural disaster due to its position of being squeezed geologically by three major world plates and this fact makes Indonesia one of the most dangerous
MONITORING OF LAND USE CHANGES USING AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH AND IKONOS IMAGE IN BEDUGUL, BALI Sandi Adnyana, I Wayan; Nishio, Fumihiko; Sri Sumantyo, Josaphat Tetuko; Hendrawan, Gede
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 3,(2006)
Publisher : National Institute of Aeronautics and Space of Indonesia (LAPAN)

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There was change of expending land use in Bedugul. It is necessary to monito the change of highland of Bali, catchments area of Beratan, Buyan and Tamblingan lakes. In order to control land use change and to anticipate degradation of hydrology function of this area. This study is to monitor the land use change by remote sensing and GIS technique. To evaluate land use and land cover, aerial photograph imagery and Ikonos imagery were used. Over 22 years of observation (1981-2003), there was land use changes in the catchments area of Beratan, Buyan and Tamblingan lakes at Bedugul area. The area of settlement increased by 62.6 ha, dry land vegetable crops and forest decreased by 116.5 ha and 32.5 ha, respectively. The surface area of Buyan Lake was also decreased, due to sedimentation caused by erosion in the vegetables dry land crops. Planning the land use study on erosion and soil-water conservation in this area necessary, in order to control land use change, erosion, and sedimentation in the lakes. Keywords: land use, monitoring, aerial photograph, Ikonos image.
Image processing of alos palsar satellite data, small unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), and field measurement of land deformation kausarian, Husnul; Sri Sumantyo, Josaphat Tetuko; putra, Dewandra bagus eka; Suryadi, Adi; Gevisioner, Gevisioner
International Journal of Advances in Intelligent Informatics Vol 4, No 2 (2018): July 2018
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Pekanbaru, Indonesia is connected by four big bridges, Siak Bridge; I, II, III and IV. The quality of the Siak bridges deteriorated seriously at this time. Geological mapping for the land subsidence potency was conducted using small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) in the Siak Bridge areas. The study of the Siak bridges are supported by the Differential Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (DInSAR) analysis using ALOS PALSAR satellite data, and the deflection observation that occurs in Siak III Bridge was observed by field measurement. The results of 3D model analysis showed that there is no negative land deformation. DInSAR analysis shows the amount of positive deformation of Siak I is 81 cm, Siak II is 48 cm, Siak III is 89 cm, and Siak IV is 92. Deflection on Siak III Bridge was detected at around 25-26 cm. These models could be used as a new way of measuring the bridge deformation on a big scale.