To address the cumulative impacts of natural hazards, the use of remote sensing and geodesy methods complement each other perfectly in order to offer a robust integrated tool to investigate those hazards. I further extend this integration from academic to the applied domain, which benefits a wider community.
My current studies engage in remote sensing technologies in developing countries and suggest potential information for sustainable development. The future direction utilizes the rapid update of computer science to provide automation near real-time sensing to land subsidence, landslide, flooding topics. Visit my website to update my work.