26-27 September, 2017 |
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, Singapore

Le Dai Ngoc

Senior Lieutenant Colonel, Head of Mapping & Remote Sensing
Defense Mapping Agency Vietnam

Le Dai Ngoc is PhD. Study at Geodesy faculty of Hanoi University of Mining and Geology, Vietnam.
Le Dai Ngoc worked on Study on design and integration of terrain surveying system in construction based on photogrammetry, lidar, GPS / GNSS and UAV technology, Research on the combination of optical and radar satellite images to establish military thematic maps to support terrain assessment in the Vietnamese territory and adjacent areas for defense purposes (VT/UD-05/16-20), Research on embankment and erosion protection solutions in the Spratly Islands (ĐTĐLCN.19/15 project), VNREDSat-1 satellite image application to build geodatabase and military geographic information to improve the effectiveness of advising and ensuring the topography data outside the territory (VT/UD-05/14-15 project), Applying UAV-UX5 of Trimble in the establishment of high-precision 3D map, Build the GIS of irrigation system for supporting CPO and other project management units (PMUs) to implement the M&E and O&M activities of NCSMRIP (ADB Loan 2828-VIE, ADB6 project), Applying the Remote sensing (VNREDSat-1 and equivalent) and GIS to monitor change in the territory of Vietnam and neighboring areas.

11:30 AM Examining the application of UAV in defense geo-database creation under various geo-constraints and weather limitations

  • What are the considerations and key success factors that need thorough scrutiny for rapid terrain modeling and mapping
  • Understanding the role of humidity in up- and down-load communications during UAV image acquisition and the complete effect on image quality
  • Learning the need to take into account geo-constraints such as terrain variations, turbulent weather, high humidity, limited takeoff and landing areas and unpredicted wind speed and direction

2:00 PM Understanding the challenges of data interoperability and system efficiency

This session will enable you to engage in open discussions about your system’s true capabilities and explore interoperability considerations when building a geographical database, and prepare you to face possible hurdles.

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