Nazirah Md. Tarmizi

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The study of urban poverty using high resolution satellite imagery and environmental data set has been widely used in many countries since early year 2000 to estimate, detect and identify the poor areas. By using remote sensing approach the identification of poor area can be pre-predicted without intensively to go to the ground. Due to high life expenses at(More)
The emergence of spatial data updating can be acquired from Unmanned Aerial Imagery Capturing System (UAiCs) photogrammetry that is low cost but could represent data at large scale. This can be achieved with a proper UAiCs flight planning which include pre-preparation or site investigation particularly in knowing the characteristic of the topography and(More)
Processing of a vast number of aerial images from high-resolution digital camera always leads to the use of lengthy hours. This contradicts to the advantage of the use of UAV that could acquire and deliver the data rapidly to highlight the actual condition of the terrain. In previous studies, 1033 images were used covering the size of about seven kilometres(More)
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