Prof. Teng Long

Biograph: Prof. Teng Long received the B.S. degree from University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) in 1989, and the Ph.D. degree from Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) in 1995. After graduation he joined the faculty of BIT, where he became a full professor in 2002. He was a visiting scholar at Stanford University and University College London in 1999 and 2002 respectively. Currently, he serves as the Vice President of BIT. He is a Fellow of IEEE, IET and the Chinese Institute of Electronics (CIE). He is the president of CIE Signal Processing Society and vice president of CIE Radar Society. His research interests include the fundamental and significant issues of the novel radar system and signal processing. His work includes the novel one-dimensional high resolution imaging radar, two-dimensional synthetic aperture imaging radar and the new technology and application of the real-time signal processing technology in remote sensing observation.

Title: On-board Signal and Information Processing for Remote Sensing Satellites

Abstract: With the development of remote sensing technology, the Earth observation satellites have the characteristics of high resolution, wide coverage and multi-satellite network. So the acquired data grows geometrically, which brings severe challenges to the transmission, storage and processing of satellite data. On-board real-time processing technology is an effective means to solve these problems. Based on this technology, the data processing is completed within the satellite, such as interest region extraction, target detection and recognition, etc. Then the processing results can be directly transmitted to the users through broadcast downlink. The information acquisition delay can be reduced from hours to minutes. Because of the on-board processing technology, the application efficiency will be greatly improved, such as in the situations of emergency, disaster reduction and national security.

This Keynote firstly expounds the development of Earth observation remote sensing satellites. And then, the significance and the technology development of the on-board real-time processing are introduced. Secondly, the technology difficulties and solving methods of on-board processing for optical or SAR payload are discussed. Finally, the development of the technology is prospected.


Important dates

Paper Submission Deadline:
30 April 2019
Extend to 31 May 2019
Paper Acceptance Notification:
15 July 2019
Camera-ready Paper Submission:
15 August 2019
Registration open date:
1 July 2019
Conference Date:
11-13 December, 2019

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