Change detection using multiple-pass InSAS

Status: Current

Dates: 2011 - Start

Māori Relevant Content: No


  • Office of Naval Research (Broad Agency Announcements (BAA), 2011 - 2015)

Project Abstract

The goal of this project is to determine changes to the seafloor using a multiple pass interferometric synthetic aperture sonar. Change detection requires accurate registration of the imagery and this needs to be estimated from the images since GPS is not available underwater.

Researchers - UC Staff

Researchers - Non-UC Staff

  • Blair Bonnett: Postgraduate student; University of Canterbury
  • Victor Wang: Postgraduate student; University of Canterbury

Subject Area: Disciplines