Malaysian Remote Sensing Agency

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The Malaysian Remote Sensing Agency is a department responsible for remote sensing under the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI), Malaysia. In August 1988, Remote Sensing Agency was established as a Research and Development centre in remote sensing and related technologies. The agency were fully operationalized by January 1990. It was formerly known as Malaysian Centre of Remote Sensing (MACRES)

It started with only a team of 17 professionals and supporting staff. By the year 2007, the total post has been increased to 226 professionals.

On the other hand, the Remote Sensing Malaysia is equipped with computer system for satellite data image processing, geographic information system and global positioning system, satellite ground receiving station for real time data acquisition, microwave remote sensing laboratory (anechoic chamber, mobile scatterometer), remote sensing digital photographic laboratory and remote sensing data archiving and retrieval centre.

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