Disaster Monitoring Constellation Using Nanosatellites

Mohamed Kameche, Haider Benzeniar, Ayhane Bey Benbouzid, Redha Amri, Nadir Bouanani


In this paper, a constellation of four low earth orbit nanosatellites for disaster monitoring is presented; their small size, low cost, and short time development give them the opportunity to be widely selected. The space segment is based on existing subsystems that are assembled on the bottom part of a developed structure and present acceptable performance for the mission. The payload is a multispectral camera which fulfills the mission’s requirements (remote sensing). The ground segment is based on an existing modular ground station, used for the ALSAT-1 DMC, which will be adapted to fit with the specifications of the mission.


Nanosatellite; Constellation; Earth observation; LEO orbit.

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