Tianjin, August 25 (Xinhua): China has started a construction project for a 36 lowfrench satellites to collect information to predict natural disasters and monitor urban emergencies.

The project carried out by the Tianjin Satcom GeoHe Technologies Co., Ltd. It was opened on Tuesday at the China Spaceship Launch Center, in the province of Hainan from South China.

Guo Jianqiang, president of the technology firm based in the Tianjin Municipality of North China, said the first satellite will be released and commissioned in space in June of 2022. All 36 satellites will have been launched at the end of May in 2023 to complete the constellation.

The satellite network will provide high resolution images to help observers identify geological deformations at the millimeter level in order to measure. The possibilities of geological disasters, such as sliding. , Sinking and Collapse, said Guo, also an official with China's geological survey.

Guo said satellite data combined with geological surveys and monitoring data captured by ground sensors in Geohazard - the prone areas can significantly improve the accuracy and punctuality of The prediction of natural disasters. EndItem


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