Nana Ekow Nkwa Sey

Nana Ekow Nkwa Sey
University of Energy and Natural Resources | UENR · Earth Observation Research & Innovation Centre (EORIC)

Master of Science

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6 Research Items
4 Citations
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Additional affiliations
July 2018 - October 2020
University of Energy and Natural Resources
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • Earth Observation Research & Innovation Centre (EORIC)
Education
January 2020 - December 2022
University of Energy and Natural Resources
Field of study
  • Environmental Engineering and Management
October 2012 - July 2016
Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science and Technology
Field of study
  • Aerospace Engineering

Publications

Publications (6)
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Rooftop detection has numerous applications such as change detection in human settlements, land encroachments, planning routes to rural areas and estimation of solar generation potential of cities. Detecting the number, type and shape of building roofs form part of preliminary procedures to perform a variety of tasks for making decisions. Assessmen...
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Globally 54% of children under 5 years are malnourished with an estimated 78.3 million and 57.5 million live in Asia and Africa respectively. However, with the advent of COVID-19, the situation is projected to worsen, as nations are already experiencing an imbalance of demand and supply within food value chains. Interestingly, nations with a high l...
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Ghana’s forest and wildlife reserves are depleting at an alarming rate and hence, the Mole National Park which is considered the oldest and largest wildlife protected area in Ghana is no exception. Bush fires are a major contributor to this menace. Fire hotspot prediction and mapping using satellite data provides a better alternative to monitoring...
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The increasing popularity in the use of drones has also led to their adoption by electric utility companies to monitor intrusive vegetation near powerlines due to their ability to provide reliable and cost-effective inspections, minimising downtime and improving the efficiency of the monitoring operations of such companies. Besides the lines themse...
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Wildfire outbreaks in West Africa during the last decade has become a huge challenge towards, biodiversity, soil fertility, fora and fauna, agricultural sector development and the promotion of traditional medicine in this zone, and facilitates land degradation as well. This is because large wildfire outbreaks have destroyed tons of forests and farm...

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