Nur Fajar Trihantoro is a PhD Candidate in Geospatial Science at RMIT University with an academic background in Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering. Fajar Trihantoro earned his undergraduate degree from the Institute of Technology Bandung in Indonesia before going on to pursue a Masters in Geospatial Science at RMIT University, where he gained expertise in using numerical computation methods to analyse various data sources such as remote sensing imagery, Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and altimetry data.
Currently, Fajar Trihantoro’s PhD research is focused on developing a more efficient wildfire detection method by utilizing the Kalman Filter to combine data from multiple satellites. His objective is to enhance the accuracy and efficiency of the existing detection methods by integrating data from various sensors. Upon completing his PhD, Fajar Trihantoro plans to become a researcher that focuses on data manipulation and numerical methods in geospatial science.
Project Title: Real Time Fire Analytics