Protecting Satellite Images Against Attacks using AI and Image Processing Techniques

Satellite imagery is a pivotal source of valuable information for monitoring our planet along with natural resources. However, these images have an extreme acquisition cost. Nowadays, with the widespread of the advanced technology, unauthorized ordinary people can access these data, modify their content and utilize them illegally. Therefore, there is a massive demand for providing secure storage and transmission of such data. Hence, digital watermarking has been introduced for overcoming this illegitimate practice.


20 May 2021


10:00 am - 11:00 am




  • Dr. Alavikunhu Panthakkan
    Dr. Alavikunhu Panthakkan
    Assistant Professor

    Dr. Alavikunhu Panthakkan is a dynamic research scientist in electronics engineering and image signal processing. His research interests are in the areas of engineering education, copyright protection, authentication, medical image processing, video signal processing and artificial neural network. He received bachelor degree (B.Tech) in electronics and communication engineering, master degree (M.Tech) in electronics engineering and Ph.D. in electronics engineering. He has 4 years industrial experience and 7 years of teaching/research experience. He has published 20 papers in international conferences and journals. He is a member of Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), member of Institution of Engineers (India) (MIE), member of International Association of Engineers (IAENG), member of International Association of Computer and Information Technology (IACSIT) and member of Institute of Research Engineers and Doctors (IRED).