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January 24, 2012

Use LiDAR, Oblique Images to Texture 3-D City Models

3 - D MODELING Terrasolid added new functionality to TerraScan, the company’s point cloud processing software. For two years the software has had the ability to automatically vectorize 3-D building models based on classified point clouds and building roof points. Now it’s  possible to automatically create wall textures from oblique images. Automatic Building Vectorization The purpose of

January 24, 2012

LiDAR Boosts Brain Power for Self-Driving Cars

NAVIGATION It mounts on top of a vehicle, has 64 lasers that generate millions of data points per second, and is a potential game changer in the world of autonomous vehicle  technology. The HDL-64E LiDAR sensor from Morgan Hill, Calif.-based Velodyne is designed for obstacle detection and navigation of autonomous ground vehicles and marine vessels.

January 24, 2012

Consider an Integrated Approach for Upgrading Transmission Lines

UTILITIES MANAGEMENT W.I.R.E. Services, a division of Manitoba Hydro International Ltd. (MHI), recently completed an aerial LiDAR survey and engineering upgrade project for a large transmission line utility in Panama. The project included a LiDAR survey from which W.I.R.E. Services created 3-D dynamic models of the utility’s transmission lines and went on to analyze the

October 12, 2011

Delivering Time-Sensitive 3-D Imagery to the Warfighter

  In August 2011, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp., under a contract from the Rapid Reaction Technology Office in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, demonstrated its real-time, full-motion 3-D Flash LiDAR Imaging System with supporting Ball-developed software at Camp Roberts, Calif. The objective of the experiment, which was part of the U.S. Special

October 12, 2011

Emergency Relief, Humanitarian Efforts Require Accurate, Real-Time Satellite Imagery

To support humanitarian relief and human security activities around the world, DigitalGlobe has formed an alliance with the United Nations Institute for Training and Research’s Operational Satellite Applications Programme (UNOSAT). Using FirstLook, a DigitalGlobe crisis team that supports UNOSAT’s efforts by continuously monitoring activities with sources such as the Global Disaster and Coordination System (GDACS) 

October 12, 2011

Satellite Technology Bolsters Global Maritime Surveillance

The Satellite Automatic Identification System (S-AIS) from exactEarth is forever changing the way geospatial intelligence professionals enhance maritime domain awareness. S-AIS provides a timely, unambiguous foundation of the maritime common operating picture for the intelligence community, combatant commands, coalition partners, homeland security agencies and environmental regulators. Navies, coast guards and maritime authorities in countries as

October 12, 2011

Solve Problems with the Best I.D.E.A.S.: Intelligent Data Exploration and Analytics System

The SI Organization and partners Global Marketing Insights and GCS Research, along with a commercial high-performance computing facility, have found a way to reach the masses with a user-friendly, easily accessible system for satellite data and operational models.  Finding the Right Geospatial Data and Models Due to the proliferation of satellite data, consumers have a difficult time locating and accessing data

October 12, 2011

Exploiting Time-Derived, Activity-Based Intelligence

Historically, geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) analysis focused on scheduled, precise, preplanned reconnaissance against known targets—countries or actors with the capability to threaten U.S. interests with military force. Today advanced communications systems and access to information make terrorism and irregular warfare more dynamic and unpredictable than our historical view of strategic threats. Emerging tradecraft for counterterrorism and

October 12, 2011

Creating Clarity for Human Terrain Analysis

In a world that’s increasingly influenced by nontraditional, disparate data,  as well as  open source information channels, the Department of Defense (DoD) continues to lack the critical ability to rapidly synthesize and aggregate information at scale to fully understand how “new data” affects “current data.” In fact, finding new ways and technologies to increase the

October 12, 2011

Racing to Adopt FMV Technology

The rapid emergence of full-motion video (FMV) technology is assuming the role aerial photography once filled. As “instant access” to information becomes the norm, how do we envision meeting the demand to handle growing amounts of streaming FMV? With more than 7,000 unmanned ground and aerial systems simultaneously collecting video data, will military command and

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