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September 2, 2016

NGA Provides Unclassified Geospatial Intelligence for the Arctic

SPRINGFIELD, Va. — The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency launched a public website Sept. 2 to provide unclassified information about the Arctic. The public website supports efforts to strengthen international cooperation, better understand and manage resources responsibly, enhance quality of life in the Arctic and maintain valuable and vulnerable ecosystems.  The public site, accessible through www.nga.mil and located at nga.maps.arcgis.com, includes

December 5, 2015

PlanetObserver Presents PlanetDEM 30 Plus Global Elevation Model

Dec. 1, 2015—PlanetDEM 30 Plus is the new Digital Elevation Model from PlanetDEM range that offers global coverage at 30-meter resolution with seamless, accurate and reliable data. PlanetDEM 30 Plus is a multi-source elevation model based on SRTM 30m dataset extensively corrected and enhanced with ASTER data, and other high quality elevation data for high

October 20, 2014

TanDEM-X Starts Science Phase

The radar satellite TerraSAR-X has been orbiting the Earth since June 2007; in June 2010 its twin, TanDEM-X, followed it into space. For almost four years, the two satellites have been operated in a close flight formation by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR). During this time, the satellites have

September 15, 2014

How Do New-Generation Earth Observation Satellites Affect the Future of Elevation Models?

Whether planning an infrastructure network, conducting a military intervention mission in unknown terrain or analyzing terrain features for oil and gas exploration, precise, reliable elevation data support a wide range of applications and form the foundation of any accurate geospatial product.