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  • n. An aerial photograph that has been geometrically corrected (orthorectified) such that the scale of the photograph is uniform, meaning that the photo can be considered equivalent to a map.


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  • After having been processed with GeoGarage spatial image tiling solution, about 1018 NOAA raster nautical charts (RNC/BSB/KAP format) are displayed with advanced quilting (mosaic image with removed borders for a seamless rendering of multiple charts), and transparency management via layer opacity sliders (for terrestrial maps and orthophoto overlay).

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  • ESA selected the Belgium-based Keyobs service provider to supply the EIB with a set of up-to-date high-resolution orthophoto maps and land-cover maps of the primary forests and the disturbed areas, based on the most recent EO data.

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  • Photogrammetric and remote sensing applications for imagery collected by the UltraCamXp include large-scale engineering mapping, high-resolution (true) orthophoto production, multi-ray photogrammetry, feature extraction and classification.

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  • I am getting an error and crash that Civil 3D 2010 is running out of memory when I try to publish an Arch E sized layout with a single viewport showing a color MrSID orthophoto.

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  • Just pull up a georectified orthophoto in NAD83 State Plane and digitize the boundary.

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  • For more than 20 years Ofek Aerial Photography Ltd has been a leader in geospatial applications, focusing on aerial survey, orthophoto production and high resolution satellite imagery.

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  • It offers a 64 megapixel image format, a 1: 2.2 pan sharpen ratio and collects RGB and NIR in parallel, all with forward motion compensation by TDI, allowing it to deliver brilliant true-color and color-infrared (CIR) image quality with unmatched radiometric range, and making it ideal for smaller large-scale and photogrammetric projects, high-resolution (true) orthophoto production, multi-ray photogrammetry, corridor mapping, and lidar integration.

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  • - Resulting from cooperative research by the USGS and Microsoft Corporation, the TerraServer provides free online access to USGS digital aerial photographs, known as digital orthophoto quadrangles, and to digital topographic maps, known as digital raster graphics.

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  • The Leica RCD100 is a highly productive, yet affordable, mapping solution for those who want to convert from analog to digital airborne imaging and for those who want productivity and efficiency for smaller to medium-sized photogrammetric mapping and orthophoto projects.

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  • From flight planning with Leica FPES and flight management with Leica FCMS to orthophoto production, feature extraction and 3D mapping, the Leica RCD100 offers end-to-end workflow solutions from one vendor.

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