Monthly Archives: February 2012

Association of American Geographers & Remote Sensing

Looking down on New York from my airplane window, I was impressed by the well laid out grid of streets and lit up buildings below. It reminded me of a hyperspectral image, in that I knew when I arrived in … Continue reading

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Extracting Building Features from LiDAR and Optical Data

As the availability of remotely acquired data continues to grow, high quality imagery is more accessible and less expensive than it was in previous decades. As a result, the need to incorporate remotely sensed imagery into GIS-based analyses continues to … Continue reading

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Data, data everywhere…

Cyber-green. Has that term been coined? If not, I am excited to do so here as my first contribution to the Imagery Speaks blog. Think of this: repurposing data you already have, or using new approaches to extract meaningful information … Continue reading

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Don’t Copy that Data! How the JPIP Paradigm helps Save Storage Space

As the number of sensors collecting imagery grows, and the size of individual images grows, we continue to require more and more storage space to house image data.  In order to get the imagery to the end users who really … Continue reading

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