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Addressing Budget Constraints with Innovation and Creativity

At last week’s National Space Symposium, I had the opportunity to speak with many of our industry’s leaders and government customers about the current and future climate for space-based expenditures. It is clear that there are emerging threats as well … Continue reading

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An Efficient Remote Sensing Solution

What’s glossy, full of colors, says 1000 words without a single letter, and is stacked 20 inches high on my desk? Imagery magazines! I love a good read and when a colleague arrived at my door with an armload of … Continue reading

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Multiple Data Modalities: Fusion not Confusion

While I am truly a great advocate of the phrase, “two head’s are better than one”, and might even expand the idea that “three are better than two”; when it comes to geospatial data I recognize it is a great … 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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International LiDAR Mapping Forum 2012

Last week I attended the ILMF show just down the road in Denver, CO.  One of the big topics at the show was the National Enhanced Elevation Project (NEEP).  This project is sponsored by organizations such as NDEP, USGS, NGA, … Continue reading

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ASPRS Pecora 18 Symposium

I just returned from the ASPRS Pecora 18 Symposium, held in Herndon, VA. What a great show! There were approximately 500 attendees, many of whom are using satellite imagery, aerial imagery, or LiDAR data and are looking for new ways … Continue reading

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