Tag Archives: E3De

Integrating LiDAR Analysis into your GIS

With the International LiDAR Mapping Forum (ILMF) coming to Denver next month, I think it’s important to revisit the value that LiDAR brings to the GIS user. According to Wikipedia, Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) is an optical remote sensing … Continue reading

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Even More ENVI and ArcGIS Integration

Wow, what a great turn out last week ENVI and E3De – Learn the Latest!  webinar!  I am always happy to hear your questions, see how you’re using our software, and share our latest and greatest updates with you.   This … Continue reading

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LiDAR Feature Extraction and Geospatial Analysis

In just a few days I’ll be at the 2012 Esri International User Conference and I’m looking forward to seeing what new LiDAR applications and methods everyone is buzzing about.  Recently, I’ve seen the growing use of LiDAR data across … 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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DEM versus DTM versus DSM

There are a few terms that I find to be especially confusing to the community of people who use our geospatial software.  I thought it might be useful to clarify how I and others at Exelis VIS use some of … Continue reading

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Getting to Know LiDAR

I’ve worked with a lot of different types of geospatial data in my years at ITT VIS, but one type that I’ve had relatively little experience with is LiDAR. So, when ITT VIS announced that we would be releasing a … Continue reading

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