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Art & Science: Military Geospatial Engineers and da Vinci

Geospatial engineering is the art and science of applying geographic information to enable understanding of the physical environment for military operations. The art is the ability to understand mission, enemy, terrain and weather, troops and support available, time available, civil … 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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Newer! Faster! Easier! ENVI 5 Feature Extraction!

One of my favorite features that has been added to ENVI in the past several years is the Feature Extraction workflow.  That tool segments an input image into polygonal objects, then classifies those objects into categories using the spatial, spectral, … Continue reading

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