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3D Terrain Model and Intensity Imagery 3D Terrain Model and Intensity Imagery

Short description of our projects of processing LIDAR data for 25,000 sq. km for MD, NC, SC, TX, Puerto-Rico. Recent project for Maryland/DNR includes generation of 2-m pixel resolution DTM/DSM and 1-m resolution intensity images for 11 counties.

High-resolution Terrain and Vegetation Models High-resolution Terrain and Vegetation Models

This impressive LIDAR-based project for General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products focused on generation of high-resolution Digital Terrain Model and accurate 3D-model of foliage and obstacles.

Automatic Extraction of Structures, Roads and Bodies of Water Automatic Extraction of Structures, Roads and Bodies of Water

Applications of software with elements of Artificial Intelligence for automated extraction of buildings, roads and bodies of water from LIDAR and other data (county-sized projects: Beaufort (SC), Duplin and Mecklenburg (NC), Galveston and Harris (TX), Prince George (MD)).

Automatic Generation of 3D Urban Models Automatic Generation of 3D Urban Models

The samples from our project for processing LIDAR data for 300 sq. km with 1-m pixel resolution and automated generation of 3-D model of complex urban terrain (downtown and suburban Boston, MA).

Remote Sensing and Flooding Problem Remote Sensing and Flooding Problem

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) contracted to Dewberry LLC and GIST team to evaluate more efficient and effective methods for generating the nationwide registry of structural elevation data for the National Flood Insurance Program.

IFSAR (InSAR) Projects IFSAR (InSAR) Projects

Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar is an innovative technique which produces the combination of SAR imaging with co-registered height data. GIST team has a solid experience for automated processing of IFSAR data and involve in preparation of future InSAR satellite.

 
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