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  1. Hi everyone, does anyone knows how to generate a digital surface model with some satellite imagery? it's possible to create a terrain from stereo imagery in ArcGIS? and with just f.ex. 3-5 images not stereo? References : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_elevation_model
  2. Hi all, does anyone knows a software (or alternatively an internet site) where you can search on multiple commercial satellite imagery catalogs? for example if i need a sat image of an area, for a particular date, how can i search in Airbus, DigitalGlobe, Deimos, Kari, and other commercial imagery providers in just one step? thanks
  3. Hello, does anyone knows a satellite taking pictures at night with an archive catalog? ideal is a satellite like AQUA or TERRA taking imagery every day. regards M.
  4. Author: Daniel Macias Valadez, GNSS Analyst at Effigis Original text available here: http://bit.ly/1IYSbNY GPS, being the pioneer of all Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), is the only system that has remained fully operational for civilian use for more than two decades. The number of civilian applications has exploded in recent years and its popularity is undisputed. Other GNSS have had issues (GLONASS during the end of the 90s and the 00s) or are still incomplete (Galileo, BeiDou). This helps explain the fact that a large percentage of the population is familiar with the term “G
  5. Another great news for the remote sensing community: SPOT 7 was launched from India and is now on orbit ! http://www.spacenews.com/article/launch-report/41070india%E2%80%99s-pslv-rocket-lofts-airbus-spot-7-satellite This will be a great source of satellite images (but not for free )
  6. Hello everyone, Don't do very much remote sensing work at all so I have to ask, which imagery would you select for vegetation interpretation and why? I will be using the IR band. Geoeye-1 Pleiades WorldView-2 Assuming the cloud cover is not a factor.
  7. Does anyone have a resource for this? ERDAS only has IKONOS and LANDSAT sensors built in, so custom coefficients need to be added.
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