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Software Photogrammetry

With fast evolution in topographic map also it is softwares support for creating map data, We offering one on the most known software in map industry , the software has meet the user requirement for capturing 3D informations such as vector, points, and elevation models, beside that functions the software also has integration with the CAD or GIS from third party software for support user flexibility and background.

SUMMIT EVOLUTION

Summit Evolution provides a set of powerful tools for discovering and capturing 3D information from stereo data. The software includes CAD and GIS interfaces, 3D stereo vector superimposition, automated feature editing, contour generation and many more tools. Through the Capture™ interface for enabled Summit products, image features from a Summit Evolution project are digitized directly into AutoCAD®, MicroStation®, ArcGIS® or Global Mapper®. With DAT/EM SuperImposition™, those image features are overlaid on the Summit Evolution project for immediate feature verification.

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SUMMIT UAS

As a UAS post-processing toolkit, Summit UAS gives users control over their data. Summit UAS consists of two powerful applications, Summit Evolution Lite and LandScape, which among their many features offer ways to further explore and edit the point cloud and orthomosaic created by UAS processing software. The two products can be used separately to visualize and alter data or together to superimpose a point cloud onto stereo or orthomosaic imagery for targeted digitizing and editing tasks. Summit UAS is the right choice to explore and analyze your UAS data in 3D stereo and capture that understanding as fully-georeferenced 3D points and vectors.

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Landscape

View and edit 3-dimensional point clouds using LandScape from DAT/EM Systems International to provide an advanced and efficient portal into one’s terrain dataset. LandScape is capable of operating on very large terrain point clouds such as from LiDAR or SfM. The operator may choose options to view terrain datasets in stereo within LandScape in standalone mode, or interacting with and superimposed over a Summit Evolution imagery project. LandScape contains a wide variety of automatic and interactive tools to enhance understanding of one’s data by creating, modifying and classifying points as well as drawing vectors based on those points. LandScape’s tools can be configured by the user to further enhance understanding of the data view.

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Correlator 3D

Simactive Is a leading develover of photogrammetry software since 2003 form Canada, simactive have new continually innovation with the Correlator 3D product. And Correlator 3D the first software use GPU-Powered AT and DSM engines in the industry.

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Data Supply Imagery

Satellite data provides an alternative as a baseline for topographic map-making because of the relatively cheaper in terms of price compared to other types of satellite data in its class, and aims to accelerate the creation of digital topographic maps in order to support the development, especially the development of spatial data.




Satellite Imagery of the product that we provide :

AVNIR

The Advanced Visible and Near Infrared Radiometer type 2 (AVNIR-2) is a visible and near infrared radiometer for observing land and coastal zones. It provides better spatial land-coverage maps and land-use classification maps for monitoring regional environments. AVNIR-2 is a successor to AVNIR that was on board the Advanced Earth Observing Satellite (ADEOS), which was launched in August 1996.

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PRISM

The Panchromatic Remote-sensing Instrument for Stereo Mapping (PRISM) is a panchromatic radiometer with 2.5m spatial resolution at nadir. Its extracted data will provide a highly accurate digital surface model (DSM). PRISM has three independent optical systems for viewing nadir, forward and backward producing a stereoscopic image along the satellite's track. Each telescope consists of three mirrors and several CCD detectors for push-broom scanning. The nadir-viewing telescope covers a width of 70km; forward and backward telescopes cover 35km each.

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PALSAR

The Phased Array type L-band Synthetic Aperture Radar (PALSAR) is an active microwave sensor using L-band frequency to achieve cloud-free and day-and-night land observation. It provides higher performance than theJERS-1's synthetic aperture radar (SAR). Fine resolution in a conventional mode, but PALSAR will have another advantageous observation mode. ScanSAR, which will enable us to acquire a 250 to 350km width of SAR images (depending on the number of scans) at the expense of spatial resolution. This swath is three to five times wider than conventional SAR images. The development of the PALSAR is a joint project between JAXA and the Japan Resources Observation System Organization (JAROS).

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ALOS 2

The PALSAR-2 aboard the ALOS-2 is a Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), which emits microwave and receives the reflection from the ground to acquire information. Since it does not need other sources of light such as the sun, SAR has the advantage of providing satellite images regardless day or night. The frequency of transmitting and receiving microwave is L-band, which is less affected by clouds and rains. This all-weather observing capability is suitable for monitoring disasters rapidly. In addition, L-band microwave can reach to the ground partially penetrating through vegetation to obtain information of vegetation and ground surface.

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AW3D

AW3D is the world’s first and the most precise 3D map covering all global land spaces with 5 meter resolution. In urban area, even 3D data with 0.5 meter resolution is available. AW3D is the world’s most precise global 3D map covering all global land spaces with 5 meter resolution, developed and sold jointly by NTT DATA and Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan (“RESTEC”). This service also distributes highly detailed 0.5 meter to 2 meter resolution versions of 3D map utilizing satellite images from DigitalGlobe.

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Worldview-01

WorldView-1 satellite sensor was successfully launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, U.S.A., at 11:35 Hrs Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) on September 18th, 2007.

The WorldView-1 offers a high-capacity, panchromatic imaging system which features 0.46m resolution imagery.

Operating at an altitude of 496 kilometers, WorldView-1 satellite has an average revisit time of 1.7 days and is capable of collecting up to 750,000 square kilometers (290,000 square miles) per day of half-meter imagery. The satellite is also equipped with state-of-the-art geo-location capabilities and exhibits stunning agility with rapid targeting and efficient in-track stereo collection.

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Worldview-02

DigitalGlobe's WorldView-2 satellite sensor, launched October 8, 2009, provides 0.46m panchromatic (B&W) mono and stereo satellite image data.

The WorldView-2 sensor provides a high resolution panchromatic band and eight (8) multispectral bands; four (4) standard colors (red, green, blue, and near-infrared 1) and four (4) new bands (coastal, yellow, red edge, and near-infrared 2), full-color images for enhanced spectral analysis, mapping and monitoring applications, land-use planning, disaster relief, exploration, defense and intelligence, and visualization and simulation environments.

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Wordlview- 03

The WorldView-3 satellite sensor was licensed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to collect in addition to the standard Panchromatic and Multispectral bands, eight-band short-wave infrared (SWIR) and 12 CAVIS imagery. The WorldView-3 satellite was successfully launched on August 13, 2014. 

WorldView-3 is the first multi-payload, super-spectral, high-resolution commercial satellite sensor operating at an altitude of 617 km. WorldView-3 satellite provides 31 cm panchromatic resolution, 1.24 m multispectral resolution, 3.7 m short wave infrared resolution (SWIR) and 30 m CAVIS resolution. The satellite has an average revisit time of <1 day and is capable of collecting up to 680,000 km2 per day.

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Wordlview- 04

WorldView-4 satellite was successfully launched on Friday, November 11, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. PST from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. DigitalGlobe's WorldView-4 is capable of discerning objects on the Earth's surface as small as 31cm in the panchromatic and will collect 4-band multispectral at 1.24-meter resolution. WorldView-4 will have similar resolution as the WorldView-3 satellite sensor. This advanced resolution will offer customers unprecedented, precise views for 2D or 3D mapping, change detection and image analysis.

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Geoeye

The GeoEye-1 satellite sensor was successfully launched on September 6, 2008. The satellite, which was launched at Vanderberg Air Force Base, California, provides a resolution of 0.46 meters.

GeoEye-1 is capable of acquiring image data at 0.46 meter panchromatic (B&W) and 1.84 meter multispectral resolution. It also features a revisit time of less than three days, as well as the ability to locate an object within just three meters of its physical location.

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Ikonos

The IKONOS satellite sensor was successfully launched as the first commercially available high resolution satellite sensor on September 24, 1999 at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, USA.

The IKONOS satellite sensor is a high-resolution satellite operated by DigitalGlobe. Its capabilities include capturing a 3.2m multispectral, Near-Infrared (NIR)0.82m panchromatic resolution at nadir. Its applications include both urban and rural mapping of natural resources and of natural disasters, tax mapping, agriculture and forestry analysis, mining, engineering, construction, and change detection. It can yield relevant data for nearly all aspects of environmental study. IKONOS images have also been procured by Satellite Imaging Corporation for use in the media and motion picture industries,

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Pleiades 1A

AIRBUS Defence & Space Pleiades-1A satellite sensor was successfully launched on December 16, 2011 and provides 0.5m high resolution satellite image data. 

The Pleiades-1A satellite is capable of providing orthorectified color data at 0.5-meter resolution (roughly comparable to GeoEye-1) and revisiting any point on Earth as it covers a total of 1 million square kilometers (approximately 386,102 square miles) daily. Perhaps most importantly, Pleiades-1A is capable of acquiring high-resolution stereo imagery in just one pass, and can accommodate large areas (up to 1,000 km x 1,000 km).

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Pleiades 1B

Pleiades-1B satellite sensor was successfully launched on December 2, 2012. Built by AIRBUS Defence & Space, the satellite was launched from a Soyuz launcher at the European Space Centre in French Guiana

The launch of Pleiades-1B satellite sensor marks the third step in the formation of a constellation of four satellites combining a double daily revisit capability and an ingenious range of resolutions.

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TerraSAR-X

The successful launch of TerraSAR-X took place on June 15, 2007 from the Russian Cosmodrome, Baikonur, Kazakhstan, on a Russian/Ukrainian Dnepr-1 launch vehicle with a 1.5 m long fairing extension. Launch provider: ISC Kosmotras, Moscow.

In 2002, AIRBUS Defence and Space was awarded a contract to implement the X-band TerraSAR satellite (TerraSAR-X) on the basis of a public-private partnership agreement (PPP). In this arrangement, AIRBUS Defence and Space funded part of the implementation cost of the TerraSAR-X system. The satellite is owned and operated by DLR, and the scientific data rights remain with DLR. The satellite has a design life of at least five years. TerraSAR-X is of SIR-C/X-SAR (1994) and SRTM (2000) heritage - DLR SAR instruments flown on shuttle missions.

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Kompsat 2

KOMPSAT (Korean Multi-Purpose Satellite) program is a part of Korean government’s space development program, which aims at providing very high resolution satellite imagery to national and international remote sensing society. Since the first launch of KOMPSAT-1 (6.6 m, Optical) in 1999, resolution has been evolved to 55 cm due to the launch of KOMPSAT-3A, and has been widen to X-band SAR satellite imagery. KOMPSAT is dual-use program. Korean Aerospace Research Institute(KARI) is in charge of KOMPSAT operation, and SI Imaging Services (SIIS) has worldwide exclusive distribution rights of KOMPSAT imagery. As a national space program, data continuity of KOMPSAT is guaranteed for both VHR Optical and SAR.

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Kompsat 3

KOMPSAT (Korean Multi-Purpose Satellite) program is a part of Korean government’s space development program, which aims at providing very high resolution satellite imagery to national and international remote sensing society. Since the first launch of KOMPSAT-1 (6.6 m, Optical) in 1999, resolution has been evolved to 55 cm due to the launch of KOMPSAT-3A, and has been widen to X-band SAR satellite imagery. KOMPSAT is dual-use program. Korean Aerospace Research Institute(KARI) is in charge of KOMPSAT operation, and SI Imaging Services (SIIS) has worldwide exclusive distribution rights of KOMPSAT imagery. As a national space program, data continuity of KOMPSAT is guaranteed for both VHR Optical and SAR.

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Kompsat 3A

KOMPSAT (Korean Multi-Purpose Satellite) program is a part of Korean government’s space development program, which aims at providing very high resolution satellite imagery to national and international remote sensing society. Since the first launch of KOMPSAT-1 (6.6 m, Optical) in 1999, resolution has been evolved to 55 cm due to the launch of KOMPSAT-3A, and has been widen to X-band SAR satellite imagery. KOMPSAT is dual-use program. Korean Aerospace Research Institute(KARI) is in charge of KOMPSAT operation, and SI Imaging Services (SIIS) has worldwide exclusive distribution rights of KOMPSAT imagery. As a national space program, data continuity of KOMPSAT is guaranteed for both VHR Optical and SAR.

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Kompsat 3A

KOMPSAT (Korean Multi-Purpose Satellite) program is a part of Korean government’s space development program, which aims at providing very high resolution satellite imagery to national and international remote sensing society. Since the first launch of KOMPSAT-1 (6.6 m, Optical) in 1999, resolution has been evolved to 55 cm due to the launch of KOMPSAT-3A, and has been widen to X-band SAR satellite imagery. KOMPSAT is dual-use program. Korean Aerospace Research Institute(KARI) is in charge of KOMPSAT operation, and SI Imaging Services (SIIS) has worldwide exclusive distribution rights of KOMPSAT imagery. As a national space program, data continuity of KOMPSAT is guaranteed for both VHR Optical and SAR.

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In the years, company has invested in many new ways and technologies to keep up within this competitive environment providing products and services to the clients and partners.

Now company is establishing itself and more ready in competing in a very tight mapping industries' competition. always adapt to new technologies is the key beside qualified employees to answer all of inquiries from its clients. is committed to serving its clients with the best quality and on-time product delivery results. company has must have the best of human resources available especially in mapping industry supporting the company beside our range of complete equipments that are ready to use for reaching the expectation.

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