Correlator3D for Quebec27/04/2011
|The Geomatics Centre of Quebec (CGQ, Canada) has completed a major mapping project using SimActive Correlator3D. The project was done in collaboration with the Nippour Group, whose responsibilities included extensive quality assurance.|
The project involved processing more than 2,200 scanned films at 21cm ground sampling distance (GSD) and generating digital surface / terrain models (DSM/DTM) with 1m grid post spacing. More than 350,000 ground control points were then collected through real-time kinematic GPS by Nippour, and the average vertical error of the final DTM was shown to be less than 27cm.
Professionals who like to experience a live demonstration of Correlator3D at ASPRS 2011, to be held from 1st to 5th May in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, are requested to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit booth 323.
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Supplier: Simactive Inc.
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