Eternix Launches Blaze Terra 5.0

Eternix has announced the release of Blaze Terra 5.0, the newest version of its flagship product, now including fully fledged symbolisation. Blaze Terra users now have a great variety of options to define and illustrate differences between feature values, such as height, distance or size, by selecting from a wide choice of range settings and colour themes. The Symbology feature enables users to create rules by defining the field and value of items in order to visualise them in a customised style in order to better illustrate assets or areas including points, lines and polygons. The customised styles can be... (read more)
2016-08-08 10:37:29

El vino mejora con imágenes satelitales de muy alta resolución

Investigadores en Grecia revelan que el uso de imágenes por satélite puede mejorar la calidad del vino y ayuda a manejar la cosecha de uvas. En un reciente estudio de un caso publicado por European Space Imaging - imágenes multiespectrales VHR apoyan el manejo del cultivo en viñedos, el Laboratorio de Teledetección de la Universidad Técnica Nacional de Atenas (NTUA), Grecia, explica los beneficios de usar imágenes multiespectrales pancromáticas por satélite WorldView-2 para mejorar la calidad de la uva. Los expertos evaluaron la calidad de la información de datos en cuatro viñedos en el norte de Grecia comparando los datos... (read more)
2016-06-06 09:42:25

Blaze Terra Supports Multi-band Imagery

Blaze Terra of Eternix, Israel, supports visualisation and processing of multi-band imagery. This new capability allows real-time presentation and manipulation of thousands of colour bands in high dynamic range (both 8 and 16 bits per channel). Colour bands can further be blended and tuned by the end user to enhance the way various objects appear in an image. The high performance of Blaze Terra is preserved when working with multi-band images of virtually unlimited size. This new feature is seamlessly integrated with all existing Blaze Terra capabilities, such as on-the-fly reprojection, draping of imagery on top of elevation model and... (read more)
2012-03-14 10:26:01

Terra Future Focused on Linked Data

Highlighting the key role of geographic information (GI) in the development of linked data over the Web was the focus of a seminar in Ordnance Survey's Business Centre last week. Over 100 delegates from business, government and academia attended Terra future - Forging Links along with Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, and Professor Nigel Shadbolt. Wednesday 10 March saw the discussion of linked data as a new means of publishing and connecting data on the Web. This rapidly growing area recognises geography as being important as a means to help link data, and Ordnance Survey is... (read more)
2010-03-19 12:42:00

DJI Terra and P4 RTK

DJI Terra and P4 RTK (read more)
2020-10-09 09:56:38

Terra Drone Invests in Lidar Technology

Terra Drone has announced an enhancement of its Lidar capability spanning the agricultural, construction and mining sectors. This follows the appointment of Lidar specialist Jeremy Sofonia, previously of Rhino Imaging, as Terra Drone’s business development – executive manager, based in the company’s Australian office in Brisbane. A Certified Environmental Practitioner and a specialist in the application of remote sensing techniques, including unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and aerial Lidar, Sofonia has more than 16 years’ academic and professional experience, including working on a wide variety of marine and terrestrial projects worldwide. Utilising Mr Sofonia’s extensive local experience, Japan’s leading UAV provider... (read more)
2017-04-25 11:36:45

Terra Drone and Hitachi Sign UAV Partnership

Terra Drone, one of Asia’s leading service providers of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), and Hitachi Construction Machinery, a renowned manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, have announced a partnership to accelerate full-automatic UAV operation at construction sites. Terra Drone, based in Tokyo, Japan, is a UAV pioneer in surveying and analysing site conditions of job sites within the construction industry. The company was born as a part of Terra Group, selling 30,000 electric vehicles annually in Asia. Its participation in Hitachi Construction Machinery is comparable to that made in Japanese construction giant Kajima.  What Terra Drone can provide to customers is land-surveying with... (read more)
2016-08-10 10:22:06

Terra Drone Europe Wins UAV Mapping Contract with Ordnance Survey

Terra Drone Europe, a group company of Japan-based Terra Drone Corporations, has secured a framework agreement to provide unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) services to Ordnance Survey, the national mapping agency of the United Kingdom. The deliverables will include orthomosaics, digital terrain models (DTMs) and digital surface models (DSMs). Terra Drone Europe has already received over 500 survey locations to survey and will use a range of fixed wing and multirotor UAVs to carry out the surveys. To support the data collection over the entire UK, Terra Drone Europe has chosen RUAS, a professional drone services company and training provider based in... (read more)
2019-06-21 10:22:40

Terra Drone Acquires Dutch Aerial Survey Company Skeye

Terra Drone, a UAV technology company headquartered in Japan, has acquired a majority stake in the European drone service provider Skeye, based in The Netherlands. Skeye will become the European headquarters of Terra Drone. This acquisition makes Terra Drone one of the world's leading drone service companies, with more than 250 employees and a presence on all continents. Terra Drone aims to serve its clients with safer, better and more efficient surveys and inspections by using and developing innovative technologies in the fields of unmanned aerial vehicles. Skeye is an aerial survey and inspection company with a focus on drones in the... (read more)
2018-11-26 11:10:56

Terra Carta Contributes to a History Channel Programme

Terra Carta, a Dutch geophysical detection company that has become increasingly specialised in locating and accurately recording underground utility apparatus in recent years, will be contributing its expertise to History Channel Canada’s programme ‘War Junk’ in the coming week. War Junk is a History Channel Canada documentary series which goes in search of previously undiscovered WWI and WWII artefacts on former battlefields, mainly in Europe. The War Junk team is led by Professor David O’Keefe and programme maker Wayne Abbott, who together have more than 15 years of experience of investigating battle sites. In the week ahead, Terra Carta will... (read more)
2015-08-14 11:28:47
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