The 2008 NAIP program provided data as quarter quadrangle tiles in JPEG2000 uncompressed format and as county mosaics in compressed (15:1 target compression) JPEG 2000 format. The FSA created the compressed county mosaic product to provide timely information for the FSA compliance program. The 2008 NAIP dataset includes polygons (shapefile format) delineating the seam boundaries between acquired imagery used in the creation of the quarter quadrangle images and the county mosaics. Users can use these polygons as a tool to determine the image source date for each portion of the dataset. The metadata for each quarter quad image includes the source date of the image.
The 2008 NAIP program implemented two major changes from previous years: terrain correction to true ground position and acquisition of four band imagery (red, green, blue, and near infrared frequencies). All images were rectified to true ground control points, rather than existing imagery as in previous years to improve accuracy. Mapping personnel worked closely with NAIP staff to acquire ground control points used for quality assurance assessments. Users may view the 4 band imagery either as natural color or color infrared images by changing the band display options. The cost of adding the fourth band to the deliverable product was not significantly more than the cost of a 3 band image acquisition and provided users with more information.
Tererra Incorporated has integrated newest hardware technologies together with custom operating system enhancements to deliver an accelerated storage solution that is very cost effective. Many companies would like to invest heavily in 10G, 40G, or even 56G network topographies in 2015 and 2016. This customer demand also requires a cost effective storage solution which can handle these speeds. Switch manufacturers are making this a cost effective investment with newest pricing strategies and affordable switches and network cards. Storage manufacturers however, are not effectively targeting cust..
The Tererra Network provides enhanced ISP services, and provides a single fully integrated connectivity solution. The Tererra Network is a world spanning Ethernet/IP network that runs over our privately managed network infrastructure along with its other network products including StratofLash storage, Stratorender GPU rendering, SDN/MPS, Ethernet and Wave Division Multiplexing services.
The Tererra Network works as a community of interest network, enabling all its members to predictably control the distribution of data delivery between customer sites in a way that would otherwise only be ac..
We are pleased to announce the complete and 100% cloud free data over all of the European Union in 2016. The data has been amassed through five years of mapping and project work. It is delivered as GeoTIFF on more than 10TB of hard drives, with a WGS84 and Geodetic datum and projection. We can grid-n-tile the data as you like, in a variety of geospatial file formats.
EarthOnDrive/WavGen have recently partnered with Battlespace Simulatons Inc., to provide a rich geospatial data environment using 15m Landsat Imagery, and very high resolution CONUS aerial imagery for tactical and ground based military and defense simulations. GIS-enabled: Pan, Scale or Zoom anywhere on Earth. Support for all the most common GIS formats, including NGA's aeronautical charts (GNC, JNC, ONC, TPC) in CADRG format; GeoTiff and Vector formats (VPF and SHP).
BSI provides world-class, PC-based simulation solutions, including MACE, the flagship product providing computer g..