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L3Harris Geospatial whitepapers feature detailed technical information about how product and services have been developed and used across industries to empower you to understand the world around you.



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Using UAV Imagery and Deep Learning for Wind Turbine Inspection

12/12/2018

Presented at Wind Europe Summit 2018

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Custom Workflows for Detecting Hydrocarbon Microseepage in Remote Sensing Imagery

12/12/2018

Presented at the GRSG Oil and Gas Workshop – Boulder, Colorado – July 11-12, 2018.

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Optimizing a Global Satellite Constellation for AIS and Maritime Domain Awareness

6/23/2016

Although relatively new, Satellite Automatic Identification System (S-AIS) technology has fundamentally changed the landscape for monitoring the maritime domain. Improving upon existing AIS technology already deployed aboard all large vessels and many smaller vessels around the globe, S-AIS is truly revolutionary in providing a complete and... Read More >

Accuracy Assessment of Passive Point Clouds

10/20/2015

Passive point clouds have become a pervasive data modality for remote sensing analyses. A passive point cloud is a three-dimensional dataset representing the horizontal and vertical position of everything on the surface of an area. These points are generated using photogrammetric algorithms that take advantage of the parallax between the images... Background Passive point clouds have become a pervasive data modality for remote sensing analyses. A passive point cloud is a three-dimensional dataset representing the horizontal and vertical position of everything on the surface of an area. These points are generated using photogrammetric algorithms that take advantage of the parallax... Read More >

Geospatial Solutions in the Cloud

12/2/2014

Geospatial analytics allow people to ask questions of data that exist within a spatial context. Usually this means extracting information from remotely sensed data such as multispectral imagery or LiDAR that is focused on observing the Earth and the things happening on it, both in a static sense or over a period of time. Familiar examples of... What are Geospatial Analytics? Geospatial analytics allow people to ask questions of data that exist within a spatial context. Usually this means extracting information from remotely sensed data such as multispectral imagery or LiDAR that is focused on observing the Earth and the things happening on it, both in a static sense or over a period... Read More >

Enterprise Geospatial Solutions from Exelis Inc.

10/29/2014

CLOUD-BASED DATA ANALYSIS IS THE FUTURE Over the past decade the proliferation of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in both military and commercial applications has been increasingly driven by developments in web technology. The ability to search, discover, and consume geospatial data and information over a network has made web mapping... Read More >

ENVI and IDL Services Engine : Getting Maximum Performance

10/29/2014

ENVI in the Cloud Background For the past 30 years Exelis – Visual Information Solutions (VIS) has been delivering premier scientific data analysis tools and solutions to researchers, analysts, and businesses through the IDL and ENVI platforms. ENVI and IDL are maintained and developed to meet the needs of the broad community of users for both analytics... Read More >

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