(source: http://dominoc925.blogspot.com/) The height accuracy of the collected LiDAR data can be verified by comparing with independently surveyed ground control points on hard, flat, open surfaces. It is essentially just calculating the height differences for all the control points and then determining the height root mean squared error (RMSE) or differences. Most LiDAR processing software have the […]Read More Using Excel to calculate the RMSE for LiDAR vertical ground control points
Barcelona (Spain), Winnipeg (Canada), Las Vegas (USA), Moscow (Russia), Durban (South Africa), Vancouver (Canada) and Tokyo (Japan)… these were some of my Terrain view’s 3D scenarios published by Computamaps, a South African company I worked in not so long ago. By the way it was one of my best professional experiences ever… I enjoyed joining […]Read More Some of my 3D scenarios
I have thought there is something very interesting maybe you guys have never tried… using your Google Earth sesssion not just for navigating, finding your house or the place you are going on holidays to… If you use the WMS protocol to show your map over your 3D scenario you are going to add a […]Read More WMS in Google Earth.
Protocolos de creación de escenarios en 3D, tratamiento de imágenes satélite, creación de modelos digitales de elevaciones -MDE- y del terreno -MDT- además de modelos en 3D. Google Sketchup, Google Earth, Global Mapper.Read More Definición de flujos de trabajo en 3D