IFSAR and LiDAR Product Sample

Pre-Processed LIDAR Data in an Urban Area
LIDAR. Pre-Processed LIDAR Data in an Urban Area
Geometric View of a TIN (Hillshaded by Elevation) Created With Break Lines
LIDAR. Geometric View of a TIN (Hillshaded by Elevation) Created With Break Lines
IFSAR ORI (Orthorectified Image) Example
IFSAR ORI (Orthorectified Image) Example
IFSAR CORI (Color Orthorectified Radar Image)
IFSAR CORI (Color Orthorectified Radar Image)
IFSAR DSM example depicted with shaded relief
IFSAR DSM example depicted with shaded relief
IFSAR DTM example depicted with shaded relief
IFSAR DTM example depicted with shaded relief
Radar sensor geometry example of our system configuration in which the radar beam (in yellow) has an incidence angle range from 35° to 55°. The location of the near range (NR) and far range (FR) and swath width are also indicated. At a flying height of 10.4 km (34,000 feet), our swath width is approximately 11.5 km in width. A typical flight line can be as long as 1200 km.
Radar sensor geometry example of our system configuration in which the radar beam (in yellow) has an incidence angle range from 35° to 55°. The location of the near range (NR) and far range (FR) and swath width are also indicated. At a flying height of 10.4 km (34,000 feet), our swath width is approximately 11.5 km in width. A typical flight line can be as long as 1200 km.

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