Remote Sensing

create contour from .hgt to .shp

Bismillah..

.hgt is SRTM data extension. you can directly export this kind of data to .dem (USGS) from Global Mapper (registered only)

1. just click File – Export Raster and Elevation Data – Export DEM – OK

Export .hgt to.dem in GM
Export .hgt to.dem in GM

after that just load your ArcView

2. move your cursor to File – Import Data Source – Select USGS DEM – OK

Import .dem in ArcView
Import .dem in ArcView

3. then create contour from Surface – create contour – insert your interval kontur needed..

Create contour
Create contour

4. final step is convert to shapefile, just move your cursor to Theme – Convert to shapefile..choose where you want to save your .shp (complete with tabular data).

Convert to .shp
Convert to .shp
choose place to save your data
choose place to save your data
Well done, now you just have your contour complete with it's tabular data
Well done, now you just have your contour complete with it's tabular data

after all steps, you could modifies your data..

good luck yooo..:)

Note:

a. In step 4. make sure your “contour” in active position..select it for activated

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1 thought on “create contour from .hgt to .shp”

  1. the image must in stereo format like SPOT5 HRS (High Resolution Stereo) or like TerraSAR.. or aerialphotogrammetry, which every single imagery could produced contour with photogrammetry processing (3D glasses)..

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