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Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Future of Photogrammetry Rolta’s Vision 1 Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Future of Photogrammetry Rolta’s Vision 1

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Agenda Ø Technological developments in Photogrammetry Ø Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Agenda Ø Technological developments in Photogrammetry Ø 3 D mapping – Choosing the right combination Ø Future of Photogrammetry Ø Generation next 2

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Technological developments in Photogrammetry: Data Acquisition and Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Technological developments in Photogrammetry: Data Acquisition and Processing

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Technological Developments - Data Acquisition Ø Aerial Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Technological Developments - Data Acquisition Ø Aerial digital camera systems Ø High resolution stereo satellite data Ø Integration with Li. DAR systems Ø Sophisticated Sensor Models Ø Sensor advancements active/passive sensors Ø Real-time processing through automation Ø Self calibration of data collection instruments Ø New sensors for navigation-based georeferencing and imaging (2 D / 3 D) 4

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Technological Developments - Data Processing Ø Automatic Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Technological Developments - Data Processing Ø Automatic sensor fusion based on the metadata Ø Unlimited computing power, storage and bandwidth Ø Automatic aerial triangulation and bundle adjustment Ø Utilization of open source software Ø Automatic large volume DTM Extraction Ø Automated 3 D “Above ground” Feature Ø Automated true orthophoto generation Ø Request query capability and retrieval Ø ‘GIS driven’ data processing and storage 5

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 3 D mapping: Choosing the right combination Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 3 D mapping: Choosing the right combination

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Depends on the Project Requirements Example 01 Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Depends on the Project Requirements Example 01 • Large Areas • Purpose: Base Mapping • Difficult to Obtain Control Points or Want to minimize the Cost of Survey • Large Scale Mapping • Deliverables: Orthos, Contours, DTM…etc • Flying Permits Easy to Obtain • Timeline is not critical Digital Aerial Photography Technology (Push Broom or Frame Based)

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Depends on the Project Requirements Example 02 Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Depends on the Project Requirements Example 02 • • • Application Base Mapping Small Area Flying Permits Difficult to Obtain Accuracy is not Tight Timeline is critical Stereo Satellite Imagery (Quick. Bird, World. View, Geo. Eye , SPOT, IKONOS)

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Depends on the Project Requirements Example 03 Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Depends on the Project Requirements Example 03 • Application : Utility mapping, Corridor Mapping • Area Difficult to Fly during the Daytime because of proximity to Airport • Timeline Critical Li. DAR Technology Complement with satellite imagery if the Imagery is required

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Depends on the Project Requirements Example 04 Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Depends on the Project Requirements Example 04 • Quick ortho along with detailed 3 D feature mapping • Large Project Area Li. DAR with Aerial Photography

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Future of Photogrammetry Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Future of Photogrammetry

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Future of Photogrammetry • Very high resolution Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Future of Photogrammetry • Very high resolution (<20 cm) satellite stereo • Automatic 3 D feature extraction • On the fly ortho mosaic • Web based Photogrammetry • Photogrammetry on the cloud • RDBMS support for storage and publishing 12

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Generation next Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Generation next

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Generation next • Affordable photogrammetric infrastructure • Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Generation next • Affordable photogrammetric infrastructure • Seamless Integration with GIS solutions utilising the latest computing powers such as cloud • Automated processes • 3 D maps on the fly for all geospatial applications 14

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Thank you Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Thank you

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Advances in Hardware • Distributed Parallel Processing Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Advances in Hardware • Distributed Parallel Processing • Multithreading • Dual Quad Core Computer systems ◄ 16

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Pixel Factory High capacity and native open Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Pixel Factory High capacity and native open architecture is able to automatically process vast volumes of raw earth observation data from multiple sensors and produce a wide range of cartographic end products (e. g. Digital Surface Models, True Ortho, and Ortho mosaics) Multi-Sensor Pixel Factory throughput is about 3 times less labor intensive Multi-Data Source Multi-End Products

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 True Ortho Traditional Orthoimage - Rectified from Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 True Ortho Traditional Orthoimage - Rectified from a DTM (ground floor) - Slanted building - Occluded areas True Orthoimage - Rectified from a DSM - Straight buildings (roofs correctly located) - No occluded areas 18

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Ortho. Photo – Ground and True Ortho Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Ortho. Photo – Ground and True Ortho ◄ 19

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Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Rolta Geo. Imaging Accelerator Combines High Performance Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Rolta Geo. Imaging Accelerator Combines High Performance Computing with Geospatial Intelligence to provide a significant improvement in speed and efficiency • • A hardware-based, GPU enabled, highperformance image processing system Design to process large volumes of imagery data – 40 times faster than standard Image processing software – 2 -4 TB per day for desk-side system – 10 TB + for rack mounted system • Addresses Core Competencies: • Orthorectification • Pansharpening • Mosaics • DEM Extraction • Image Processing ◄ 21

Product Type Processing Throughput Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Rolta Geo. Imaging Product Type Processing Throughput Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Rolta Geo. Imaging Accelerator Dataset MB/Sec GB/Min SPOT 5 - Level 1 A 2. 5 meter TB/Day 8 U Pan 24. 23 1. 42 2. 00 IKONOS - Geo Ortho Kit 16 U Pan Ikonos 35. 67 2. 09 2. 94 World. View-1 and Quick. Bird Level 1 B 16 U Pan 39. 59 2. 32 3. 26 Quick. Bird - Ortho. Ready - 4 channel PS 16 U Multispectral 42. 67 2. 50 3. 52 Quick. Bird - Level 1 B 16 U Multispectral 55. 47 3. 25 4. 57 22

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 A Federal Security Agency Oracle Spatial CRIME Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 A Federal Security Agency Oracle Spatial CRIME ANALYSIS Map Info FUSION CORE ESRI Geo DB TRAFFIC The Federal Security Agency has multiple standalone systems. The Agency needs to be able to consume all this data Among these systems, data can exist in different seamless And offer it to various stakeholders as a standardized, formats, and different coordinate systems, and different business systems. integrated dataset

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Is it possible? – Integration of businesses Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Is it possible? – Integration of businesses Secure GIS Private Cloud Oracle Spatial CRIME ANALYSIS Map Info FUSION CORE ESRI Geo DB TRAFFIC The Federal Agency must access both spatial and non-spatial data from these disparate systems, each using different technologies The Agency should then have a repeated for each and every layer. can collaborate And this has to be tool through which the information

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Secure GIS Private Cloud Amazon Cloud Rolta Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Secure GIS Private Cloud Amazon Cloud Rolta i. Perspective Rolta On. Point

Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Rolta GIS Cloud Enterprise Integration Identity Management Geospatial World Forum Jan 19 -21, 2011 Rolta GIS Cloud Enterprise Integration Identity Management WS Catalog Asset Management Location based Services Arc. GIS Rolta i. Perspective™ Oracle Spatial CRIME ANALYSIS Map Info FUSION CORE ESRI Geo DB TRAFFIC ◄