Observera is exhibiting at the GEOINT 2015 Symposium at the Washington, D.C. Convention Center, June 23 – 25, 2015. Come visit us at Booth #8141. This year we will be featuring live demos of our Electro-Optical Change Detection (EOCD) software and our Imagery Storefront architecture along with our Imagery Storefront Team.
On Wednesday, 22 May 2013, Mr. Mark Yeshnik, of Observera, will be presenting a short class called “An Introduction to Change Detection with Commercial SAR” as part of the GEOINT Tech Days 2013 at NGA Campus East. Location is in the NGA College on the 2nd floor.
Beginning 17 October 2011, Observera, Inc. will make ContinuumTM available to anyone with an internet browser and desire to construct their own Geotimelines. Simply visit the Observera Continuum web site (continuum.observera.com), import your data, and start exploring the spatial-temporal relationships via an easy to use web application.
Paul Bresnahan, a Photogrammetrist from Observera, gave a presentation entitled “Photogrammetric Evaluations of Commercial Imagery” on Tuesday, September 20th at the 2011 BAE SYSTEMS GXP User Conference in Chantilly, VA. His presentation addressed the application of SOCET Set photogrammetric software to assess imagery from commercial satellites such as WorldView-1, GeoEye-1, and WorldView-2. Mr. Bresnahan described the photogrammetric techniques he developed for the image quality assessment of geolocation accuracy, stereo collections angles, ground sampled distance, and product processing consistency.
Observera released a major revision, version 2.3, of their Genie Pro software to coincide with the GEOINT in New Orleans where they demonstrated the programs new enhanced capabilities. New features include new user interface options, processing and performance improvements, a new visualization tool to view the generated solution and an improved vectorization tool.
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ERDAS and Observera announce a new partnership to develop an integrated solution based on ERDAS APOLLO technology. Observera is integrating the Sensor Model-based Automatic Registration Tool (SMART) registration engine into ERDAS APOLLO, providing another option for delivering registered image products. This solution will augment ERDAS APOLLO’S data provisioning and processing workflow and provide an end-to-end solution for customers that require detailed registration of images.
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- Geotech 2009 Conference, Silver Spring, MD. For more informations click here.
- Booth #440 at the GEOINT 2009 Symposium, San Antonio, TX. For more information click here.
- Booth #435 at the 3rd Annual Distributed Common Ground/Surface System (DCGS) Worldwide Conference & Exposition, Virginia Beach, VA. For more information click here.