Trimble Transforms Data with New Software

Kelly Marshall

TRSS_FeatureTrimble has released a new software solution– the Trimble Remote Sensing Suite.  The new software promises to transform satellite data into high-quality information using satellite imagery processing and software for object-based feature extraction.  The information can be used by geospatial professionals for agriculture, environmental, urban planning and a variety of other applications.

“Quickly extracting relevant and accurate information from large satellite data sets can transform work processes for better decision making,” said Alain Samaha, business area director of GIS and Software for Trimble’s Geospatial Division. “Our new remote sensing package combines highly accurate image processing with leading satellite image analysis capabilities to create an end-to-end data to intelligence solution.”

Trimble’s Remote Sensing Suite combines the capabilities of the new Inpho SATMaster module and eCognition software. SATMaster streamlines the workflow to process satellite-based imagery and deliver high-quality results. Through satellite triangulation, geospatial professionals can generate digital surface and terrain models from overlapping satellite scenes, providing a rich model of the real world. These models can be used to quickly generate terrain-corrected orthophotos and continuous, seamless mosaics over large project areas. The models and imagery can be easily combined within eCognition software for the automated extraction of GIS-ready layers using powerful object-based image analysis. Professionals can create high-quality, valuable information in a streamlined workflow – saving time and operation costs.

Click here to read more about the specifics of the Trimble Remote Sensing Suite.

 

Agribusiness, Data, Satellite, Software