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Optical Satellite Orthorectification

Table of Contents Orthorectified images (orthos) are geometrically corrected and georeferenced imagery. Orthorectification is the process of using a rigorous math model and a digital elevation model (DEM) to correct distortions in raw images. This tutorial outlines the optical satellite orthorectification process using OrthoEngine. This workflow will show how to import data, collect ground control …

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Standalone Automatic Licensing – Catalyst Professional

The purpose of this tutorial is to provide a friendly and easy to follow step-by-step guide for a standalone installation of Catalyst Professional. A license key for the software will then be requested and automatically applied through the License Utility. Table of Contents Software Download BEFORE YOU BEGIN: To complete the installation, you will first …

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License Server and Client Installation – Automatic Licensing – Catalyst Professional

The purpose of this tutorial is to provide a friendly and easy to follow step-by-step guide for a license server installation and the corresponding clients of Catalyst Professional. A license key for the software will be automatically requested and applied through the License Registration tool as shown in this tutorial. Table of Contents Software Download …

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InSAR User Manual

Radar interferometry is a technique which combines the coherent phase from a pair of syntheticaperture radar (SAR) signals to provide three-dimensional information about the Earth’s surface.The technique requires the coregistration and processing of two SAR signals from very similarviewing geometries which have been acquired over the region of interest. By coherentlycombining the signals from the …

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InSAR Processing – Deformation and Topographic Workflows

A series of Python scripts has been developed to process InSAR data using Geomatica’s InSAR algorithms. This document outlines both the deformation and topographic workflows and includes additional information on running each of the Python scripts. It is recommended that you follow the document while running the scripts to complete the workflows. InSAR Automated Processing …

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Standalone Dongle-based Installation – Catalyst Professional

The purpose of this tutorial is to provide you with a friendly and easy to follow step-by-step guide for a dongle-based standalone installation of Catalyst Professional. Table of Contents Step 1 – Software Download BEFORE YOU BEGIN: To complete the installation, you will first need to download the corresponding files from our website which can …

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License Server and Client Installation – Catalyst Professional

The purpose of this tutorial is to provide you with a friendly and easy to follow step-by-step guide for a license server installation and the corresponding clients of Catalyst Professional. Table of Contents Software Download BEFORE YOU BEGIN: To complete the installation, you will first need to download the corresponding files from our website which …

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Standalone Dongle-less Installation – Catalyst Professional

The purpose of this tutorial is to provide you with a friendly and easy to follow step-by-step guide for a dongle-less standalone installation of Catalyst Professional. Table of Contents Step 1 – Software Download BEFORE YOU BEGIN: To complete the installation, you will first need to download the corresponding files from our website which can …

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Super Registration in CATALYST Professional

Super Registration Workflow Overview The super registration algorithms can co-register images with up to 1/10th of a pixel accuracy to reduce the risk of misalignment errors. This misalignment can be caused by poor math models (e.g. inaccurate GCPs), a low quality elevation model or distortions in the camera lens. Poor alignment can make some types …

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