Rapid Terrain Generation for Geovisualization, Simulation, Mission Rehearsal & Operations (bibtex)
by Fleming, Steven D, O’Banion, Matt S, McAlinden, Ryan, Oxendine, Christopher, Wright, William and Irmischer, Ian
Abstract:
Geospecific 3D terrain representation (aka reality modeling) is revolutionizing geovisualization, simulation, and engineering practices around the world. In tandem with the rapid growth in unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and small satellites, reality modeling advancements now allow geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) practitioners to generate three-dimensional models from a decentralized collection of digital images to meet mission needs in both urban and rural environments. Scalable mesh models deliver enhanced, real-world visualization for engineers, geospatial teams, combatant, and combat support organizations. In this, reality modeling provides a detailed understanding of the physical environment, and models allow installation engineers and GEOINT practitioners to quickly generate updated, high-precision 3D reality meshes to provide real-world digital context for the decision-making process.
Reference:
Rapid Terrain Generation for Geovisualization, Simulation, Mission Rehearsal & Operations (Fleming, Steven D, O’Banion, Matt S, McAlinden, Ryan, Oxendine, Christopher, Wright, William and Irmischer, Ian), In Annual Report (State and Future of GEOINT), 2019.
Bibtex Entry:
@article{fleming_rapid_2019,
	title = {Rapid {Terrain} {Generation} for {Geovisualization}, {Simulation}, {Mission} {Rehearsal} \& {Operations}},
	url = {http://trajectorymagazine.com/rapid-terrain-generation/},
	abstract = {Geospecific 3D terrain representation (aka reality modeling) is revolutionizing geovisualization, simulation, and engineering practices around the world. In tandem with the rapid growth in unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and small satellites, reality modeling advancements now allow geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) practitioners to generate three-dimensional models from a decentralized collection of digital images to meet mission needs in both urban and rural environments. Scalable mesh models deliver enhanced, real-world visualization for engineers, geospatial teams, combatant, and combat support organizations. In this, reality modeling provides a detailed understanding of the physical environment, and models allow installation engineers and GEOINT practitioners to quickly generate updated, high-precision 3D reality meshes to provide real-world digital context for the decision-making process.},
	journal = {Annual Report (State and Future of GEOINT)},
	author = {Fleming, Steven D and O’Banion, Matt S and McAlinden, Ryan and Oxendine, Christopher and Wright, William and Irmischer, Ian},
	month = jan,
	year = {2019},
	keywords = {DoD, STG},
	pages = {5}
}
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