Starting From: $149.00
PCI Geomatica for Students
PCI Geomatica 2016 is used by scientists and image professionals across industries to access, analyze, and share all types of data and imagery. This educational suite addresses the increasingly important role of geographic information in most academic disciplines and its fast-growing field of high-tech career options. Add a new dimension to a wide variety of academic studies at your institution. This suite provides you with professional grade software that helps students visualize, research and analyze geographic information. Make image analysis and data visualization tools easily available to your academic world.
Features of PCI Geomatica
Geomatica Total Education suite includes key modules that make it possible to work with satellite, aerial, and radar imagery. Additional included modules include DEM Extraction, Pansharpening, and Ortho Production Toolkit to automate the ortho-mosaicking process.
Geomatica Prime Features:
- PCI Geomatics Exclusive (GDB) Technology
- Geomatica Focus
- Geomatica OrthoEngine
- Cartographic map production
- Optical image analysis
- 3D perspective scene generation & fly-through
- Interactive spatial analysis tools
- Radar analysis tools
- Comprehensive automation environment
- Satellite Ortho
Function models developed to compensate for distortions to produce orthorectified satellite images for high resolution and low resolution sensors.
- Airphoto Ortho
These models compensate for the effects of varying terrain and for the distortions inherent to aerial cameras.
- Radar Ortho
Models reflect the physical reality of the complete viewing geometry and correct all distortions generated during radar image formation.
- Ortho Production Toolkit
The Ortho production toolkit is a complete collection of powerful, automated tools for the orthorectification and mosaicking of aerial photos and satellite imagery including tools.
Fuse low-resolution multispectral (color) data with high-resolution panchromatic (black and white) data to produce stunning, high-resolution, multispectral imagery.
- Automatic DEM Extraction
Create Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) from stereo air photos, stereo images and RADAR data. Image correlation is used to extract matching pixels in two overlapping images.
Do you qualify?
- Only Higher Ed Students currently enrolled in a degree granting program at the undergraduate or graduate level.
- Faculty members, Academic Institutions and Non-Profit Organizations do not qualify.