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Precision3D Digital Terrain Model (DTM) Data Sheet

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data sheet Superior accuracy Accurately aligned global foundation Global coverage ■ Maxar has the world's largest commercial archive of high-quality satellite imagery, which provides a foundation for consistent global coverage. Rapid delivery ■ Maxar's massive archives of imagery combined with its unique algorithms make DTM deliveries rapid and affordable. And Maxar's state-of-the-art high-performance computing center enables massive computation on a global scale. Curent delivery time for countrywide areas of interest not yet on the shelf is weeks to months. UNIQUE 3D TECHNOLOGY Risk assessors, civil engineers and civil governments need reliable data for flood assessments, slope assessments and identifying topographic changes. Precision3D Digital Terrain Model (DTM) is an accurate, high-resolution bare earth elevation data layer that is produced by industry-leading automated 3D modeling technology. DTM is generated from fully automated processing, providing delivery speeds far beyond traditional technologies. Digital Terrain Model PRECISION3D DTM is a derivative of Precision3D 3D Surface Model and is perfectly coregistered to Precision3D products. DTM's bare earth representation removes structures and vegetation to provide insight into topography and material volumes. All Precision3D data products are built from commercial satellite imagery, using the same industry-leading automated 3D production process and highest standards. The core output—Precision3D 3D Surface Model—is the most accurate 3D representation of Earth. It is a 50 cm resolution 3D product with real textures and an absolute accuracy of 3 m in all dimensions. This superior accuracy is achieved without ground control points and is consistent on all terrain types. Features and benefits Maxar's unique 3D technology is a combination of stereophotogrammetry and big data processing. The fully automated technology is sensor agnostic and does not require ground control points. Precision3D DTM of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.

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