Tag Archives : GIS

Crop and Reproject in GeoExpress

Sure, you know GeoExpress as the software you rely on to compress raster imagery and LiDAR point clouds to make them easier to process, share and archive. But did you know GeoExpress also offers a dozen powerful tools you can use for further manipulation and enhancement of your geospatial data? We call them our Hidden […]

National Security Depends on Useful Information in the Hands of Diverse End Users

The term ‘National Defense’ conjures up notions of an army, navy and air force ready to protect the homeland from organized military or loosely affiliated rebel aggressors. In today’s complex world, however, this term has widely been replaced with the blanket title of ‘National Security’ due to the many activities that national governments now undertake […]

Pain Points Survey Blog #3: What is your primary pain point when working with LiDAR data?

LizardTech conducted an industry survey at the Esri User Conference in July and online in August. If you’re wondering how your industry peers are using, compressing, accessing and storing all types of raster data, refer to this blog over the next few months for an overview of the survey results. Although manipulating and analyzing LiDAR […]

What’s All the Fuss about Serial Numbers and GeoExpress 9.5?

As you probably have heard, we launched GeoExpress 9.5 to great fanfare at the Esri Conference in July. Among its most important upgrades is the ability to compress LiDAR data point clouds. Not surprisingly, we’re answering a lot of questions about the new version just like we always do when a software release comes out. […]

Share Your Pain and Win a Tablet

At LizardTech, we realize that raster data sets pose challenges to nearly every organization. From acquisition and storage to processing and delivery, raster data management issues will only grow as new and different airborne, mobile and stationary sensors hit the market, collecting greater volumes of data at faster rates and higher resolution. That’s why we […]

A mighty wind a’ blowin’ 3

I attended the American Wind Energy Association’s WINDPOWER 2009 in Chicago May 4-7. AWEA WINDPOWER is the premier wind energy conference and exhibition in North America. The North American wind market has been in a steady growth mode for well over five years with a tremendous boom for the past three years. Wind power generating capacity increased […]