Mississippi, US: Spatial Information Solutions (SIS) will demonstrate Version 2.0 of Accuracy Analyst at the Joint Agency Commercial Imagery Evaluation (JACIE) conference on 16th March 2010, in Fair Oaks, Virginia. Company president Chuck O’Hara will give this demonstration.
Accuracy Analyst is a software solution to determine location accuracy of the image data used to produce maps. The company claims that this software saves over 90% of the time needed for traditional accuracy assessment. Version 2.0 adds three major enhancements: Survey Location Planner, PhotoBook and ReViewer. In addition, more report customisation is available. A new 23-page User Guide updated for version 2.0 is available.
Survey Location Planner enables users to load existing image data, select desired survey (control or check) points for field work planning and output a set of points-of-interest (POIs or waypoints) that may be added to vehicle navigation systems so teams can easily navigate to the collection sites.
Photo book displays pictures taken on the ground (during surveying) of checkpoint locations or images of surveying sketches that enable enhanced identification of exact survey checkpoint locations from image data. When the user moves to a checkpoint in Accuracy Analyst, PhotoBook automatically loads the images needed by the analyst to identify the photo location quickly.
ReViewer interface enables map producers to deliver a shared analytics solution to data customers that will enable them to review the error analysis and also look closely at the image data delivered, select tiled image data and mark up the tiles as to whether the image data is acceptable or if it requires refinements or adjustments.
Source: Spatial Information Solutions