PSS prepares image datasets, called the digital point positioning database (DPPDB), to pull precise geospatial coordinates for target engagement.
What does DPPDB stand for?
DPPDB stands for Digital Point Positioning Database (US DoD)
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Normally, target location is determined from digital point positioning databases.
RemoteView's GeoCatalog capability is now able to ingest Digital Point Positioning Database (DPPDB) data sets to facilitate locating image pairs, which enable users to conduct precise positioning.