AeroGRID partner MGGP provided imagery for some of the cities, while DigitalGlose contributed high resolution QuickBird satellite imagery for Warsaw.
What does QB stand for?
QB stands for QuickBird (Digital Globe, Colorado, USA)
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We have 9 other meanings of QB in our Acronym Attic
- Queen's Bishop (chess)
- Queen's Bridge
- Queens Borough (New York, NY)
- Query by Model
- QuestBridge (low-income student college application program)
- Question Bank
- Question Builder
- Quick BASIC (Microsoft)
- Quick Blow (type of electric fuse)
- Quick Buy
Samples in periodicals archive:
DigitalGlobe currently operates the highest-resolution commercial satellite constellation with QuickBird and the first of two next-generation satellites, WorldView-1.
html The news media are welcome to use this imagery in its coverage of this event, so long as DigitalGlobe's attribution guidelines are adhered to: ATTRIBUTION RULES FOR PUBLISHING QUICKBIRD IMAGES QuickBird images may be published electronically, in hardcopy or in broadcast as long as credit is conspicuously provided to "DigitalGlobe.
DigitalGlobe[TM], an imagery and information company, is offering QuickBird Orthorectified, QuickBird Color (Pan-Sharpened) and QuickBird Two-Foot Imagery.
The pictures are among a series taken by the QuickBird satellite, which is so advanced it can pick up items just two feet across.
The process starts with raw data collected by the company's QuickBird satellite and transmitted to three ground stations in Alaska and Norway.
DigitalGlobe is uniquely positioned to satisfy this increasing demand from its own sub-meter satellite constellation, with QuickBird and WorldView-1 fully on orbit (with WorldView-2 launching next year), together with our unsurpassed ImageLibrary, containing over 460 million sq km2 of accurate, highly detailed imagery.
0 include: --Better image quality when zooming out, produced by improved pyramid layer algorithms --Improved user control over the Projection system used in the Viewer --Enhanced control for trading spectral quality for spatial detail (or vice versa) through additional Pan Sharpening techniques --Ability to edit Brightness/Contrast for Areas of Interest for 16-bit imagery, such as IKONOS and QuickBird About Leica Geosystems Geospatial Imaging Division When building image-based maps, you need reliable measurements and solutions for your entire workflow.