The projects have made digital orthophotos covering 1,319 square kilometres available for the first time with the Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Department of the municipality, said Abdul Hakim Malek, director of the GIS department.
What does DO stand for?
DO stands for Digital Orthophoto (FEMA)
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- Design Overview
- Designated Official
- Desk Officer (NYPD)
- Desktop Originator
- Detention Officer
- Determination Order (workers compensation claims)
- Development Officer
- Diário Oficial (Official Gazette; Brazil)
- Diatomic Orbital
- Diffractive Optics (camera lenses technology)
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Digital orthophoto maps are one of the most frequently used products and can be successfully incorporated as background information in GIS (Heipke 2004; Konecny 2003).
LiDAR intensity data is orthographic in nature, therefore radial displacement is not present; it also has the same spatial reference since the LiDAR surface data was used in the digital orthophoto production process.
The most reliable and the easiest-to-get digital GIS data sources are probably the Digital Line Graphs (DLG), Digital Elevation Models (DEM), Digital Orthophoto Quad Quadrangle (DOQQ), and Digital Raster Graphics (DRG) data that are available from the U.
Aerial photographs from 1939, 1975, and 1992 were ortho rectified using a 1997 USGS digital orthophoto quarter quad (DOQQ), a digital elevation model (DEM), and camera calibration data.
A digital orthophoto is a computerised version of the conventional orthophoto, delivering an ortho-rectified raster image that is composed of picture elements, or pixels.