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Each month, NV5 Geospatial posts new blog content across a variety of categories. Browse our latest posts below or use the menu on the right to filter posts by a specific category or author. Stay informed of the latest blog posts, news, events, technologies, and special offers by joining our email list. Sign up now!



Getting creative with ENVI + IDL

Getting creative with ENVI + IDL

5/6/2016

When it comes to ENVI + IDL, I like to get creative and see what else I can really accomplish with all of the awesome tools I have available. To give you some background on this blog, a few months ago I got my first DSLR camera. When I wanted to take pictures of larger scenes I realized that I didn't have the tools I needed to generate... Read More >

Spatiotemporal Analysis: Red is Fled, Blue is New!

Spatiotemporal Analysis: Red is Fled, Blue is New!

3/17/2016

A great way to get additional information from imagery is to add changes over time to your analysis or workflow, and that is the focus of this blog. Spatiotemporal analysis has some potentially useful applications and one example is trying to determine when it is time to harvest a crop. Another use case is where spatiotemporal analysis can... Read More >

Integrating the Jupyter Notebook with ESE

Integrating the Jupyter Notebook with ESE

3/4/2016

During my time at NV5 (formerly L3Harris/Harris), I have had the opportunity to work with some cutting edge technologies. One of these cool technologies is the addition of the IDL-Python bridge with IDL 8.5. With the IDL-Python bridge you can easily extend IDL to consume open-source code for tasks that IDL may not have pre-written algorithms... Read More >

Creating Mosaics from Pluto Imagery

Creating Mosaics from Pluto Imagery

1/25/2016

For a good portion of my life I have been a space nerd and I have always enjoyed looking at images of other planets in our solar system, nebulae, and other galaxies. Recently there was a new addition to the group of photographed celestial objects: Pluto. On July 14th, 2015 the New Horizons probe flew within 12,600 km of the surface of Pluto and... Read More >

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