“Stereo Analyst integrates so well with ArcGIS and has given us a huge boost in productivity and the quality of our work.”
– John Barge, Mapping Technologist at Adirondack Park Agency, New York
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With Stereo Analyst for ArcGIS you can add 3D feature extraction to your current workflows without replacing any of you existing system:
ERDAS Terrain Editor for ArcGIS displays terrain as points, lines, and triangles with contours. Dynamically update your data with these contours in the stereo window.
We also offer FeatureAssist for ArcGIS, an optional add-on extension to Stereo Analyst that allows you to collect complex roofs and model generation.
Stereo Analyst for ArcGIS is a stereo feature collection tool that gathers and updates feature data maintained in ArcGIS. Working transparently on a “do-it-yourself” platform, Stereo Analyst enhances your visualization capabilities while supporting all the tools you’re already familiar with. Don’t leave your data to chance by using 2D digitized features from an orthorectified image. With Stereo Analyst, you can be more accurate with your data by extending your standard tools into the 3D world we live in.
ERDAS Terrain Editor for ArcGIS lets you update a geodatabase terrain file. The geodatabase terrain is decomposed into points and breaklines with triangle and contour display. As the terrain is edited, contours are dynamically updated in the stereo window to help you visualize and interpret the terrain. A complete set of point, breakline, and area tools – including a tool for autocorrelating new points to participate in the terrain – are provided to modify the terrain.
FeatureAssist for ArcGIS is an add-on to Stereo Analyst for ArcGIS for the collection of roof structures in the ESRI Multipatch format. Using templates, FeatureAssist for ArcGIS can quickly collect these features, handling varying degrees of complexity. In addition to the templates, manual construction and editing tools help you create or modify any roof shape. To create a scene true to reality, roofs can be "extended to the ground" or to an existing terrain, creating a 3D model that can be used in a visualization package.