KPGeo has developed to derive building heights using mono satelite imagery. We created an algorithm and process to automatically calculate the building heights based on 2D measurements. The technology is well suited for cities with dense urbanization.

Standard production workflows for building height determination is usually based on LiDAR data or stereo extraction using stereo pairs from aerial satelite imagery.

Why You Should Use Our Technology ?

  • It is less expensive and more efficient than Lidar or stereo extraction
  • Only one source needed: mono satelite imagery with standard metadata
  • Orthorectification of the source imagery is not needed
  • RMSE accuracy of building heights determination is 2-4 meters*

*Depends on building density and quality of mono imagery

DATA FORMATS

Input data:

  • Mono panchromatic satellite imagery
  • No orthorectification needed

Result:

  • 2.5D building geometry
  • Building height as on attribute
  • Z accuracy RMSE 2-4 meters
  • Algorithm appropriate for areas of dense urbanization

EXAMPLES OF KPGEO 2.5D BUILDINGS

2.5D Buildings visualisation: Tokyo

2.5D Buildings visualisation: Porto Alegre

CONTACT

    KPGeo Sp. z o.o.
    ul. Królewska 65
    30-081 Kraków, Poland
    T: +48 12 379 3170

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    KPGeo LLC
    8801 Birch Lane
    Prairie Village, KS 66207
    USA
    Tel. +1 816-695-3357

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