i-cubed is a geoprocessing service organization that offers complete business solutions based on information and geodata derived from air photos, satellite imagery and other sources of geographic information. Its impressive client base includes many of the world's largest wireless telecommunications companies, and industry leaders in environmental engineering, land and natural resource management, agriculture, and visual simulation applications as well as several progressive government agencies.
Some of the most popular and cost effective geographic data products i-cubed offers for wireless network design or optimization are clutter maps, also referred to as morphology or land-use maps. These digital maps are used in all of today's state-of-the-art radio frequency (RF) propagation tools to model path loss, signal attenuation and frequency re-use.
The variety and volume of raster data - satellite imagery, aerial photography, lidar, DEMs, scanned maps - is growing exponentially. Finding the dataset your users need and distributing it on demand is a challenge for even the most robust technical departments.
DataDoors™ is a flexible framework that integrates distributed geographic data management – discovery, acquisition, processing, analysis & modeling, delivery.
DataDoors™ seamlessly provides decision makers and analysts (not necessarily geospatial experts) with the geographic data and derivative information they require accomplish their missions. It typically takes less than 2 minutes for a user to discover and initiate acquisition of the data they need.
i-cubed is partnered with leading satellite imagery providers. We can submit new collections for your area of interest and have access to their image archives
Product Name: Terrain
- Data Providers
Digital Elevation Models (DEMs):
A Digital Elevation Model (DEM) is a digital representation of the elevation of the earth's surface. DEM data is derived from a wide variety of sources including stereo-pair imagery, digitizing paper topographic maps and by laser scanning technology.