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Norman Goldstein
I am having trouble setting up elevation and finding test_data.tgz on
the net.
Here is the output of

 > ossim-info --height 0 0
Opened cell:            elevation/srtm1/srtm30plus.ras
MSL to ellipsoid delta: nan
Height above MSL:       nan
Height above ellipsoid: nan
Geoid value:            17.1620006561279

So, I assume my Geoid96 is correctly set up.
Is srtm30plus.ras the wrong file to use?

Here is an extract from my preferences file:
////////////////////////////
   elevation_manager.elevation_source1.connection_string:
$(OSSIM_DATA)/elevation/srtm1
   elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: srtm_directory
   elevation_manager.elevation_source1.min_open_cells: 25
   elevation_manager.elevation_source1.max_open_cells: 50
   elevation_manager.elevation_source1.memory_map_cells: true
   elevation_manager.elevation_source1.geoid.type: geoid1996

   elevation_manager.enabled:  true
///////////////////////////

Many thanks.



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Re: elevation & test_data.tgz

David Burken
Hi Norman,

If your file does not adhere to the, e.g. N19W156.hgt standard you have to make the source type "image_directory", e.g.:
elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: image_directory


Not sure about test_data.tgz?  There's a bunch of stuff under:
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/


Note in your ossim preferences you can set:
//---
// Allows one to specify to the elevation manager to use the ellipsoid offset as defined by the
// geoid manager if a getHeightAboveEllipsoid fails
//---
elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true

//---
// Default height above ellipsoid, for use when no elev data is present,
// instead of returning NAN:
//---
elevation.default_height_above_ellipsoid: 0.0

So if you're over the ocean/don't have an MSL post you get:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -78
Did not find cell for point: ( 28.000000000000000, -78.000000000000000, 0.000, WGE )
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -36.365001678466797
Height above MSL:       0.000000000000000
Height above ellipsoid: -36.365001678466797
Geoid value:            -36.365001678466797

With post:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -81
Opened cell:            D:\data1\elevation\srtm\1arc\N28W081.hgt
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -29.5389995574951
Height above MSL:       21
Height above ellipsoid: -8.53899955749512
Geoid value:            -29.5389995574951

Hope that helps,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 1:20 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
I am having trouble setting up elevation and finding test_data.tgz on the net.
Here is the output of

> ossim-info --height 0 0
Opened cell:            elevation/srtm1/srtm30plus.ras
MSL to ellipsoid delta: nan
Height above MSL:       nan
Height above ellipsoid: nan
Geoid value:            17.1620006561279

So, I assume my Geoid96 is correctly set up.
Is srtm30plus.ras the wrong file to use?

Here is an extract from my preferences file:
////////////////////////////
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.connection_string: $(OSSIM_DATA)/elevation/srtm1
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: srtm_directory
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.min_open_cells: 25
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.max_open_cells: 50
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.memory_map_cells: true
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.geoid.type: geoid1996

  elevation_manager.enabled:  true
///////////////////////////

Many thanks.




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Re: elevation & test_data.tgz

Norman Goldstein
Hi David,

Thanks for the explanations.  My elevations are working, now.

However, I also had to switch to the HGT format.  It seems that the sun raster file

http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/elevation/srtm30plus.tar.gz

is identically zero (according to imagelink).  Maybe I goofed when downloading it ...

Cheers,
Norm



On 08/03/2013 10:50 AM, David Burken wrote:
Hi Norman,

If your file does not adhere to the, e.g. N19W156.hgt standard you have to make the source type "image_directory", e.g.:
elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: image_directory


Not sure about test_data.tgz?  There's a bunch of stuff under:
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/


Note in your ossim preferences you can set:
//---
// Allows one to specify to the elevation manager to use the ellipsoid offset as defined by the
// geoid manager if a getHeightAboveEllipsoid fails
//---
elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true

//---
// Default height above ellipsoid, for use when no elev data is present,
// instead of returning NAN:
//---
elevation.default_height_above_ellipsoid: 0.0

So if you're over the ocean/don't have an MSL post you get:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -78
Did not find cell for point: ( 28.000000000000000, -78.000000000000000, 0.000, WGE )
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -36.365001678466797
Height above MSL:       0.000000000000000
Height above ellipsoid: -36.365001678466797
Geoid value:            -36.365001678466797

With post:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -81
Opened cell:            D:\data1\elevation\srtm\1arc\N28W081.hgt
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -29.5389995574951
Height above MSL:       21
Height above ellipsoid: -8.53899955749512
Geoid value:            -29.5389995574951

Hope that helps,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 1:20 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
I am having trouble setting up elevation and finding test_data.tgz on the net.
Here is the output of

> ossim-info --height 0 0
Opened cell:            elevation/srtm1/srtm30plus.ras
MSL to ellipsoid delta: nan
Height above MSL:       nan
Height above ellipsoid: nan
Geoid value:            17.1620006561279

So, I assume my Geoid96 is correctly set up.
Is srtm30plus.ras the wrong file to use?

Here is an extract from my preferences file:
////////////////////////////
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.connection_string: $(OSSIM_DATA)/elevation/srtm1
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: srtm_directory
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.min_open_cells: 25
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.max_open_cells: 50
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.memory_map_cells: true
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.geoid.type: geoid1996

  elevation_manager.enabled:  true
///////////////////////////

Many thanks.




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Re: elevation & test_data.tgz

David Burken
Sorry I forgot to add for the dot "ras" to work we'd have to have an external geometry file as there's no geometry/projection info embedded.  If you had say a map projected geotiff you could use the "image_directory".   As long as "ossim-info -p <your_height_file>" picks up a valid projection.  For srtm the geometry is derived from the file name; hence, the format requirement.

I always grab my srtm off the net as needed at:

http://dds.cr.usgs.gov/srtm/version2_1/

Put highest resolution first in prefs file.  I.e. SRTM1 in front of STRM3.

Don't forget the "elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true" if you have data over the ocean that's affected by elevation, e.g. rpc model, it can make a big difference in accuracy.

Take care,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 3:43 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
Hi David,

Thanks for the explanations.  My elevations are working, now.

However, I also had to switch to the HGT format.  It seems that the sun raster file

http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/elevation/srtm30plus.tar.gz

is identically zero (according to imagelink).  Maybe I goofed when downloading it ...

Cheers,
Norm



On 08/03/2013 10:50 AM, David Burken wrote:
Hi Norman,

If your file does not adhere to the, e.g. N19W156.hgt standard you have to make the source type "image_directory", e.g.:
elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: image_directory


Not sure about test_data.tgz?  There's a bunch of stuff under:
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/


Note in your ossim preferences you can set:
//---
// Allows one to specify to the elevation manager to use the ellipsoid offset as defined by the
// geoid manager if a getHeightAboveEllipsoid fails
//---
elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true

//---
// Default height above ellipsoid, for use when no elev data is present,
// instead of returning NAN:
//---
elevation.default_height_above_ellipsoid: 0.0

So if you're over the ocean/don't have an MSL post you get:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -78
Did not find cell for point: ( 28.000000000000000, -78.000000000000000, 0.000, WGE )
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -36.365001678466797
Height above MSL:       0.000000000000000
Height above ellipsoid: -36.365001678466797
Geoid value:            -36.365001678466797

With post:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -81
Opened cell:            D:\data1\elevation\srtm\1arc\N28W081.hgt
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -29.5389995574951
Height above MSL:       21
Height above ellipsoid: -8.53899955749512
Geoid value:            -29.5389995574951

Hope that helps,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 1:20 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
I am having trouble setting up elevation and finding test_data.tgz on the net.
Here is the output of

> ossim-info --height 0 0
Opened cell:            elevation/srtm1/srtm30plus.ras
MSL to ellipsoid delta: nan
Height above MSL:       nan
Height above ellipsoid: nan
Geoid value:            17.1620006561279

So, I assume my Geoid96 is correctly set up.
Is srtm30plus.ras the wrong file to use?

Here is an extract from my preferences file:
////////////////////////////
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.connection_string: $(OSSIM_DATA)/elevation/srtm1
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: srtm_directory
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.min_open_cells: 25
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.max_open_cells: 50
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.memory_map_cells: true
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.geoid.type: geoid1996

  elevation_manager.enabled:  true
///////////////////////////

Many thanks.




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Re: elevation & test_data.tgz

Norman Goldstein
No problem.

I suppose I will need to convert the HGT from big-endian to little-endian for my linux-based PC?  I notice that ossim-swapbytes does not change the bit order.
Any suggestions before I write a script?

Thanks.


On 08/03/2013 01:11 PM, David Burken wrote:
Sorry I forgot to add for the dot "ras" to work we'd have to have an external geometry file as there's no geometry/projection info embedded.  If you had say a map projected geotiff you could use the "image_directory".   As long as "ossim-info -p <your_height_file>" picks up a valid projection.  For srtm the geometry is derived from the file name; hence, the format requirement.

I always grab my srtm off the net as needed at:

http://dds.cr.usgs.gov/srtm/version2_1/

Put highest resolution first in prefs file.  I.e. SRTM1 in front of STRM3.

Don't forget the "elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true" if you have data over the ocean that's affected by elevation, e.g. rpc model, it can make a big difference in accuracy.

Take care,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 3:43 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
Hi David,

Thanks for the explanations.  My elevations are working, now.

However, I also had to switch to the HGT format.  It seems that the sun raster file

http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/elevation/srtm30plus.tar.gz

is identically zero (according to imagelink).  Maybe I goofed when downloading it ...

Cheers,
Norm



On 08/03/2013 10:50 AM, David Burken wrote:
Hi Norman,

If your file does not adhere to the, e.g. N19W156.hgt standard you have to make the source type "image_directory", e.g.:
elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: image_directory


Not sure about test_data.tgz?  There's a bunch of stuff under:
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/


Note in your ossim preferences you can set:
//---
// Allows one to specify to the elevation manager to use the ellipsoid offset as defined by the
// geoid manager if a getHeightAboveEllipsoid fails
//---
elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true

//---
// Default height above ellipsoid, for use when no elev data is present,
// instead of returning NAN:
//---
elevation.default_height_above_ellipsoid: 0.0

So if you're over the ocean/don't have an MSL post you get:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -78
Did not find cell for point: ( 28.000000000000000, -78.000000000000000, 0.000, WGE )
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -36.365001678466797
Height above MSL:       0.000000000000000
Height above ellipsoid: -36.365001678466797
Geoid value:            -36.365001678466797

With post:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -81
Opened cell:            D:\data1\elevation\srtm\1arc\N28W081.hgt
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -29.5389995574951
Height above MSL:       21
Height above ellipsoid: -8.53899955749512
Geoid value:            -29.5389995574951

Hope that helps,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 1:20 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
I am having trouble setting up elevation and finding test_data.tgz on the net.
Here is the output of

> ossim-info --height 0 0
Opened cell:            elevation/srtm1/srtm30plus.ras
MSL to ellipsoid delta: nan
Height above MSL:       nan
Height above ellipsoid: nan
Geoid value:            17.1620006561279

So, I assume my Geoid96 is correctly set up.
Is srtm30plus.ras the wrong file to use?

Here is an extract from my preferences file:
////////////////////////////
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.connection_string: $(OSSIM_DATA)/elevation/srtm1
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: srtm_directory
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.min_open_cells: 25
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.max_open_cells: 50
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.memory_map_cells: true
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.geoid.type: geoid1996

  elevation_manager.enabled:  true
///////////////////////////

Many thanks.




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Re: elevation & test_data.tgz

Norman Goldstein
False alarm, guys, my mistake.
Initial quick tests showed large discrepancies.
But, when I used more accurate readouts from Google Earth, I got
the following for 4 measurements.:
Difference between Google Earth, and srtm30 in ossim

lat                          lon          elev     Near                elev            Difference [m]
49.224405    -123.116006    73   Vancouver   ossim  87                   14

39.802764  -105.087484   1682   Boulder      ossim 1642                -40

45.4859     -73.690400          40   Montreal    ossim   37                    -3

49.856049    -97.215361   235  Winnipeg   ossim   234                     -1

Not surprising the larger error near Boulder: 30 m spacing in mountainous terrain.

Thanks for the help.

Norm








On 08/03/2013 02:52 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
No problem.

I suppose I will need to convert the HGT from big-endian to little-endian for my linux-based PC?  I notice that ossim-swapbytes does not change the bit order.
Any suggestions before I write a script?

Thanks.


On 08/03/2013 01:11 PM, David Burken wrote:
Sorry I forgot to add for the dot "ras" to work we'd have to have an external geometry file as there's no geometry/projection info embedded.  If you had say a map projected geotiff you could use the "image_directory".   As long as "ossim-info -p <your_height_file>" picks up a valid projection.  For srtm the geometry is derived from the file name; hence, the format requirement.

I always grab my srtm off the net as needed at:

http://dds.cr.usgs.gov/srtm/version2_1/

Put highest resolution first in prefs file.  I.e. SRTM1 in front of STRM3.

Don't forget the "elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true" if you have data over the ocean that's affected by elevation, e.g. rpc model, it can make a big difference in accuracy.

Take care,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 3:43 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
Hi David,

Thanks for the explanations.  My elevations are working, now.

However, I also had to switch to the HGT format.  It seems that the sun raster file

http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/elevation/srtm30plus.tar.gz

is identically zero (according to imagelink).  Maybe I goofed when downloading it ...

Cheers,
Norm



On 08/03/2013 10:50 AM, David Burken wrote:
Hi Norman,

If your file does not adhere to the, e.g. N19W156.hgt standard you have to make the source type "image_directory", e.g.:
elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: image_directory


Not sure about test_data.tgz?  There's a bunch of stuff under:
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/


Note in your ossim preferences you can set:
//---
// Allows one to specify to the elevation manager to use the ellipsoid offset as defined by the
// geoid manager if a getHeightAboveEllipsoid fails
//---
elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true

//---
// Default height above ellipsoid, for use when no elev data is present,
// instead of returning NAN:
//---
elevation.default_height_above_ellipsoid: 0.0

So if you're over the ocean/don't have an MSL post you get:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -78
Did not find cell for point: ( 28.000000000000000, -78.000000000000000, 0.000, WGE )
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -36.365001678466797
Height above MSL:       0.000000000000000
Height above ellipsoid: -36.365001678466797
Geoid value:            -36.365001678466797

With post:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -81
Opened cell:            D:\data1\elevation\srtm\1arc\N28W081.hgt
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -29.5389995574951
Height above MSL:       21
Height above ellipsoid: -8.53899955749512
Geoid value:            -29.5389995574951

Hope that helps,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 1:20 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
I am having trouble setting up elevation and finding test_data.tgz on the net.
Here is the output of

> ossim-info --height 0 0
Opened cell:            elevation/srtm1/srtm30plus.ras
MSL to ellipsoid delta: nan
Height above MSL:       nan
Height above ellipsoid: nan
Geoid value:            17.1620006561279

So, I assume my Geoid96 is correctly set up.
Is srtm30plus.ras the wrong file to use?

Here is an extract from my preferences file:
////////////////////////////
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.connection_string: $(OSSIM_DATA)/elevation/srtm1
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: srtm_directory
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.min_open_cells: 25
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.max_open_cells: 50
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.memory_map_cells: true
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.geoid.type: geoid1996

  elevation_manager.enabled:  true
///////////////////////////

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Re: elevation & test_data.tgz

Garrett Potts-2
Hello Norman:


If SRTM naming is following some of the download site naming conventions I think SRTM30 stands for 30 Arc Seconds and not 30 meters. The SRTM30 I have is 1 kilometer spacing.  I couldn't find an SRTM1 for that area.


Take care

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On Aug 4, 2013, at 4:02 AM, Norman Goldstein <[hidden email]> wrote:

False alarm, guys, my mistake.
Initial quick tests showed large discrepancies.
But, when I used more accurate readouts from Google Earth, I got
the following for 4 measurements.:
Difference between Google Earth, and srtm30 in ossim

lat                          lon          elev     Near                elev            Difference [m]
49.224405    -123.116006    73   Vancouver   ossim  87                   14

39.802764  -105.087484   1682   Boulder      ossim 1642                -40

45.4859     -73.690400          40   Montreal    ossim   37                    -3

49.856049    -97.215361   235  Winnipeg   ossim   234                     -1

Not surprising the larger error near Boulder: 30 m spacing in mountainous terrain.

Thanks for the help.

Norm








On 08/03/2013 02:52 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
No problem.

I suppose I will need to convert the HGT from big-endian to little-endian for my linux-based PC?  I notice that ossim-swapbytes does not change the bit order.
Any suggestions before I write a script?

Thanks.


On 08/03/2013 01:11 PM, David Burken wrote:
Sorry I forgot to add for the dot "ras" to work we'd have to have an external geometry file as there's no geometry/projection info embedded.  If you had say a map projected geotiff you could use the "image_directory".   As long as "ossim-info -p <your_height_file>" picks up a valid projection.  For srtm the geometry is derived from the file name; hence, the format requirement.

I always grab my srtm off the net as needed at:

http://dds.cr.usgs.gov/srtm/version2_1/

Put highest resolution first in prefs file.  I.e. SRTM1 in front of STRM3.

Don't forget the "elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true" if you have data over the ocean that's affected by elevation, e.g. rpc model, it can make a big difference in accuracy.

Take care,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 3:43 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
Hi David,

Thanks for the explanations.  My elevations are working, now.

However, I also had to switch to the HGT format.  It seems that the sun raster file

http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/elevation/srtm30plus.tar.gz

is identically zero (according to imagelink).  Maybe I goofed when downloading it ...

Cheers,
Norm



On 08/03/2013 10:50 AM, David Burken wrote:
Hi Norman,

If your file does not adhere to the, e.g. N19W156.hgt standard you have to make the source type "image_directory", e.g.:
elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: image_directory


Not sure about test_data.tgz?  There's a bunch of stuff under:
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/


Note in your ossim preferences you can set:
//---
// Allows one to specify to the elevation manager to use the ellipsoid offset as defined by the
// geoid manager if a getHeightAboveEllipsoid fails
//---
elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true

//---
// Default height above ellipsoid, for use when no elev data is present,
// instead of returning NAN:
//---
elevation.default_height_above_ellipsoid: 0.0

So if you're over the ocean/don't have an MSL post you get:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -78
Did not find cell for point: ( 28.000000000000000, -78.000000000000000, 0.000, WGE )
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -36.365001678466797
Height above MSL:       0.000000000000000
Height above ellipsoid: -36.365001678466797
Geoid value:            -36.365001678466797

With post:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -81
Opened cell:            D:\data1\elevation\srtm\1arc\N28W081.hgt
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -29.5389995574951
Height above MSL:       21
Height above ellipsoid: -8.53899955749512
Geoid value:            -29.5389995574951

Hope that helps,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 1:20 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
I am having trouble setting up elevation and finding test_data.tgz on the net.
Here is the output of

> ossim-info --height 0 0
Opened cell:            elevation/srtm1/srtm30plus.ras
MSL to ellipsoid delta: nan
Height above MSL:       nan
Height above ellipsoid: nan
Geoid value:            17.1620006561279

So, I assume my Geoid96 is correctly set up.
Is srtm30plus.ras the wrong file to use?

Here is an extract from my preferences file:
////////////////////////////
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.connection_string: $(OSSIM_DATA)/elevation/srtm1
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: srtm_directory
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.min_open_cells: 25
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.max_open_cells: 50
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.memory_map_cells: true
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.geoid.type: geoid1996

  elevation_manager.enabled:  true
///////////////////////////

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Re: elevation & test_data.tgz

Garrett Potts-2
Hello Norman:

One more thing I forgot to mention.  We have just a simple default 15 minute geoid grid in the baseline for setup.  Not sure what an EGM sample from 2000's have for vertical deltas versus the 96 EGM we are using.  We support other grids which have more accurate readout for the geoid.


Take care

Garrett

On Aug 4, 2013, at 7:53 AM, Garrett Potts <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hello Norman:


If SRTM naming is following some of the download site naming conventions I think SRTM30 stands for 30 Arc Seconds and not 30 meters. The SRTM30 I have is 1 kilometer spacing.  I couldn't find an SRTM1 for that area.


Take care

Garrett

On Aug 4, 2013, at 4:02 AM, Norman Goldstein <[hidden email]> wrote:

False alarm, guys, my mistake.
Initial quick tests showed large discrepancies.
But, when I used more accurate readouts from Google Earth, I got
the following for 4 measurements.:
Difference between Google Earth, and srtm30 in ossim

lat                          lon          elev     Near                elev            Difference [m]
49.224405    -123.116006    73   Vancouver   ossim  87                   14

39.802764  -105.087484   1682   Boulder      ossim 1642                -40

45.4859     -73.690400          40   Montreal    ossim   37                    -3

49.856049    -97.215361   235  Winnipeg   ossim   234                     -1

Not surprising the larger error near Boulder: 30 m spacing in mountainous terrain.

Thanks for the help.

Norm








On 08/03/2013 02:52 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
No problem.

I suppose I will need to convert the HGT from big-endian to little-endian for my linux-based PC?  I notice that ossim-swapbytes does not change the bit order.
Any suggestions before I write a script?

Thanks.


On 08/03/2013 01:11 PM, David Burken wrote:
Sorry I forgot to add for the dot "ras" to work we'd have to have an external geometry file as there's no geometry/projection info embedded.  If you had say a map projected geotiff you could use the "image_directory".   As long as "ossim-info -p <your_height_file>" picks up a valid projection.  For srtm the geometry is derived from the file name; hence, the format requirement.

I always grab my srtm off the net as needed at:

http://dds.cr.usgs.gov/srtm/version2_1/

Put highest resolution first in prefs file.  I.e. SRTM1 in front of STRM3.

Don't forget the "elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true" if you have data over the ocean that's affected by elevation, e.g. rpc model, it can make a big difference in accuracy.

Take care,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 3:43 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
Hi David,

Thanks for the explanations.  My elevations are working, now.

However, I also had to switch to the HGT format.  It seems that the sun raster file

http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/elevation/srtm30plus.tar.gz

is identically zero (according to imagelink).  Maybe I goofed when downloading it ...

Cheers,
Norm



On 08/03/2013 10:50 AM, David Burken wrote:
Hi Norman,

If your file does not adhere to the, e.g. N19W156.hgt standard you have to make the source type "image_directory", e.g.:
elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: image_directory


Not sure about test_data.tgz?  There's a bunch of stuff under:
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/


Note in your ossim preferences you can set:
//---
// Allows one to specify to the elevation manager to use the ellipsoid offset as defined by the
// geoid manager if a getHeightAboveEllipsoid fails
//---
elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true

//---
// Default height above ellipsoid, for use when no elev data is present,
// instead of returning NAN:
//---
elevation.default_height_above_ellipsoid: 0.0

So if you're over the ocean/don't have an MSL post you get:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -78
Did not find cell for point: ( 28.000000000000000, -78.000000000000000, 0.000, WGE )
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -36.365001678466797
Height above MSL:       0.000000000000000
Height above ellipsoid: -36.365001678466797
Geoid value:            -36.365001678466797

With post:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -81
Opened cell:            D:\data1\elevation\srtm\1arc\N28W081.hgt
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -29.5389995574951
Height above MSL:       21
Height above ellipsoid: -8.53899955749512
Geoid value:            -29.5389995574951

Hope that helps,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 1:20 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
I am having trouble setting up elevation and finding test_data.tgz on the net.
Here is the output of

> ossim-info --height 0 0
Opened cell:            elevation/srtm1/srtm30plus.ras
MSL to ellipsoid delta: nan
Height above MSL:       nan
Height above ellipsoid: nan
Geoid value:            17.1620006561279

So, I assume my Geoid96 is correctly set up.
Is srtm30plus.ras the wrong file to use?

Here is an extract from my preferences file:
////////////////////////////
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.connection_string: $(OSSIM_DATA)/elevation/srtm1
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: srtm_directory
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.min_open_cells: 25
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.max_open_cells: 50
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.memory_map_cells: true
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.geoid.type: geoid1996

  elevation_manager.enabled:  true
///////////////////////////

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Here you go Norman.  No 1arc over Canada:-(  Yeah srtm30 is not good to use if you're doing anything meaningful.  Note our models use height above ellipsoid.  Looks like google does msl.

D:\dev>ossim-info --height 49.224405 -123.116006
Opened cell:            D:\data1\elevation\srtm\1arc\N49W124.hgt
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -19.9962757258985
Height above MSL:       73.3913327999801
Height above ellipsoid: 53.3950570740816
Geoid value:            -19.9962757258985

D:\dev>ossim-info --height 39.802764  -105.087484
Opened cell:            D:\data1\elevation\srtm\1arc\N39W106.hgt
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -16.4440901932658
Height above MSL:       1636.94811392001
Height above ellipsoid: 1620.50402372674
Geoid value:            -16.4440901932657

D:\dev>ossim-info --height 45.4859 -73.690400
Opened cell:            D:\data1\elevation\srtm\3arc\N45W074.hgt
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -31.5148737328211
Height above MSL:       42.5616000000047
Height above ellipsoid: 11.0467262671837
Geoid value:            -31.5148737328211

D:\dev>ossim-info --height 49.856049 -97.215361
Opened cell:            D:\data1\elevation\srtm\3arc\N49W098.hgt
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -27.8807909055965
Height above MSL:       234.741200000002
Height above ellipsoid: 206.860409094405
Geoid value:            -27.8807909055965



On 8/4/2013 4:02 AM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
False alarm, guys, my mistake.
Initial quick tests showed large discrepancies.
But, when I used more accurate readouts from Google Earth, I got
the following for 4 measurements.:
Difference between Google Earth, and srtm30 in ossim

lat                          lon          elev     Near                elev            Difference [m]
49.224405    -123.116006    73   Vancouver   ossim  87                   14

39.802764  -105.087484   1682   Boulder      ossim 1642                -40

45.4859     -73.690400          40   Montreal    ossim   37                    -3

49.856049    -97.215361   235  Winnipeg   ossim   234                     -1

Not surprising the larger error near Boulder: 30 m spacing in mountainous terrain.

Thanks for the help.

Norm








On 08/03/2013 02:52 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
No problem.

I suppose I will need to convert the HGT from big-endian to little-endian for my linux-based PC?  I notice that ossim-swapbytes does not change the bit order.
Any suggestions before I write a script?

Thanks.


On 08/03/2013 01:11 PM, David Burken wrote:
Sorry I forgot to add for the dot "ras" to work we'd have to have an external geometry file as there's no geometry/projection info embedded.  If you had say a map projected geotiff you could use the "image_directory".   As long as "ossim-info -p <your_height_file>" picks up a valid projection.  For srtm the geometry is derived from the file name; hence, the format requirement.

I always grab my srtm off the net as needed at:

http://dds.cr.usgs.gov/srtm/version2_1/

Put highest resolution first in prefs file.  I.e. SRTM1 in front of STRM3.

Don't forget the "elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true" if you have data over the ocean that's affected by elevation, e.g. rpc model, it can make a big difference in accuracy.

Take care,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 3:43 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
Hi David,

Thanks for the explanations.  My elevations are working, now.

However, I also had to switch to the HGT format.  It seems that the sun raster file

http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/elevation/srtm30plus.tar.gz

is identically zero (according to imagelink).  Maybe I goofed when downloading it ...

Cheers,
Norm



On 08/03/2013 10:50 AM, David Burken wrote:
Hi Norman,

If your file does not adhere to the, e.g. N19W156.hgt standard you have to make the source type "image_directory", e.g.:
elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: image_directory


Not sure about test_data.tgz?  There's a bunch of stuff under:
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/


Note in your ossim preferences you can set:
//---
// Allows one to specify to the elevation manager to use the ellipsoid offset as defined by the
// geoid manager if a getHeightAboveEllipsoid fails
//---
elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true

//---
// Default height above ellipsoid, for use when no elev data is present,
// instead of returning NAN:
//---
elevation.default_height_above_ellipsoid: 0.0

So if you're over the ocean/don't have an MSL post you get:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -78
Did not find cell for point: ( 28.000000000000000, -78.000000000000000, 0.000, WGE )
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -36.365001678466797
Height above MSL:       0.000000000000000
Height above ellipsoid: -36.365001678466797
Geoid value:            -36.365001678466797

With post:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -81
Opened cell:            D:\data1\elevation\srtm\1arc\N28W081.hgt
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -29.5389995574951
Height above MSL:       21
Height above ellipsoid: -8.53899955749512
Geoid value:            -29.5389995574951

Hope that helps,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 1:20 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
I am having trouble setting up elevation and finding test_data.tgz on the net.
Here is the output of

> ossim-info --height 0 0
Opened cell:            elevation/srtm1/srtm30plus.ras
MSL to ellipsoid delta: nan
Height above MSL:       nan
Height above ellipsoid: nan
Geoid value:            17.1620006561279

So, I assume my Geoid96 is correctly set up.
Is srtm30plus.ras the wrong file to use?

Here is an extract from my preferences file:
////////////////////////////
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.connection_string: $(OSSIM_DATA)/elevation/srtm1
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: srtm_directory
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.min_open_cells: 25
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.max_open_cells: 50
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.memory_map_cells: true
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.geoid.type: geoid1996

  elevation_manager.enabled:  true
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Re: elevation & test_data.tgz

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Well, that explains my discrepancies even better!

I am using the egm96.grd that ships with ossim.  (I had downloaded the ascii ww15mgh.grd from its home site, but that did not work for me)  I see that egm96.grd
is a big-endian binary version of the ascii ww15mgh.grd.

Is there an ossim tool that converts an ascii float file to binary?

Thank you,
Norm






On 08/04/2013 04:53 AM, Garrett Potts wrote:
Hello Norman:


If SRTM naming is following some of the download site naming conventions I think SRTM30 stands for 30 Arc Seconds and not 30 meters. The SRTM30 I have is 1 kilometer spacing.  I couldn't find an SRTM1 for that area.


Take care

Garrett
One more thing I forgot to mention.  We have just a simple default 15 minute geoid grid in the baseline for setup.  Not sure what an EGM sample from 2000's have for vertical deltas versus the 96 EGM we are using.  We support other grids which have more accurate readout for the geoid.

On Aug 4, 2013, at 4:02 AM, Norman Goldstein <[hidden email]> wrote:

False alarm, guys, my mistake.
Initial quick tests showed large discrepancies.
But, when I used more accurate readouts from Google Earth, I got
the following for 4 measurements.:
Difference between Google Earth, and srtm30 in ossim

lat                          lon          elev     Near                elev            Difference [m]
49.224405    -123.116006    73   Vancouver   ossim  87                   14

39.802764  -105.087484   1682   Boulder      ossim 1642                -40

45.4859     -73.690400          40   Montreal    ossim   37                    -3

49.856049    -97.215361   235  Winnipeg   ossim   234                     -1

Not surprising the larger error near Boulder: 30 m spacing in mountainous terrain.

Thanks for the help.

Norm








On 08/03/2013 02:52 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
No problem.

I suppose I will need to convert the HGT from big-endian to little-endian for my linux-based PC?  I notice that ossim-swapbytes does not change the bit order.
Any suggestions before I write a script?

Thanks.


On 08/03/2013 01:11 PM, David Burken wrote:
Sorry I forgot to add for the dot "ras" to work we'd have to have an external geometry file as there's no geometry/projection info embedded.  If you had say a map projected geotiff you could use the "image_directory".   As long as "ossim-info -p <your_height_file>" picks up a valid projection.  For srtm the geometry is derived from the file name; hence, the format requirement.

I always grab my srtm off the net as needed at:

http://dds.cr.usgs.gov/srtm/version2_1/

Put highest resolution first in prefs file.  I.e. SRTM1 in front of STRM3.

Don't forget the "elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true" if you have data over the ocean that's affected by elevation, e.g. rpc model, it can make a big difference in accuracy.

Take care,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 3:43 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
Hi David,

Thanks for the explanations.  My elevations are working, now.

However, I also had to switch to the HGT format.  It seems that the sun raster file

http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/elevation/srtm30plus.tar.gz

is identically zero (according to imagelink).  Maybe I goofed when downloading it ...

Cheers,
Norm



On 08/03/2013 10:50 AM, David Burken wrote:
Hi Norman,

If your file does not adhere to the, e.g. N19W156.hgt standard you have to make the source type "image_directory", e.g.:
elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: image_directory


Not sure about test_data.tgz?  There's a bunch of stuff under:
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/


Note in your ossim preferences you can set:
//---
// Allows one to specify to the elevation manager to use the ellipsoid offset as defined by the
// geoid manager if a getHeightAboveEllipsoid fails
//---
elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true

//---
// Default height above ellipsoid, for use when no elev data is present,
// instead of returning NAN:
//---
elevation.default_height_above_ellipsoid: 0.0

So if you're over the ocean/don't have an MSL post you get:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -78
Did not find cell for point: ( 28.000000000000000, -78.000000000000000, 0.000, WGE )
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -36.365001678466797
Height above MSL:       0.000000000000000
Height above ellipsoid: -36.365001678466797
Geoid value:            -36.365001678466797

With post:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -81
Opened cell:            D:\data1\elevation\srtm\1arc\N28W081.hgt
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -29.5389995574951
Height above MSL:       21
Height above ellipsoid: -8.53899955749512
Geoid value:            -29.5389995574951

Hope that helps,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 1:20 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
I am having trouble setting up elevation and finding test_data.tgz on the net.
Here is the output of

> ossim-info --height 0 0
Opened cell:            elevation/srtm1/srtm30plus.ras
MSL to ellipsoid delta: nan
Height above MSL:       nan
Height above ellipsoid: nan
Geoid value:            17.1620006561279

So, I assume my Geoid96 is correctly set up.
Is srtm30plus.ras the wrong file to use?

Here is an extract from my preferences file:
////////////////////////////
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.connection_string: $(OSSIM_DATA)/elevation/srtm1
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: srtm_directory
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.min_open_cells: 25
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.max_open_cells: 50
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.memory_map_cells: true
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.geoid.type: geoid1996

  elevation_manager.enabled:  true
///////////////////////////

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Hello Norman:

The one shipped with OSSIM should be good.  It is a 15 minute binary grid.  Using the ASCII will not gain anything.  You can download higher densit binary grids that have the NGS header and use the keywords:

geoid_ngs_directory: $(OSSIM_DATA)/ear1/geoid/geoid99
geoid_ngs_directory.byte_order: big_endian 


Take care

Garrett


On Aug 4, 2013, at 1:30 PM, Norman Goldstein <[hidden email]> wrote:

Well, that explains my discrepancies even better!

I am using the egm96.grd that ships with ossim.  (I had downloaded the ascii ww15mgh.grd from its home site, but that did not work for me)  I see that egm96.grd
is a big-endian binary version of the ascii ww15mgh.grd.

Is there an ossim tool that converts an ascii float file to binary?

Thank you,
Norm






On 08/04/2013 04:53 AM, Garrett Potts wrote:
Hello Norman:


If SRTM naming is following some of the download site naming conventions I think SRTM30 stands for 30 Arc Seconds and not 30 meters. The SRTM30 I have is 1 kilometer spacing.  I couldn't find an SRTM1 for that area.


Take care

Garrett
One more thing I forgot to mention.  We have just a simple default 15 minute geoid grid in the baseline for setup.  Not sure what an EGM sample from 2000's have for vertical deltas versus the 96 EGM we are using.  We support other grids which have more accurate readout for the geoid.

On Aug 4, 2013, at 4:02 AM, Norman Goldstein <[hidden email]> wrote:

False alarm, guys, my mistake.
Initial quick tests showed large discrepancies.
But, when I used more accurate readouts from Google Earth, I got
the following for 4 measurements.:
Difference between Google Earth, and srtm30 in ossim

lat                          lon          elev     Near                elev            Difference [m]
49.224405    -123.116006    73   Vancouver   ossim  87                   14

39.802764  -105.087484   1682   Boulder      ossim 1642                -40

45.4859     -73.690400          40   Montreal    ossim   37                    -3

49.856049    -97.215361   235  Winnipeg   ossim   234                     -1

Not surprising the larger error near Boulder: 30 m spacing in mountainous terrain.

Thanks for the help.

Norm








On 08/03/2013 02:52 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
No problem.

I suppose I will need to convert the HGT from big-endian to little-endian for my linux-based PC?  I notice that ossim-swapbytes does not change the bit order.
Any suggestions before I write a script?

Thanks.


On 08/03/2013 01:11 PM, David Burken wrote:
Sorry I forgot to add for the dot "ras" to work we'd have to have an external geometry file as there's no geometry/projection info embedded.  If you had say a map projected geotiff you could use the "image_directory".   As long as "ossim-info -p <your_height_file>" picks up a valid projection.  For srtm the geometry is derived from the file name; hence, the format requirement.

I always grab my srtm off the net as needed at:

http://dds.cr.usgs.gov/srtm/version2_1/

Put highest resolution first in prefs file.  I.e. SRTM1 in front of STRM3.

Don't forget the "elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true" if you have data over the ocean that's affected by elevation, e.g. rpc model, it can make a big difference in accuracy.

Take care,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 3:43 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
Hi David,

Thanks for the explanations.  My elevations are working, now.

However, I also had to switch to the HGT format.  It seems that the sun raster file

http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/elevation/srtm30plus.tar.gz

is identically zero (according to imagelink).  Maybe I goofed when downloading it ...

Cheers,
Norm



On 08/03/2013 10:50 AM, David Burken wrote:
Hi Norman,

If your file does not adhere to the, e.g. N19W156.hgt standard you have to make the source type "image_directory", e.g.:
elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: image_directory


Not sure about test_data.tgz?  There's a bunch of stuff under:
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/
http://download.osgeo.org/ossim/data/


Note in your ossim preferences you can set:
//---
// Allows one to specify to the elevation manager to use the ellipsoid offset as defined by the
// geoid manager if a getHeightAboveEllipsoid fails
//---
elevation_manager.use_geoid_if_null: true

//---
// Default height above ellipsoid, for use when no elev data is present,
// instead of returning NAN:
//---
elevation.default_height_above_ellipsoid: 0.0

So if you're over the ocean/don't have an MSL post you get:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -78
Did not find cell for point: ( 28.000000000000000, -78.000000000000000, 0.000, WGE )
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -36.365001678466797
Height above MSL:       0.000000000000000
Height above ellipsoid: -36.365001678466797
Geoid value:            -36.365001678466797

With post:
D:\dev\vs11_x64\geos\build>ossim-info --height 28 -81
Opened cell:            D:\data1\elevation\srtm\1arc\N28W081.hgt
MSL to ellipsoid delta: -29.5389995574951
Height above MSL:       21
Height above ellipsoid: -8.53899955749512
Geoid value:            -29.5389995574951

Hope that helps,
Dave

On 8/3/2013 1:20 PM, Norman Goldstein wrote:
I am having trouble setting up elevation and finding test_data.tgz on the net.
Here is the output of

> ossim-info --height 0 0
Opened cell:            elevation/srtm1/srtm30plus.ras
MSL to ellipsoid delta: nan
Height above MSL:       nan
Height above ellipsoid: nan
Geoid value:            17.1620006561279

So, I assume my Geoid96 is correctly set up.
Is srtm30plus.ras the wrong file to use?

Here is an extract from my preferences file:
////////////////////////////
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.connection_string: $(OSSIM_DATA)/elevation/srtm1
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.type: srtm_directory
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.min_open_cells: 25
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.max_open_cells: 50
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.memory_map_cells: true
  elevation_manager.elevation_source1.geoid.type: geoid1996

  elevation_manager.enabled:  true
///////////////////////////

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Windows installer missing planet? Downloaded the latest windows installer and noticed it appears to be missing ossimPlanet. The latest planet installer is quite old. Is there a late model ossimPlanet installer available?

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Re: Windows installer missing planet?

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Hello Jim:

The latest planet is crashing under 64 bit windows for some reason.  The ossim-geocell has 3-Planet built in and it runs fine.   I will be migrating parts over to the new ossim-geocell application.  currently ossim-geocell can track and show the image in 3-D globe.


Take care

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Re: [OSSIM] Windows installer missing planet? Garrett,

Brought po geocell but I don’t see any way to open a globe or a WMS server am I missing something?

Best jim



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Hello Jim:

The latest planet is crashing under 64 bit windows for some reason.  The ossim-geocell has 3-Planet built in and it runs fine.   I will be migrating parts over to the new ossim-geocell application.  currently ossim-geocell can track and show the image in 3-D globe.


Take care

Garrett

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Re: Windows installer missing planet?

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Hello:

Right click on any chain and add to 3-D view.  WMS not ported over yet.  Only the imagery for right now.


Take care

Garrett

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Re: [OSSIM] Windows installer missing planet?
Garrett,

Brought po geocell but I don’t see any way to open a globe or a WMS server am I missing something?

Best jim



On 8/6/13 2:29 PM, "Garrett Potts" <<a href="x-msg://32/gcpotts@mac.com">gcpotts@...> wrote:

Hello Jim:

The latest planet is crashing under 64 bit windows for some reason.  The ossim-geocell has 3-Planet built in and it runs fine.   I will be migrating parts over to the new ossim-geocell application.  currently ossim-geocell can track and show the image in 3-D globe.


Take care

Garrett

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Windows installer missing planet?
Downloaded the latest windows installer and noticed it appears to be missing ossimPlanet. The latest planet installer is quite old. Is there a late model ossimPlanet installer available?

Thanks!
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Re: Windows installer missing planet?

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Re: [OSSIM] Windows installer missing planet? Ok thanks!


On 8/6/13 3:30 PM, "Garrett Potts" <gcpotts@...> wrote:

Hello:

Right click on any chain and add to 3-D view.  WMS not ported over yet.  Only the imagery for right now.


Take care

Garrett

On Aug 6, 2013, at 3:13 PM, jim hopper <JAMES.E.HOPPER@...> wrote:

Re: [OSSIM] Windows installer missing planet?
Garrett,

Brought po geocell but I don’t see any way to open a globe or a WMS server am I missing something?

Best jim



On 8/6/13 2:29 PM, "Garrett Potts" <gcpotts@... <x-msg://32/gcpotts@...> > wrote:

Hello Jim:

The latest planet is crashing under 64 bit windows for some reason.  The ossim-geocell has 3-Planet built in and it runs fine.   I will be migrating parts over to the new ossim-geocell application.  currently ossim-geocell can track and show the image in 3-D globe.


Take care

Garrett

On Aug 6, 2013, at 12:54 PM, jim hopper <JAMES.E.HOPPER@... <x-msg://32/JAMES.E.HOPPER@...> > wrote:

Windows installer missing planet?
Downloaded the latest windows installer and noticed it appears to be missing ossimPlanet. The latest planet installer is quite old. Is there a late model ossimPlanet installer available?

Thanks!
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Re: Windows installer missing planet?

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Hello Jim:

Also,  tracking currently is only one way.  Turn on full tracking on the drop down combo box and move the cursor with mouse down in the 2-D image window it will move the globe position to that cursor.  Still need to implement tracking from globe back out to image.


Take care

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Re: [OSSIM] Windows installer missing planet?
Ok thanks!


On 8/6/13 3:30 PM, "Garrett Potts" <<a href="x-msg://36/gcpotts@mac.com">gcpotts@...> wrote:

Hello:

Right click on any chain and add to 3-D view.  WMS not ported over yet.  Only the imagery for right now.


Take care

Garrett

On Aug 6, 2013, at 3:13 PM, jim hopper <<a href="x-msg://36/JAMES.E.HOPPER@saic.com">JAMES.E.HOPPER@...> wrote:

Re: [OSSIM] Windows installer missing planet?
Garrett,

Brought po geocell but I don’t see any way to open a globe or a WMS server am I missing something?

Best jim



On 8/6/13 2:29 PM, "Garrett Potts" <<a href="x-msg://36/gcpotts@mac.com">gcpotts@... <x-msg:<a href="x-msg://32/gcpotts@mac.com">//32/gcpotts@...> > wrote:

Hello Jim:

The latest planet is crashing under 64 bit windows for some reason.  The ossim-geocell has 3-Planet built in and it runs fine.   I will be migrating parts over to the new ossim-geocell application.  currently ossim-geocell can track and show the image in 3-D globe.


Take care

Garrett

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Windows installer missing planet?
Downloaded the latest windows installer and noticed it appears to be missing ossimPlanet. The latest planet installer is quite old. Is there a late model ossimPlanet installer available?

Thanks!
Jim
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