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Intergraph® and DigitalGlobe Announce Geospatial Challenge 2012 Winners

By DigitalGlobe | Published:

On Tuesday March 6, Intergraph and DigitalGlobe announced that Priyanka Mehta and Allison Howard are the two winners of the 2012 Geospatial Challenge. This contest was an opportunity for individuals in the fields of remote sensing and GIS to submit their research on innovative ways of using DigitalGlobe’s unique WorldView-2 satellite imagery in Intergraph’s ERDAS IMAGINE software. This contest received more than 115 proposals from remote sensing experts around the globe.

Priyanka Mehta’s research sought to classify urban land use and land cover to visualize temperature profiles and heat island effects as functions of urban development. The extra four bands of our eight-band imagery from WorldView-2 provide increased opportunities for visualization and extraction of intricate features present in the data.

Using high-resolution imagery and subpixel analysis (in conjunction with habitat modeling), Allison Howard’s work has implications for predicting daily movement patterns of all mobile animals. Her research links species occurrence or animal behavior with environmental variables which represent significant improvements to previous attempts.

The winners, Mehta and Howard, will have the opportunity to present their research at the ASPRS Conference in Sacramento, CA on March 22nd and their research papers will be posted to digitalglobe.com in the upcoming weeks.

2 Responses to Intergraph® and DigitalGlobe Announce Geospatial Challenge 2012 Winners

gafer ali says: March 27, 2012 at 12:39 am

gafer ali Bsc in survey engineering & Msc : GIS & Remote sensing .

i want to say Congratulations to the winners

sudan .
sudan university of Science and Technology

Dr.(Ms.)Swapna Acharjee says: March 19, 2012 at 2:42 am

Congratulations to the winners. We couldn’t get the imagery from NRSC to participate. We would like to recieve catalogue and price list of various products of DigitalGlobe at the Mailing address:
Dr.(Ms.)Swapna Acharjee
Scientist-B
State Remote Sensing Application Centre
Department of Science & Technology
Govt.Of Arunachal Pradesh
Itanagar-791111

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