I want to get the height information for a particular area in meters. I have orthomosaic, DSM and DTM of that area I don't know how to get building height information that too particularly in meters. I would be thankful to you for this help.
Sir, Actually may be I am using the wrong terminology because of which I am not trying to write in words what exactly I want. Basically i am doing digitizing and I somehow want height data. I have DSM so my question was can I extract height of a building using DSM data??????????
I have a five lines feature classes that I originally created individual TINS (Create TIN gp tool) for, from the TINS I created rasters (TIN to Raster gp tool). I then mosaicked all the grids into one master grid(Mosaic To New Raster gp tool) using the mosiac operator of maximum. Looking for a way to be more efficient, I merged (Merge gp tool) …(Show moreShow less)
Mosaics and Image Server services….source vs derived vs reference…Advice requested Note: Sorry, this is long…but greatly appreciate anyone who reads and can give advice. I know there are many approaches, but looking for suggestions so I can get my head wrapped around it, so I can see what can work for us. A logical approach just hasn’t quitePreviewHide preview
I am currently creating an elevation image service for a large area which consists of 100% coverage of 25m SRTM and approx. 45% coverage of a mixed 1, 2 and 5 metre resolutions derived from stereo and LiDAR. I am creating 17 levels of cache using the ArcGIS Online Elevation schema. The full cache was built whilst only the 25m tiles were in the…(Show moreShow less)
I am currently working with a .bil raster Digital elevation model (DEM) which I am wondering if ArcMap could process in order to produce a 3D model. I am not sure if ArcMap is able to process the z values of the DEM with the .bil format. I wanted to know if I should be using ArcMap to process the raster or is there another software I should be…(Show moreShow less)
All dem's can be viewed in 3d since the z value is inherently elevation. I shared this thread to the CityEngine Space in the hopes that you might get some better exposure... traffic in the Elevation place is... errr .... flat
Hello everybody, I am encountering the following problem: I have an ASTER raster dataset and a bathymetry dataset from a fjord landscape. My problem is that the bathymetry dataset does not cover values higher than -60 and the ASTER raster does not cover values below 0. Therefore I have the range between 0 and -60 only entered with one single…(Show moreShow less)
You could always export the raster back out to points and reattempt an interpolation from there, but I suspect the results will be less than satisfactory given your description. Alternately... again, perhaps less than satisfactory... is to run a focal mean over the combined raster to 'smooth' out the transition. Perhaps a larger window size than…
Hi, I loaded SRTM3 tiles into a Mosaic Dataset held in a FGBD under ArcGIS Desktop 10.5.1. Then I created a Referenced Function Mosaic Dataset in order to display hillshading... However, when I open the Referenced Function Mosaic Dataset in Arcmap in a project, it only displays the hillshade at large scale, beyond 1/2'500'000 or so, no more…(Show moreShow less)
Hi, I am displaying a Referenced Function Mosaic Dataset for hillshading in ArcMap Desktop 10.5.1. In particular, I'd like to emphasize relief hillshade and instead of using a "black to white" ramp, I would prefer to use a "black to transparent" ramp. Is it possible in ArcGIS? Thanks
Hi Vincent Launstorfer , If you have an ArcMap license you are entitled to ArcGIS Pro too. About licensing—ArcGIS Pro | ArcGIS Desktop They can run side by side on the same computer if the OS is 64 bit. ArcGIS Pro 2.0 system requirements—ArcGIS Pro | ArcGIS Desktop All the interfaces are part of ArcGIS Pro, no other software was used…