OSSIM core utilities
DescriptionOpen Source Software Image Map (OSSIM) is a high performance engine for remote sensing, image processing, geographical information systems and photogrammetry. It has been actively developed since 1996. Designed as a series of high performance software libraries, it is written in C++ employing the latest techniques in object-oriented software design. The library provides advanced remote sensing, image processing, and geo-spatial functionality. A quick summary of OSSIM functionality includes ortho-rectification, precision terrain correction, rigorous sensor models, very large mosaics, and cross sensor fusions, a wide range of map projections and datums, and a large range of commercial and government data formats. The architecture of the library supports parallel processing with mpi (not enabled), a dynamic plugin architecture, and dynamically connectable objects allowing rapid prototyping of custom image processing chains. This package includes core tools that use the OSSIM library to perform some basic tasks.
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