Python workflow that combines Geomatica and ArcMap capability.
This workflow was created by the PCI Geomatics Pre-Sales team to provide a demonstration code example for combining the use of Geomatica and ArcGIS for conducting analyses.
Create Epipolar pairs from Stereo Overlapping imagery Extract Digital Surface Models (DSM) from stereo overlapping imagery (using Geomatica's AUTODEM algorithm) Perform visibility analysis using ArcGIS 3D Feature Analyst & pre-determined billboard locations Intersect analysis of visibility area and ground feature (roads) Create an ArcGIS project file and populate results into MXD Features
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ArcGIS Desktop 10.2.x
ArcGIS Feature Analyst
To run this program, you will need to copy the two main Python program (pci_esri_solutions.py and pci_esri_solution_IO.py) to a local folder on your machine. In addition, you will need the input imagery. The complete demonstration package is available here:
Access imagery and packaged code here
In order to properly execute this program, you must initiate the 64 bit version of Python from the ArcGIS path. Navigate to the 64 bit ArcGIS path in the Python folder (C:\Python27\ArcGISx6410.2), and launch "python.exe" from this location.
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