[OSGeo-Discuss] RE: [AtlanticCanada] Help building a tile cache from a large dataset of orthophotos
Connors, Bernie (SNB)
Bernie.Connors at snb.ca
Fri Jun 10 05:46:00 PDT 2011
Thanks for the info but I must host the images on our own servers.
Bernie Connors, P.Eng
Service New Brunswick
From: atlanticcanada-bounces at lists.osgeo.org [mailto:atlanticcanada-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Sam Vekemans
Sent: Friday, 2011-06-10 09:39
To: Connors, Bernie (SNB)
Cc: atlanticcanada at lists.osgeo.org; OSGeo Discussions; Mckay, Julie (SNB)
Subject: Re: [AtlanticCanada] Help building a tile cache from a large dataset of orthophotos
Koordinates.com offers hosting of orthophotos on their servers (as
they do for Land Information New Zealand),
there is also an API option available.
I don't know the detils, you'll just need to ask the developers of it.
On 6/10/11, Connors, Bernie (SNB) <Bernie.Connors at snb.ca> wrote:
> We have a data set of orthophotos. The specs are:
> · 51,971 images, (1.92 Terabytes total)
> · 30 cm GSD
> · Cut in 2km x 2km grid
> · No overlap between images
> We are an ESRI shop and we are using version 9.31 on the desktop and the
> server. We do not have the ESRI Image server extension. To build a tile
> cache from the orthophotos we need to store the orthophoto data in an ESRI
> Raster data set. This is proving to be very slow and problematic. We have
> done this successfully in the past but with an older and smaller dataset
> (2000 images, 200 GB, 1 m GSD).
> Can somebody suggest an open source tool that can produce a tile cache that
> can be consumed by ArcGIS server 9.3.1?
> Bernie Connors, P.Eng
> Manager - Spatial Data Infrastructure
> Land Information Secretariat
> Service New Brunswick
> Tel: 506-444-2077 Fax: 506-453-3898
> 45°56'25.21"N, 66°38'53.65"W
> bernie.connors at snb.ca<mailto:bernie.connors at snb.ca>
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