TNTmips is a Geographic Information System providing all of the tools you need to view, create, edit, georeference, interpret, and publish any type of geospatial data.
The powerful and flexible display capabilities in TNTmips gives you a multitude of ways to explore and visualize your geospatial data. You can overlay any number and type of geospatial data layers and add terrain data to create oblique perspective renderings and stereoscopic 3D views of any imagery and map.
The Georeference Auto-Register procedure automatically finds control points for an input image using a reference image. TNTmips lets you create, import, or editgeoreferenced information quickly and easily for any type of geospatial data (image or geometric), including external files in many formats.
Using Feature Mapping’s interactive tools, you can analyze any number of bands to identify, mark, and measure feature classes. The Hyperspectral Analysis process provides the specialized tools you need to exploit the spectral range and resolution of hyperspectral images, using linear unmixing or matched filtering.
The unique Project File structure used in TNTmips allows you to store one or more geospatial objects with all of their relational databases and supporting information (e.g., georeferencing, display styles and settings, and metadata) efficiently in a single file structure. The Job Processing System in TNTmips lets you make optimal use of your computer resources and time.
TNTmips provides a rich suite of processes and tools for extracting information from your geospatial data and finding relationships between different sets of data. Use the intuitive, interactive Query Builder to construct compound attribute queries that can access data in multiple tables, including attributes that are dynamically calculated using numeric or string expressions.
TNTmips allows you to display, create, and process images of any type, including multispectral and hyperspectral optical images and radar. It also provides a variety of additional image enhancement operations.
The Editor in TNTmips lets you create or edit any type of geospatial data (e.g., vector, CAD, shape, raster, or TIN), including linked data in many file and geospatial database formats.
Use the LIDAR Classification process to detect and flag noise points and to identify points on the ground surface using terrain-following or multiscale curvature methods.
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