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August 16th, 2011
PCI – RapidEye Contract for GeoImaging Accelerator Technology

The GXL system includes support for the automated orthorectification and mosaicking of the imagery collected by the RapidEye satellite constellation. PCI Geomatics has delivered a GXL-Satellite system that integrates locally procured off-the-shelf hardware with PCI’s GeoImaging Accelerator-Satellite high volume multi-CPU/GPU production software. The complete system will enable RapidEye to transform uncorrected imagery into seamless mosaics comprised of thousands of images – thereby automating the production chain. The GXL-Satellite system will boast throughput capability of up to 10 Terrabytes per day. Read More