SPRING


SPRING

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SPRING is GIS and remote sensing image processing system with an object-oriented data model which provides for the integration of raster and vector data representations in a single environment. SPRING is freely [http://www.dpi.inpe.br/spring available] on the Internet. It has Windows and Linux versions.

SPRING provides a comprehensive set of [http://www.dpi.inpe.br/spring/english/description.html functions] , including tools for Satellite Image Processing,Digital Terrain Modeling, Spatial Analysis, Geostatistics, Spatial Statistics, Spatial Databasesand Map Management.

SPRING is a product of Brazil's National Institute for Space Research(INPE), who is developing SPRING since 1992. SPRING has required over 200 man/years of development andincludes extensive documentation, tutorials and examples. More than 70,000 users from 60 countries have downloaded the software, as of January 2007.

External links

Partners

* [http://www.inpe.br/ INPE] - National Institute for Space Research.

More information

* [http://www.dpi.inpe.br/spring SPRING web site] - Official project web site.
* [http://www.dpi.inpe.br/gilberto/papers/spring.pdf Paper about SPRING] - "SPRING: Integrating remote sensing and GIS by object-oriented data modelling" Camara G, Souza RCM, Freitas UM, Garrido J Computers & Graphics, 20: (3) 395-403, May-Jun 1996.

Related projects

* [http://www.terralib.org TerraLib project] .


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