GXP Capability Simulator

Welcome to the GXP Capability Simulator! This application allows users to experience the power of geospatial exploitation, including many of the unique capabilities of GXP software, through a simple and interactive interface.

Simply click the orange button to see how geospatial data is discovered and visualized through GXP solutions, and then you can begin creating your own geospatial intelligence through a variety of simple workflows.

Geospatial Coordinates

Display the coordinates (often determined by latitude and longitude) of a specified geographic location.

Text Annotation

Create a custom text annotation to identify a particular object or area of interest.

Visual Icons

Place a visual icon on a designated object or area of interest.

Height Measurement

Calculate the precise height of identified structures including buildings, towers, walls, etc.

Distance Measurement

Calculate the precise distance between two distinct points.

Line of Sight

Identify the 360° line of sight (unobstructed vision) from a particular vantage point.

Helicopter Landing Zone

Determine potential Helicopter Landing Zones based on calculated ground slope, identified obstructions, and other factors.

Multispectral Analysis

Multispectral analysis captures image data at specified frequencies across the electromagnetic spectrum, including light from frequencies beyond the visible range. This application can identify oil spills, radiation contamination, land mines, and other hazards typically unseen to the naked eye.

Content Overlays

Provide additional layers of geospatial content, such as routes of transportation, utility and communication systems, and building schematics.

Collaborative Response Graphics

Establish a visual representation of an emergency action plan through gridded reference graphics, content overlays, and real-time tracking of response personnel via mobile devices.

3-D Terrain Generation

Create a three dimensional representation of terrain using all available geospatial data.

LiDAR Analysis

Visualize LiDAR data to create a 3-D representation of terrain within a specified area. LiDAR measures the distance to a target by illuminating it with a pulsed laser light and measuring the differences in return times of the reflected pulses.