EGS Technologies Corporation is proud to announce the availability of new 15 and 30 meter resolution clutter data for the United States. This clutter data, derived primarily from 2010 and 2011 satellite imagery, represents the most detailed and archived clutter database available on the market today. The data is intended to meet a variety of modeling studies in the mobile telecommunications industry, including small cell, smart grid, 4G, backhaul, and other wireless telecommunications applications. "Our latest US clutter database represents a substantial leap forward in clutter data accuracy and availability" stated Andrew Baffes, EGS Technologies Corporation's Vice President. "With recent acquisition dates and full nationwide coverage, it represents the latest available clutter database available on the market today." To help illustrate the improvements, the above database samples show older clutter sources (left) and new 2010-2011 clutter samples from EGS (right). Select any sample for an expanded view of the comparisons.
Additionally, the significant increase in the number and relevancy of clutter classes to this new data is a major benefit to the mobile telecommunications industry. And perhaps most importantly, the improved spatial accuracy to 15 meter resolution makes this national clutter database unique. When combined with orthoimagery, high resolution elevation layers, vector and other databases it becomes a key layer for improved predictions.
15 meter and 30 meter clutter data is offered through a variety of geographic sections, including by tile, metro area, state, region and national coverage. With geodata sources over six continents, check back often for more details about recently completed projects. Please see our Contact Us page to discuss your geodata needs with our staff.