Enhance Your Mission Success with a physical 3D Solid Terrain Model
From natural disaster relief to preparing for the after-effects of a military incursion, government agencies undertake a variety of local and global missions that require precise knowledge of the local terrain. STM supports your success in these missions with the most accurate 3D Solid Terrain Models currently available.
Using the latest scanning, imaging, and digital printing technologies, we produce remarkably accurate physical depictions that enable you to better understand the terrain and any terrain challenges that may affect your project or mission. Whether it’s rebuilding after a 100-year flood along the Mississippi or mounting a drought relief effort in Africa, our models provide your team with the in-depth knowledge of the landscape required to achieve your mission-critical goals.
Precise Visual Data – Anywhere, Anytime
Planning any project depends on intimate knowledge of the local terrain. Unfortunately, topographic maps in many areas of the world are often very limited in scope and detail. A Solid Terrain Model from STM provides a precise, realistic depiction of the terrain anywhere in the world, at any scale (as long as the satellite data is available).
Options for your Model
Our models can also be built with removable inserts that allow you to display secure information only to those who have a need to know. For example, a basic model showing the existing terrain can be displayed to general audiences. Inserts can then be added to show classified details only to personnel that have the proper clearance; or a variation of other options. Additionally, our Projection Systems can satisfy security requirements by displaying classified information over an unclassified model. Or, provide a method for depicting changing scenarios during project planning and deployment.
The STM Difference
Made with the finest in craftsmanship and quality, Solid Terrain Models offer important advantages for government planners:
Most important, our models cost less than you might think – an important consideration for government agencies working under reduced or restricted budgets.
Who Uses Solid Terrain Models?