STM Blog

Follow our Bloggers for interesting articles and factoids related to our technology and the many industries we’re involved in. Watch for posts from the STM crew:

Featured Bloggers

Mark Fisher, CEO & President Engineering & Automation Solutions
Justin Luton, Vice President Programming & Production
Jeff Klittich, Cartographer Mapping & GIS
Rémy Frank, Marketing & Sales Client & Industry News

 

Recent Blog Posts


  • Press Release – Solid Terrain Modeling, Airbus Defense & Space, Highlight New Data Collection Technology at Esri® Conference


    Press Release   Solid Terrain Modeling, Airbus Defense and Space, to Highlight  New Data Collection  Technology at Esri® Conference  Fillmore, CA   Solid Terrain Modeling Inc. (STM), in partnership with Airbus Defense and Space, will demonstrate the latest in data collection technology along with a new type of digital

  • At home in Seattle


      by: Sales & Marketing’s: Rémy Frank Solid Terrain Modeling recently exhibited at the American Alliance of Museums Conference (AAM 2014) in Seattle. Conferences are always hectic, demanding, and one of the things I love most about my job. I get the opportunity to interface with our museum clients

  • How to use Google Earth to define your Points of Interest


      Once the model area has been defined, it is time to add some features to the model.  A common feature to add is a Point of Interest (POI).  Often times we come across POIs that have not been previously mapped.  This is very easy to accomplish in Google

  • Boisset Shares the Science Behind Spectacular Wine


      Flamboyant. Outrageous. Superb. Bodacious. All words that describe Jean-Charles Boisset and his Boisset Family Estate wines. You may think I’m just slinging crazy words around, and your right. But, if the words fit… At the root of the Boisset Family Estates are some extremely tasty wines, produced by

  • Here we are! (and phew…)


    by: Sales & Marketing’s: Rémy Frank So, we just finished launching our new Solid Terrain Modeling website. We were on a mission to get it prepped and launched in time for our company appearance on the Discovery Science Channel’s TV show called “How It’s Made.” As anyone can guess, the project has