Digital surface model (DSM)


Digital surface model (DSM)

July 28, 2022

A digital surface model is a digital representation of the topographic surface of a region, including features such as buildings and vegetation. DSM data is often used to generate digital terrain models, which are used for a variety of purposes, including land-use planning, resource management, and disaster response.


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