The design of the spatial database is the formal process of analyzing facts about the real world into a structured model. Database design is characterized by the following phases: requirement analysis, logical design and physical design. In more common terms, you basically need a plan, a design layout and then the data to complete the process.
Here is a photo of a large plotted poster that we generated (along with classmates Chisty McCurdy & Tracy Lynds) for a Terrain Analysis presentation we gave back at COGS for an advanced image processing class in 1999. It deals with Integration of Digital elevation Models (DEMs) and Imagery to provide Terrain Analysis of the Antigonish Highlands using DEMs generated from RADARSAT Satellite data of the Antigonish Highlands. Several products were generated such as Color Shaded Reliefs (CSRs).
Here is a photo of a large plotted poster that I generated along with classmates Chisty McCurdy & Tracy Lynds for a Data Integration presentation we gave back at COGS for an advanced image processing class in 1999. It dealt with Comparative Analysis of Principle Component, IHS and Averaging Methods using Satellite data of the Antigonish Highlands (North Eastern Nova Scotia Region).