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Open Web Mapping: An educational resource for creating online maps using free and open source software

Open Web Mapping: An educational resource for creating online maps using free and open source software

Free and open source software (FOSS) for GIS continues to increase in functionality and usability, and offers a flexible and economic option for organization that want to create online maps; however, beginners face a broad array of software choices and may not know which FOSS products and packages to deploy in each tier of the web map architecture. Compounding the ...

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Current state-of-the-art of OpenDroneMap

Current state-of-the-art of OpenDroneMap

Aimed at developers and end-users, this presentation will cover the current state-of-the-art of OpenDroneMap, toolkit of FOSS computer vision tools aiming to be easy to use for referencing unstructured photos into geography data (colorized point clouds, referenced photos, orthophotos, surface models and more), whether the images be sourced from street level photos, building interiors, or from sUASs (drones). Currently no ...

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Python Programming and GIS

Python Programming and GIS

Are you looking to develop a new skill? Do repetitive tasks slow you down? Do you want to squeeze more out of your GIS? Have you heard of Python but don’t know where to start? This lecture style seminar is designed to cover the essential basics of Python programming for use in GIS. No prior experience is required. Presented for ...

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Remote Sensing: It’s Not Just for the Remote Sensing Specialist Anymore …

Remote Sensing: It’s Not Just for the Remote Sensing Specialist Anymore …

Have you noticed?? The Geospatial Revolution is closely tied to new capabilities of earth observing sensors, as well as greater access to their data. The collection of remotely sensed data from a variety of platforms, including aircraft, commercial satellites, ground-based vehicles, and unmanned aerial systems (UAS), is increasing exponentially. Many of the sensors, such as lidar, thermal, multispectral and hyperspectral ...

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“Arriving in Berlin” – A map made by refugees

What does it mean to be a newcomer in Berlin? What does it mean to be a newcomer and a refugee in Berlin? These questions are the starting point for the collective mapping project “Arriving in Berlin” – researched and developed by Hamidullah Ehrari, Mohammad Yari, Farhad Ramazanali, Alhadi Aldebs, residents of Haus Leo, in cooperation with Haus der Kulturen ...

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