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Plan Field Trip in Google Earth, then Transfer Data to GPS

Plan Field Trip in Google Earth, then Transfer Data to GPS

Imagine you find an interesting location in Google Earth. This video will show you how to create a track to your point of interest and transfer the data to a GPS. Once this is done, you can use the GPS to take you within a few meters of your point of interest. You can also use this technique to plan ...

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Trends, Challenges and Opportunities in Precision Positioning

Trends, Challenges and Opportunities in Precision Positioning

Precise positioning is becoming a requirement in an increasing number of applications from survey to precision agriculture to autonomous vehicles. In this episode, Hexagon industry experts talk about technology innovations, application opportunities and real-world challenges in this exciting field.

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How you can be tracked anywhere in the world

How you can be tracked anywhere in the world

This GeoSpatial Stream broadcast discusses location surveillance and how portals are providing cellphone locations as a paid service; the Global Road Map and its quest to limit environmental impact; Canada’s investment in a global survey of surface water; NATO’s Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance capability; industry news from Esri, Ocean Optics and PCI Geomatics; opinions on location surveillance; and more.

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GPS to GIS: Mapping Field Data with ArcGIS Explorer

GPS to GIS: Mapping Field Data with ArcGIS Explorer

This series of videos describes how to use GPS and GIS in educational instruction–specifically, the whys and hows of gathering field data such as historical buildings, trees, pH in streams, invasive species, social zones on campus, and so on–and then mapping those data to analyze their spatial pattern and assess the issue from a spatial perspective. This video discusses how ...

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How To Set Up A GPS Reciever To Record GIS-Compatible Biological Data

How To Set Up A GPS Reciever To Record GIS-Compatible Biological Data

The availability of cheap, handheld GPS receivers has brought the ability to collect high quality spatial data within the reach of almost every biologist. However, if wish to record biological data that can be used in a GIS project, you need to ensure that your GPS receiver is set up correctly before you start collecting your data. Using a GArmine ...

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Collecting Positions with GPS and Field Data Attributes

Collecting Positions with GPS and Field Data Attributes

This series of videos describes how to use GPS and GIS in educational instruction–specifically, the whys and hows of gathering field data such as historical buildings, trees, pH in streams, invasive species, social zones on campus, and so on–and then mapping those data to analyze their spatial pattern and assess the issue from a spatial perspective. This video describes and ...

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