Austin area landowner has accidentally helped make...
One Austin area landowner has accidentally helped make NASA’s job of estimating the object size in their photographs from space a little easier. One of the major challenges in astronaut photography of Earth is estimating the size of objects because of the lack of suitable targets. Thanks to having created this pattern in a format visible from space, NASA is now able to use this as a fixed...
Loss of City Trees Costs Billions : Discovery News
Via Scoop.it - Pictometry’s Geospatial News A new analysis of 20 U.S. cities pegs urban tree loss at about 4 million trees a year. Via news.discovery.com
What is Pictometry? Pictometry is a leading provider of geo-referenced,...
LiDAR News - Photogrammetry is the New Point Cloud...
Via Scoop.it - Pictometry’s Geospatial News A Premier resource for Laser Scanning, Airborne and Mobile LiDAR, Short Range Metrology and 3D Imaging Professionals., Photogrammetry is the New Point Cloud (and Vice Versa)… Via lidarnews.com
Roof Measurement Reports Now Available Through...
Via Scoop.it - Pictometry’s Geospatial News Pictometry Roof Measurement Reports Now Available Through AccuLynx.com Via pictometry.com
GIS Employment Outlook
Via Scoop.it - Pictometry’s Geospatial News GIS, which symbolizes regional information systems, merchants, demonstrates, and study regional facts. The power of GIS is the fact that technology-not only in a number of ways all over numerous businesses and specialities. Via aaronjoneslaw.com
Geography Extremes | GIS Lounge
Via Scoop.it - Pictometry’s Geospatial News Physical Geography Extremes What is the highest point on earth?The highest point on earth is Mount Everest, Nepal - Tibet, China with a recorded height of 8,848 m (29,029 ft) (measured as height above sea level).What is the lowest point on earth? Via gislounge.com
Video: Aerial LiDAR - University of Texas
Via Scoop.it - Pictometry’s Geospatial News this is a point cloud - no imagery or polygons here. Via youtube.com
Inside the Image - Better Serving the Market with...
Via Scoop.it - Pictometry’s Geospatial News Roofers and Claims Adjusters know the hassles that are involved. There’s the time and cost of travel, delays, unexpected weather conditions, ladders and tape, displaced workers and interrupted work flow. And for what? They still can’t really see a property from all it’s perspectives — overhead and all around - - and measurements are...
Where the Wild Things Are in Yellowstone Park |...
Via Scoop.it - Pictometry’s Geospatial News Ecological Forecasting Ecologists use GIS software and a GeoDesign workflow to measure the impact of potential land-use changes and perform ecological forecasting at Yellowstone National Park. In recent years, managing these ecosystems has become increasingly challenging. Drought, wildfire, habitat fragmentation, contaminants, invasive...
Via Scoop.it - Pictometry’s Geospatial News No matter how many times I look at it, I always find aerial imagery mesmerizing. Via pinterest.com
Pictometry Roof Reports - Applications sur...
Via Scoop.it - Pictometry’s Geospatial News The Pictometry Roof Measurement Report application enables you to get accurate roof measurements for a property without ever setting foot on-site – directly from your … Via market.android.com
PODCAST Kevin Pomfret Executive Director Centre...
Via Scoop.it - Pictometry’s Geospatial News Kevin Pomfret is the Executive Director of the Centre for Spatial Law and Policy and a lawyer focusing on the unique legal and policy issues associated with sp déc. Via blogtalkradio.com
Spend More Time Assessing, Less Time Guessing
Via Scoop.it - Pictometry’s Geospatial News Pictometry’s aerial oblique imagery offers a natural richness that lets our users glean useful information. Simply from a visual inspection, users will detect a structure’s dimensions — its height, depth, area — and understand it in the context of its surroundings. Via rickhurwitz.com
GIS in Education and Curriculum Integration: An...
Via Scoop.it - Pictometry’s Geospatial News GIS in Edu: An English Teacher’s Guide to Mapping: Part 2 of 4, Context & Setting http://t.co/N99qXr98… Via gisined.blogspot.com
For 15 years I’ve been looking for that ‘Killer Application or Dataset’ that...– Art Kalinski, Former GIS Manager of the Atlanta Regional Commission