geodata


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geodata

(ˈdʒiːəʊˌdeɪtə; -ˌdɑːtə)
n
(Communications & Information) information about geographical location held in a digital format
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CycloMedia's customers derive actionable insights from the geodata platform to power day-to-day decisions remotely and with more accuracy, delivering exceptional ROI.
Washington, DC, March 07, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Roosevelt Strategic Council (RSC) and Defense Strategies Institute (DSI) are accepting exhibitors and sponsorships at the 2019 GeoData Summit, taking place on March 20-21, 2019.
Integrated components also include a positioning sensor for flight parameter control, the VNIR or SWIR hyperspectral imaging sensor, and software for flight planning, post-processing and image correction, analysis and combination with geodata.
The software used scans for geodata in phones, all of which can indicate a person's native country.
There's also information missing during a specific time frame from the geodata and surveillance video analysis.
The entries include the English name of the project, the Farsi name both in Farsi and transcribed into Latin script, the address, the geodata, the person or other entity responsible for the design and construction, the date of completion, one or more photographs, and a brief essay on features of the building and its significance.
Vricon, located in McLean, Virginia, serves the global professional geospatial market with 3D geodata and 3D visualization solutions.
In addition, Benham said availability of reliable geodata is as important as a stable fiscal and legislative regime.
The conference, an annual gathering of Esri technology users, GIS professionals, educators, decision makers and business owners from all regions of the country, was hosted by Geodata Systems Technologies.
Professor Sear worked with a team from the University's GeoData Institute; the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton; Wessex Archaeology; and local divers from North Sea Recovery and Learn Scuba.
The author notes that possible applications of his work are in quality assurance of geodata, geodata integration and harmonization, data modeling and ontology engineering, and semantic similarity measurements and usability evaluation.