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Pix4D announces machine-learning point cloud classification

With Pix4Dmapper 4.0 you get machine-learning tools for photogrammetry applications in your hands. It allows you to classify 3D point clouds into categories like buildings, roads or vegetation. And this is just the beginning of Pix4D’s latest journey. We believe in the ability of photogrammetry and machine learning techniques to …

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Puducherry to map the properties using drones

To kimprove the property tax system in the state Chief Minister V. Narayanasamy launched a drone survey to map properties in Puducherry under the Capacity Building Urban Development (CBUD) programme. This project would assess the area, depth and other properties of the buildings. “The survey will help in examining the …

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Improvements made in the latest version of SuperGIS Desktop 10

An updated version of SuperGIS Desktop 10 has been released recently. In this update, the overall performance of the software is greatly improved. Besides, to provide a more excellent user experience, several optimizations are made in the existing features. Firstly, functions related to 3D Globe are adjusted so that users …

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Phase One industrial introduces a breakthrough in aerial imaging

Built on the new, dual CMOS sensor, dual lens iXU-RS1900 camera, which is capable of capturing images at 190 megapixels, this cost-effective and highly accurate system addresses a wide variety of challenging aerial applications, such as remote sensing, monitoring, inspection, and disaster management. At the heart of the fully integrated …

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3D mapping of brackish water resources to begin soon

With an objective to promote farming activity in the coastal areas a team of scientists will soon begin 3D mapping of brackish water aquaculture resources available in the country. A team of scientists from ICAR-Central Institute of Brackishwater Aquaculture (CIBA) will map the resources available over along Indian coast through …

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Greater Chennai Corporation to start drone-mapping

Greater Chennai Corporation will start mapping properties and utilities in the city with unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) by the end of September. The corporation will utilise drones to geotag and map buildings in the city, in a bid to identify construction violations. According to Corporation officials civic body has obtained …

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India, Afghanistan to cooperate in space technology

India will widen cooperation with Afghanistan in space technology by extending assistance in remote sensing, a joint statement after the 2nd Strategic Partnership Council Meeting between two nations said. India also welcomed Afghanistan’s participation in the South Asia Satellite (SAS) project, a gift from New Delhi to its neighbours, as …

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NBSSLUP to map soil in Karnataka

National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use Planning (NBSSLUP) is working on a project to map soil in 12 taluks of Karnataka to help provide plot-level data on soil condition , according to Rajendra Ramakrishna Hegde, Regional Director of NBSSLUP, Bengaluru. Speaking on the sidelines of a training programme …

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