GPS-enabled camera

GPS-enabled camera

A camera that receives GPS signals in order to mark photos with their location and time of day. Some GPS-enabled cameras display city, state and country on their LCD screens. See geotagging.
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Needed just as much, it said, are better satellite data on how the world's farming zones are changing crops, land use and practices, and on-the-ground information from "citizen data-gatherers equipped with GPS-enabled camera phones and other measuring devices.
Information on the Ricoh 500SE GPS-enabled camera can be found at http://www.
Places automatically imports photo location data from a GPS-enabled camera or any iPhoneao or you can manually assign a location to any photo, group of photos or event.
Places automatically imports photo location data from a GPS-enabled camera or any iPhone" or you can manually assign a location to any photo, group of photos or Event.
The unique combination of Ricoh's GPS-enabled camera and Hummingbird's DM system allows enterprise customers to enjoy the benefits of relating images to geo-space without the detriments inherent in alternate methods," said Jeff Lengyel, marketing manger for Ricoh's Digital Camera Division.
Zoto's geotagging system allows anyone with a GPS-enabled camera phone to automatically plot their photos onto graphic and satellite maps.
With over 30 GPS-enabled cameras on the market, shipments are expected to break 10 million in 2013, and a second wave of new applications emerging around tracking, Maps/POI, and dead-reckoning.