geotagging

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geotagging

Adding the current geographic location of the camera or smartphone to an image or message, or adding the static geographic location to a street address. The location data contain latitude and longitude, although altitude and bearing (distance from North) may also be included. See GPS-enabled camera and geotracking.
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All project roads will be geotagged with information accessible on the Internet, so the public can monitor road investment projects throughout the project life cycle, including procurement and construction.
Toledo said he has a staff particularly assigned to manage the website as they do monitoring and documentation for the geotagged projects.
A couple of days after the UN passed a resolution declaring all Israeli settlements illegal under international law, and that the country cease construction in East Jerusalem, the West Bank, and other territories captured in the 1967 war, Israeli basketball star Amar'e Stoudemire sent a not-so-subtle message on behalf of his Jewish ancestors, and geotagged it from the Old City.
0, a media mapping add-on tool for viewing geotagged imagery on Google Earth[TM].
He said over 15,000 seminaries had been geotagged and dispelled the notion that no-go areas exist in Punjab.
Ensure that all construction and quality control equipment must be geotagged and key personnel must be mobilized within one month from the issuance of Notice to Proceed," Geron said.
The internet giant is also tying up with Street View so that people can view geotagged 360-degree videos when browsing Google Maps.
Authors and researchers are also able to upload their own geotagged articles to the JournalMap citation index and create their own georeferenced article collections on the website, www.
If something of interest is detected in the video, users may also snap a still image from the video, which is geotagged and saved for future analysis, www.
The analysis was made possible due to the volume of photographs that are uploaded to social media sites every day, with around five million geotagged images being made public on photo-sharing site Instagram each day.
Geotagged drone images of recently logged areas could help authorities track down those responsible for engaging in illegal logging and provide evidence for their conviction.
The Boston Children's Hospital researchers have studied and compared geotagged Facebook user data with data from national and New York City-focused health surveys.