aerial imagery


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aerial imagery

Any remotely sensed nonphotographic image taken from the air. This does not include imagery obtained from space.
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Part Of The Pilot Project Will Assess The Reliability Of Using Aerial Imagery And/Or Ground-Level Photography For The Identification Of Broad Habitat Types On Irish Farmland.
Sanborn provides the nation's most accurate oblique aerial imagery, available in 2.
The ZX5 includes a 16 megapixel camera to capture high-quality aerial imagery, down to 1 mm ground sample distance.
A DRONE that acquires aerial imagery to identify stressed crops is being piloted in the UK over the summer by scientists at Fera.
It is understood that Google recreates the buildings using a computer algorithm which processes 45-degree aerial imagery and Google Maps data to create threedimensional models.
Yang, working with Texas A&M AgriLife scientists, began evaluating whether aerial imagery could spot specific problem sites in cotton fields when, a few years ago, growers started using a new fungicide for cotton root rot control.
The dominance in this sector is attributed to the increasing end-user awareness, high adoption rate among government sector coupled with the availability of high resolution aerial imagery from various suppliers.
Since then, aerial imagery has become a staple of cartographers and land surveyors because it helps yield precise maps in a short amount of time.
To increase UGV perception distance and overall performance we use aerial imagery provided by UAV for analysing terrain ahead of the UGV and for generating path to the target position.
com/prnh/20130307/600769 Coexisting with the satellite remote sensing industry, the aerial imagery business is undergoing a spectacular change, largely influenced by technological developments and growing applications.
Real estate, urban planning and insurance are emerging as potential applications for aerial imagery and related services.
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