aerial mapping


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aerial mapping

[′e·rē·əl ′map·iŋ]
(mapping)
The making of planimetric and contoured maps and charts on the basis of photographs of the ground surface from an aircraft, spacecraft, or rocket. Also known as aerocartography.
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The company designs and builds advanced unmanned air systems for border protection, aerial mapping, search and rescue, and defense.
We used the UAV for high- resolution aerial mapping.
New Zealand's NZ Aerial Mapping (Nzam) in August 2010 got a contract from the Saudi and Kuwaiti governments to map out the DZ.
is the first aerial mapping firm to purchase the new Leica ADS100 digital pushbroom camera technology.
Talyfan Graziers Society has now been warned it faces a stiffer penalty next year if it doesn't install boundary markers, White-painted stones, or whitecapped posts, will help Glastir officials identify commons boundaries during aerial mapping and analysis.
The committee has signed a contract with New Zealand's NZ Aerial Mapping to conduct the task and technical field teams from both countries have been formed to monitor the operation.
The fifth edition adds chapters on aerial mapping and hydrographic surveying.
THE Murray-Darling Basin Authority has been accused of undermining efforts to protect water resources with its plans for aerial mapping.
Director of GIS Department Mohammed Abdullah Al Zaffin told Khaleej Times that thermal cameras attached to special mapping aircraft were used for the aerial survey which was conducted with the assistance of COWI, a European company specilaised in the field of aerial mapping.
Aerial mapping company BlueSky has created a set of aerial map playmats for the Centre for Alternative Technology (Cat) in Powys, to help illustrate the impact of our day-to-day activities on the environment.

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