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georeferencing

(GEOgraphic REFERENCING) The inclusion of geographic coordinates in a digital map of an area. Georeferencing typically adds longitude/latitude meta-data to pixel locations on a map image. The EXIF meta-data format for camera photos also supports GPS coordinates. See EXIF and UTM.
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Using MicroStation provided the comprehensive 3D modelling environment, georeferencing capabilities and clash analysis features to accommodate the large files and ensure that the BIM models replicated the real-world environment.
Tian, "Method for automatic georeferencing aerial remote sensing (RS) images from an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) platform," Biosystems Engineering, vol.
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Its georeferencing capabilities have expanded to include text files and image files.
This edition features new map-sharing exercises and georeferencing, an introduction to ArcGIS Pro, and references that allow students to apply their newfound knowledge to real-world scenarios.
A nag we've always had with the G600/500 is the lack of georeferencing with Garmin's NACO-based electronic FliteChart feature.
The Georeferencing and Digitizing Project of the fungal herbarium at this campus is part of a national project to centralize information gathered by professional mycologists in universities and national herbaria around the United States.
These data were available via the APHCR-W website ([dagger]), but georeferencing, which allows collection locations to be mapped for spatial analyses, was lacking.
The latest version of ForeFlight adds chart georeferencing, a brightness control and a few other features.
Professionals can preview articles through their ScienceDirect subscription, streamline work by eliminating steps such as manually scanning, cropping and georeferencing maps, download maps, import them into GIS software, add observations and information, and prepare meaningful report summaries.
The point-radius method for georeferencing locality descriptions (3) estimates a best guess for the exposure site (e.g., residence, workplace) but describes uncertainty in that georeference is a radius that expresses spatial uncertainty in the record (i.e., compare our traveling salesperson with his or her housebound neighbor) and in translation into geographic coordinates (including uncertainty in the locality descriptor, spatial footprint of the locality described, imprecision in the locality identified, and any other sources of imprecision).