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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"We call it the PCMA (Project and Contract Management Application) system, whereby we'll be utilizing drone technology and geotagging for project monitoring," he added.
"Oversharing on social media is commonplace and built-in smartphone features like geotagging, which share the user's exact location when they post, are only making things easier for thieves." One example is a Mercury claimant who took his family on vacation to Cancun, Mexico.
This system helps train responders on how to use geotagging to sift through the rumors and misinformation that arise during a crisis, he added.
Instead of a hefty PS500,000 price tag Gary Ridley, the force's Assistant Chief Officer, managed to track down the devices for around PS60,000 and said the geotagging capabilities of the devices will allow officers to keep an eye using the force's IT system which will save a further PS7 a day in police time spent on check-up calls.
Karl and his collaborators are also working with Taylor & Francis, a publisher of more than 1,600 journals, to build literature geotagging into the publication process and to enable geographic literature searching of entire journal archives.
Big data is invaluable in these days of geotagging and contextualmarketing.Itisalso,inmyview,an invitation to lazy marketing.
This geotagging process is thought to be one way the brain provides context to memories of events, situations, or experiences.
Intel TXT provides strong hardware authentication and enables a range of advanced high security features including malware/virus prevention, BIOS authentication, hypervisor authentication, geotagging and geofencing.
The latest release also adds export to Google Earth (KML files), GeoTagging and maps improvements, a new License Manager, improved audio and video playback, as well as single sign-on for customers using Active Directory domains.
Second, the aforementioned studies, while focusing explicitly on the geographic dimensions of user-generated content, employ a fairly simple spatial ontology, tied closely to the idea of 'geotagging'.