Both Google and Apple keep updating their map apps periodically with fancy new features. From remembering where our car is parked to packing in a punch of indoor mapping capabilities, they have been there, done that. But what’s the most basic thing users require from a map? That it should be able to tell them […]
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Ever wonder if you are using a new term, such as structure from motion (SfM) correctly? Well if it has to do with remote sensing or photogrammetry then you are in luck. Photogrammetric Terminology – Third Addition is an official document … Continue reading