UK – based Bluesky is reporting impressive results from their use of smart phones to collect and calibrate video footage which is then converted to highly accurate 3D information. During the project, Bluesky tested a number of hardware, software and … Continue reading
Over the last few years, technologies like the Internet of Things, autonomous vehicles, and sensors are capturing information that has never been captured before, creating entirely new avenues for geospatial data collection. With self-driving cars and smart city initiatives becoming more of a reality, it will be imperative to understand how all the location information […]
The post The Challenges Facing Open Source GIS in 2018 and Boundless’ Plans for the Year appeared first on Geoawesomeness.
Consulting firm Navigant Research recently released a report ranking the automobile vendors automated driving systems. As you can see there are some surprising results. Given their resources you might expect Ford, Daimler, VW and GM to be near the top, … Continue reading
Before the games begun, meteorologists had predicted that 2018 Winter Olympics could be the coldest in the history of the games. They weren’t wrong. It is so cold in Pyeongchang, South Korea, that events are getting delayed, spectators are leaving midway, and even the most experienced athletes have been left fazed. But while the frigid […]