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  2. lucky you geot7 1. because the purpose of Gatewing X100 is for remote sensing, I think not a problem you use anykind of drone software IMHO include software or not, its depend on the previous buyer i think, what kind of packages he/she bought 2. there are some requirement for using camera I think, in general, the weight of the camera and holder compatibility, and interface maybe, you should check on the manual for this
  3. Hello folks, here we are in 2017! And Ive just had an offer to buy a Gatewing X100 brand NEW for dirty cheap (seller got in an auction, does not understand what it is). Now that we are "living the dream" with so many drone options, does it still make sense to buy one for a couple thousand? I'm mostly worried about: 1. Software (does it come with it? can I use modern mission planners such as DroneDeploy? and process imagens using Pix4D or Photoscan?) 2. Will I be able to fly other (more modern) cameras? How does this work? Any other insight is welcome XD cheers
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  5. Pls share your result, regards
  6. Hi, I exported excel data to the boundless exchange and I created a map using layers. Now, I need two filters one for regions and other for facility type. If I select both the filters, that filtered data must be able to project on the map. Is it possible to do on maps???
  7. OP share your finished result for others to see as well.
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  10. I am back . Need access to software section. Will be regular Thanks a lot.
  11. Hi, I exported excel data to the boundless exchange and i created a map using layers. Now, i need two filters one for regions and other for facility type. If i select both the filters, that filtered data must be able to project on the map. Is it possible to do on maps???
  12. @vani 1. You mean overlaying? 2. yes, if they have the same projection. 3. Sieve mapping is another way of merging different layers of map. 4. Can you be more specific?
  13. Hi, Can we merge two layers or maps???
  14. GIS for Economics and business

    Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and mapping has been deployed by many diverse organizations throughout the public and private sectors. Many government and nonprofit organizations are using GIS to add value within the public sector. While these organizations are more open and public about disclosing their GIS activities because of the nature of the environment that they operate in, companies in the private sector are less forthcoming with information about their technology systems because of fears that their competitors may copy their technology systems, and thus the company will lose a competitive advantage that makes them better than their competitors. This course provides hands-on skill of how companies can integrate GIS technology to improve strategic business decision making. These areas of application includes: Marketing, Transportation/Logistics, Real Estate, Financial Services and Insurance. OBJECTIVES Understand the principles and concepts of GIS in business and economic Acquire hands-on skill on how to integrate GIS in key business decision making Understand spatial data collection using mobile phones Understand to visualize business and economics data To understand how to design and publish maps on the web Understand spatial data analysis skills Acquire cartographic skills in map making
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    The main purpose of the course is to enhance the capabilities of technical staff involved in Food Security Analysis, climate analysis and agriculture by providing them with an understanding on the use of spatial and Earth Observation (EO) information as a tool to integrate knowledge about climate change, agriculture, and food security in a meaningful and innovative way. DURATION 5 Days COURSE OBJECTIVES By completing this course, participants will be able to: Understand the basic concepts of GIS and Remote Sensing Understand concepts and main frameworks in Food Security Analysis Understand concepts and main frameworks in Climate Change Analysis Understand concepts and main frameworks in Agriculture Understand the relationship between climate change, agriculture and food security Apply GIS and Remote Sensing as Decision support tool for Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS). Use GIS information in planning FS interventions through spatial multi-criteria analysis Assess spatial data availability and understand the importance of spatial data infrastructure (SDI), for data sharing by organizations involved in CCAFS Apply GIS and RS for designing implementations of large scale early warning systems Use participatory GIS (PGIS) tools during assessments at community level Apply remote sensing data and image processing techniques to monitor select CCAFS indicators Use mobile phones to gather data during field assessments/surveys Design and implement their own GIS projects that integrate remote sensing data and GPS-based field information
  16. Use of GIS and Remote Sensing in Disaster Risk Management

    Disaster risk information is spatial in nature and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) play an important role in disaster risk management. Rapid population growth and urbanization combined with extreme climatic events are causing a rapid increase in vulnerability of communities exposed to hazardous events. Natural disasters inflict severe damage on almost the entire spectrum of social and natural habitats, ranging from housing and shelter, water, food, health, sanitation, and waste management to information and communication networks, supply of power and energy, and transportation infrastructure. There is a great need to utilize disaster risk information in planning for effective coping mechanisms of disaster risk reduction. For this, there is a significant need to create awareness among the disaster management professionals regarding the importance of GIS and Remote Sensing. This course is job oriented and aims to impact practical skills on how to use GIS and RS ,to overcome the major challenges faced in ,pre-disasters during disaster and post-disaster management such as during early warning, hazard, vulnerability and risk assessment, damage assessment, as well as in the design of risk reduction measures. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the course, the participants will be able to: Describe and utilize spatial data, GIS and remote sensing in disaster risk assessment and management Utilize existing sources of historical disaster information and elements at risk data Apply GIS/remote sensing in hazard, vulnerability and risk assessment Employ risk information in emergency preparedness planning Visualize hazard and risk information Apply GIS/remote sensing to post-disaster damage assessment
  17. Try Mapbox. Mapbox will let you build your map from scratch and manage the resources at your will. Mapbox is not free, for that you'll need something like Mapserver.
  18. Thanks @jonah
  19. Have you tried Open street map. Some of your questions will be answered there. regards jonah
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  21. Hi intertronic,


    Do you still have the modified socet_start.bat that yamahadrums posted when releasing socet set 5.3,




  22. Selamat sore master, adakah yang mempunyai MapTiler Pro beserta cracknya... atau link downloadnya. kl ada bolehkah berbagi.. terima kasih
  23. Hi yamahadrums

    I installed Socet set 5.3 on windows 7 64bit SP1, on one computer it worked on another one it wouldn't start,

    Can you please reupload your modified Bat file




  24. Hi guys. I'm newbie here in the forum and hopefully I'm posting it in the right section. Well, I am developing a map of a city to serve a tourist guide in a hostel. I've encountered a few issues while doing it, specially because i've never done it before. I must be able to choose and insert in my map only touristic spots I find to be relevant for the guests in my hostel and that is why the maps provided by Openstreetmap and Google maps are not worth to me, they are always provided with a lot of irrelevant spots. What I basically need is: a) an online service or software that will allow me to start mapping from sketch in a map clean from all touristic spots and containing only the basic info of a map as names of streets and neighborhoods. b)) the service or software should be able to locate all the spots that I have chosen to my map and then add these spots connecting one to another by the proper streets. c) I should be able to download the map in a vector format or in any other format that could be converted to a vector afterwards. Any help will be of great value, thanks so much! Appreciate it !
  25. The full version of community, pro and essential is now available.
  26. A "cloud" falls from infinite space. Then, in the crust of the planet, as in the depths of the primitive oceans, could be observed the existence of a viscous element that covered the whole Earth. With this gelatinous mass, protoplasm was born. This matter, amorphous and viscous, with its condensation gave origin to the birth of the nucleus. The earliest inhabitants of Earth are albuminoid cells, amoebae, and all unicellular organisms that have multiplied in the warm waters of the oceans. These beings only reveal a sense: of touch, which gave rise to all others.
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    With information society, creation, distribution, integration and manipulation of information has become a significant economic, political, and cultural activity. It’s a known fact that information is processed from facts and figures; we also agree that if data is not well managed it can be overwhelming. Giving a spatial dimension to data and performing spatial analysis in a GIS environment speeds interpretation visualization which eventually speeds up implementation of programs. To make timely decisions requires not only innovative ways to access accurate and real time information, but also tools to help present the information in ways that are useful .Integrating GIS and Remote Sensing as a decision making tool has seen many organizations gain competitive advantage and remain relevant globally. Everything that happens in this world has a spatial dimension and this has made GIS applicable across all fields e.g. in health, agriculture, forestry, mining, crime, business, transport and communications, utility management, climate change, planning etc. A geographic information system (GIS) will allow you to bring all types of data inform of layers, overlay them to perform analysis and eventually publish a map from that. This training workshop is aimed at helping our client understand how well they can apply GIS and RS in their day to day running of their organization. The course will be offered in a mixture of lectures, demonstrations and hands-on exercises in Quantum GIS (QGIS). WHO SHOULD APPLY? Government, Environment, Data analysis, Retailing, Fleet management, Marketing,Property development, Emergency response ,Transport, Military defense,Healthcare,Oil and gas, Agriculture, mining, disaster risk management Forestry, M&E ,WASH, Engineers, TelecommunicationsUtilities, geographers, teachers, journalists, students e.t.c REQUIREMENTS No prior knowledge of GIS is required. Participants will be working on their own laptop with Quantum GIS (QGIS). LEARNING OBJECTIVES Master the principles and concepts of GIS and RS Acquire, manipulate, save the data sources in a GIS Understand how GIS database works and how to update Lear how to edit data in GIS Learn digital image processing techniques Become familiar with specific functionality to the GIS: "Spatial Analysis" Learn map design ,symbolization and publishing Mastering the output and dissemination of results of a GIS project. Develop and implement a GIS project Present the software and data sources available on the current GIS market Discover and use the internet for publishing maps
  28. Hi Georgeina, The data products that I was referring to in my post are only related to Landsat ordered through the ESPA interface. ESPA provides the raw digital number (DN) along with a variety of higher level scientific products such as surface reflectance (SR), spectral indices (e.g., NDVI), Fmask (cloud and shadow), etc. The spectral reflectance product has undergone radiance conversion and atmospheric correction using a physical based first principles radiative transfer model, namely 6S. LEDAPS is applied to Landsat 4,5, and 7 and a similar algorithm (SR8) is applied to Landsat 8. The purpose of ESPA is bypass all of the manual digital image processing that an analyst would otherwise have to undertake themselves (geometric, radiometric, atmospheric correction) so you can focus on the analysis. In other words, ESPA provides research ready products. With regard to your work, are you just conducting an analysis, or do you want to learn these techniques yourself? It is good to know the fundamentals behind image pre-processing and the best way to learn is to conduct the work yourself. Is Erdas your primary image processing software or do you use ENVI, or other?
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