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  2. سلام نسخه ی آخر برنامه ی Pix4dMapper که در تاپیک زیر رلیز شده رو اگه کسی داره زحمت بکشه برای من بفرسته - ممنون
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  4. Hi bramot Welcome here.... Have you tried osm2pgsql or osm2pgrouting? Pieter
  5. Hey, My quest: I would like to create my own postgis database using Openstreetmap. My problem: None of the OSM/map libraries for python seems to work on windows. My setup: - Windows 7 - Python 2.x / 3.x Anyone here who know how to use any of the libs in windows? Thanks in advance.
  6. Nice brother, you may built it up and test it
  7. urns out WiFi is good for more than just sharing cat GIFs with your friends. Researchers at the Mostofi Lab at UC Santa Barbara have created a system that "sees" inside buildings using two drones and WiFi. To pull this off, the drones are each equipped with WiFi transceivers and fly in tandem outside the target building. One of the UAVs then transmits a WiFi signal while the second one reads the corresponding received power. Throw in a bunch of advanced math and the data is translated into a 3D image of the internals of the building with some impressive results. The Mostofi Lab is no stranger to using radio waves to penetrate walls. In 2010 it published its first demonstration of imaging using WiFi. "However, enabling 3D through-wall imaging of real areas is considerably more challenging due to the considerable increase in the number of unknowns," professor Yasamin Mostofi told UCSB's The Current. This research could help emergency response teams do sweeps of buildings without putting first responders in unnecessary danger. The lab also noted it could be used for archaeological and structural monitoring. source :
  8. For latest private solutions, click here - updated 20th June 2017

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  10. The 2017 Capacity Building Workshop of Satellite Remote Sensing for Southeast Asian Scientists is organized by the Center for Space and Remote Sensing Research, National Central University (CSRSR, NCU), Taiwan. This workshop is officially supported by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan. The purpose of this workshop is to provide a platform for young scientists to learn knowledge and experience hands-on practices. In addition, it is an excellent opportunity to meet internationally well recognized scholars in remote sensing to share their valuable experiences and knowledge with young scientists. Themes Satellite Remote Sensing Infrastructure in Taiwan Satellite Remote Sensing Applications in Asia Integration of Active/Passive Remote Sensing, GNSS and GIS Spatial Information, Sciences and Applications The expenses for each participant will be covered by the workshop Round Trip Airfare: based on Economy Class (According to MOST rule, airfare is subject to change) Accommodation Visa fee ( only when applicable, not covering the travel expenses to and from the Embassy or Consulate for applying a visa or other related documents) The application is open from June 12 to July 7 and the results of acceptance will be announced by July 17 via email Visit for detail information about the workshop
  11. Job Vacancy as Spatial Information Officer for Tasmania Fire Service - based in Launceston. Applications must be submitted by Monday 26 June, 2017 11:55 PM (AEST) Provide GIS and desktop mapping support to assist in planning, preparedness, response and recovery for bushfire risk assessment and strategic fire management planning. Investigate, coordinate, develop, implement and refine operational systems and procedures for data acquisition, data integration, data maintenance and operational response.
  12. What do i need to do with the data to present a map on screen in a website and to be able to interact with it? I want to make a map with my own data stored in postgres, and be able to create polygons and chains of straight lines using mousepointer to send postgis queries back to the server. I want to use Postgres with Postgis, and Python3 using flask. My example: I need the shapes stored in a database (postgres for example) I need a technology to calculate data positions for me (ex. postgis) Then i need something that talks to Postgis (ex. GeoAlchemy2) Then i need a javascript client to show the data? (like QGIS Web Client?) Giving me alternative libs/extensions/apps i can use for my project is a bonus Thanks in advance.
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  14. sorry brothers for late reply. I shall definitely share it by tomorrow.
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  16. How can we able to integrate boundless exchange maps into HTML 5 based applications??
  17. Thanks, Now i was able to draw a circle using spatial filter around a data point, But how to export the data within that radius of circle??
  18. intinya adalah : co-register scenes calculate baselines create interferogram and extract phase information correct for sensor movement, flat earth removal, athmosphere, etc. convert differential phase to absolute phase differences phase unwrapping phase to height conversion correct for absolute elevation, phase jumps, etc. dari SAR menuju ke DEM memang sangat kompleks, tapi bisa dilakukan : toolnya bisa pake buatan ESA untuk bacaan pendukung coba donlot ini : BTW, dicoba dulu aja prosesingnya, nanti kalo ada error ato bingung di stepnya bari posting dimari, okay
  19. Kenapa tidak pakai data SRTM saja Mbak?
  20. bismillah saya mau tanya, adakah yang mengerti cara mengolah data sentinel 1 di snap untuk bisa menghasilkan informasi topografi misal outputnya dsm atau dem? saya biingung bagaimana cara mengolahnya karena keperluan untuk tugas akhir saya terimakasih
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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
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    Land use and land cover change has become a central component in current strategies for managing natural resources and monitoring environmental changes. The advancement in the concept of vegetation mapping has greatly increased research on land use land cover change thus providing an accurate evaluation of the spread and health of the world’s forest, grassland, and agricultural resources has become an important priority. Viewing the Earth from space is now crucial to the understanding of the influence of man’s activities on his natural resource base over time. In situations of rapid and often unrecorded land use change, observations of the earth from space provide objective information of human utilization of the landscape. Over the past years, data from Earth sensing satellites has become vital in mapping the Earth’s features and infrastructures, managing natural resources and studying environmental change. Participants will therefore acquire hands-on skills in use of Geographic Information System (GIS) and Remote Sensing as a tool to capture, store, analyze, manage, and visualize land cover/use change and analysis. WHO SHOULD APPLY? Government workers in land departments, Students, agriculturist, urban and rural planners, environmentalist, professionals working in forest department, professionals working in disaster risk management and humanitarian, M&E expert, Data analyst engineers, Public health practitioners, epidemiologists, exposure scientists, quantitative health geographers, risk assessors, teachers among others. REQUIREMENTS No prior knowledge of GIS is required. Participants will be working on their own laptop with Quantum GIS (QGIS) DURATION 5 Days COURSE OBJECTIVES · To introduce general and advanced GIS and Remote Sensing in land use/ cover changes. · To expose participants to Digital Image Processing with more emphasis on classification. · To demonstrate case study of a selected regions using remote sensing software. · To develop a sound basis for understanding the operation of GIS and Remote Sensing in Land use/cover change
  23. You can actually convert NT into non-NT using GMapTool. First, you split the img file into subfiles, the result would be a GMP format. With the help of THIS TOOL, then you can extract the GMP into five type of subfiles (.LBL, .NET, .NOD, .RGN and .TRE). Recompile those five subfiles into non-NT IMG file with GMapTool (use join tab). Using GPSMapedit you can save the non-NT IMG into polish format. And finally convert it into shapefile either using registered version of GPSMapedit or Global Mapper.
  24. Hi, I could not find to write a query anywhere is the Boundless exchange, I'm using trail version, it is limited to full version by any chance?? And also right click on the spatially filtered data is disabled. Thank you, Sravani.
  25. Web-based GIS and Mapping Course

    Web mapping focuses on disseminating and processing geographic information by means of Internet and World Wide Web. Combination of the web and GIS (Geographic Information Systems) has unlocked the potential of GIS, and put online maps and geospatial intelligence in the offices/homes of millions and the hands of billions. The increasing flexibility and interoperability of web mapping technologies has opened new opportunities for Web Based Mappers. Both non-GIS users and GIS experts can do more now, than ever to share maps over the internet. Web maps can easily deliver up to date information,maps are generated automatically from databases, and they can display information in almost real-time. They don't need to be printed, mastered and distributed. Web GIS has immense applicability to e-government, e-business, e-science, and all aspects of daily life. Government employees can utilize Web GIS to improve public services delivery and boost collaboration across agencies.Regardless of the sector, businesses can use Web GIS to enhance their existing business models and create new ones. Researchers can find new solutions to meet the challenges of the new frontiers. Web GIS has great practical value to our world today and into the future. WHO SHOULD APPLY? Non GIS Users, GIS experts, Cartographers, Geographers, Geoscientist, surveyors, Planners, Database administrator, system administrator, IT expert, software engineers, M&E expert. REQUIREMENTS No prior knowledge of GIS is required. DURATION 10 days LEARNING OBJECTIVES · To understand the importance of web services and to give you some experience making web maps with FOSS and open standards · Acquire skills how to make different types of web map · Understanding spatial databases · Learn how to publish maps online using open source software (Carto DB, fusion Tables, Geoserver). · Able to Read Data from various Data source · Processing spatial data with FOSS · Drawing and querying maps on the server using Web Map Service · Putting layers together with a web mapping API · Learn how to Explore open data, VGI, and crowdsourcing
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    Geographic Information Systems (GIS) involve collecting/capturing, storing, processing, manipulating, analyzing, managing, retrieving and displaying geo-referenced data. Remote sensing is the acquisition of information about an object or phenomenon without making physical contact with the object. Wildlife management requires reliable and consistent information on the abundance, distribution of species and their habitats as well as threats. Therefore, the application of remote sensing (RS) and geographic information system (GIS) in the wildlife management and conservation aids in data collection and analysis of wildlife abundance, their distribution as well as providing data suitable for conservation planning and management. REQUIREMENTS The training is designed for participants who are reasonably proficient in English. DURATION 5 Days COURSE OBJECTIVES · To introduce participants to the principles of GIS and Remote Sensing · To introduce participants to concepts of wildlife management and conservation · To expose participants to data capture, input, manipulation and display by GIS · To introduce participants to GPS/GNSS systems · To explain to the participants GIS database requirement and development for wildlife management and conservation · To introduce participants to the application GIS and Remote Sensing techniques in wildlife management and conservation · To develop sound basis of understanding applications of GIS and RS in Wildlife management and conservation through case studies
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    This training aims to develop the capacity of professionals mainly working in Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Impact and Adaptation to design, manage, evaluate and undertake improvements in people-centered early warning systems for hydro-meteorological & geological hazards and extreme events associated with climate change and variability. It builds upon Indepth Research Services (IRES) experience in building capacities on use of GIS, Remote Sensing and space based technologies in disaster risk management for disaster management institutions, disaster management practitioners and communities. It aims to institutionalize weather and climate information applications for disaster mitigation. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? The course is tailored for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Impact and Adaptation practitioners, development workers, including officials of national and provincial governments, extension officers, defense forces, emergency services, and staff of training institutes, institutions of public administration, national and international NGOs, UN agencies and the private sector. Participants who are responsible for disaster mitigation, preparedness, response, recovery, and disaster management policy will gain the most from the curriculum. COURSE DURATION 5 days TRAINING OBJECTIVES The main objective of the training is to enhance the capacity of participating professionals and institutions, to effectively develop skills in process design of multi-hazard early warning systems, and mitigate the effects of events related to hydro-meteorological and geological phenomena. Upon completion the participants will learn how to: · Undertake risk assessment and design of multi-hazard early warning systems for disaster risk reduction · Effectively integrate scientific and technical inputs into early warning dissemination and communication system · Develop strategies to institutionalize early warning systems into the process cycle of disaster risk management and development planning, emergency response, and preparedness activities · Develop risk communication & communication technologies · Interpret scientific information products into user friendly formats and prepare & communicate tailor made early warning information products · Design and implement community based early warning systems that are people centered · Evaluate and introduce public education and training program for the community based early warning systems · Apply GIS and RS for designing implementations of large scale early warning systems and Participatory GIS skills for community Early Warning Systems · Apply Mobile Data Gathering technologies for rapid assessment and surveys · Apply emerging generation climate prediction technologies for anticipating and managing disaster risks associated with climate change & variability
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