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Very High Resolution Georeferenced Satellite Image

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High resolution satellite images are of utmost importance in many RS and GIS studies. However high resolution images are not available for free of cost. Hence it is often beyond reach for student and research community. While using google earth images for this purpose, often we end up in accuracy issues while carrying out georeferencing. This tutorial explains a method using Elshayal Smart GIS Application to download already georeferenced Very High Resolution Google Earth Image.

Watch till end to understand how to do it for larger region of interest and also to understand certain disadvantages.

 

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High resolution satellite images are of utmost importance in many RS and GIS studies. However high resolution images are not available for free of cost. Hence it is often beyond reach for student and research community. While using google earth images for this purpose, often we end up in accuracy issues while carrying out georeferencing. This tutorial explains a method using Elshayal Smart GIS Application to download already georeferenced Very High Resolution Google Earth Image.

Watch till end to understand how to do it for larger region of interest and also to understand certain disadvantages.

 

Hi Elshayal!

I use sw and get this error many time:

"*** Google Earth is busy, Please wait and try again later *** "

How to fix it?

Thanks!

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