“Fiber Inventory for Biomass Utilization” – a project from CBRDI Columbia Basin Rural Development Institute partnered with the SGRC Selkirk Geospatial Research Centre – in this phase accessing wood-waste volume calculations with UAV! Continue reading Wood-Waste Volume Calculation with UAVs – CBRDI CoOp with SGRC Support
More than half the world’s population is now urban. Geographic information and maps are helping city governments become more democratic and participatory.
IT STARTS WITH MAPS: We’ve used maps for hundreds and hundreds of years to understand the earth… Nowadays, everybody is texting and sending geotagged information. We have the speed of the internet, remote sensing satellites, software like Google Earth and that nice lady with a beautiful voice that tell us to turn right… It’s the geospatial revolution! Continue reading GEOSPATIAL REVOLUTION: Maps, its evolution and importance to the world