[HOT] Idle thought time drones
stellargps at gmail.com
Wed May 13 23:22:01 UTC 2015
Good thoughts John,
This is well underway with much hardware and software having been
developed. As with everything, it has challenges. Googling should turn up
tons of info on presion agriculture and crop health.
The cameras, drones and image processing require fairly high technical
knowledge, not likely a crowd activity.
Drones have many other uses and may be useful for reckon/mapping in the
Nepal disaster. They might be useful to augment helicopter reconnaissance
and as a local eye in the sky for ground teams. I have a back pack drone
with an HD camera which can do local inspections for about 20 min. per
battery. Very good for inaccessible areas.
Drones will be our friends unless misuse brings an early demise.
Cheers . . . . . Spring Harrison
Samsung Tab 4
On May 13, 2015 4:00 PM, "john whelan" <jwhelan0112 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I created a grid as a separate data layer using JOSM and saved it to my
> computer. I pull it in when I need it. The grid interval is based on my
> preferred zoom level.
> Tom Taylor
> On 12/05/2015 7:45 AM, miiick at yahoo.com.au wrote:
>> Dear everybody,
>> I am looking for suggestions on how different people ensure that they
>> have looked at the entire contents of a mapping square. e.g. How do you
>> ensure you have looked at the whole square and found all buildings.
>> At the moment I do a lot of panning and zooming and cover a square in a
>> fairly random manner. I would like to have more structured method to
>> ensure I have covered a square. Something like a transparent grid
>> overlay for JOSM. I know that a task can be split and I have done that
>> to a few squares but have also worked on larger squares.
>> I am using JOSM and am able to figure out how to use all of the
>> functions, sometimes I just don't know what function I am looking for.
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