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I know this is an old post, but it showed up on Google for something I was looking for, so I thought I'd post my solution. I don't see this as a 2D curve fitting exercise, but rather a 3D one. By considering the data as 3D we can ensure that the curves never cross one another, and can use information from other contours to improve our estimate for the ...


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There is a good OSGeo Wiki page on mobile GIS options describing the functionality of each software. As far as I can tell, gvSIG Mobile is well developed for a range of mobile devices, including Windows Mobile versions 5 & 6.


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We have written a mobile geospatial data collection and audit app, that works on any browser enabled device (any device as long as it can enable GPS). It is not open source, but is free ,up to a point, and you can do whatever you want with it. The app is an engine you employ to design your own mobile collection routine. If you are collecting points, you ...


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No, do not load the imagery into PostGIS. You want to load the image catalogue into PostGIS and use the JDBC image mosaicking support in GeoServer to read the mosaics using the database catalogue. That was you can easily update which images participate in your mosaics via the catalogue in the database, while not incurring the performance penalties of storing ...


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I have been using three different programs for that: AirPhotoSE, VSfm and OpenDroneMap. All of them are easy to work, specially if default values give good results for your pictures. AirPhotoSE is the slowest one (it is an old project that it is not active yet), but it works well and gives good results, both for orthophotos and point-clouds (and even ...


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take a look at this page http://gistack.rozblog.com/post/32/qa_cloudmask_ports.html at the bottom of this page you can download an erdas imagine model it takes landsat8 QA band and replace cloud pixel values with 0


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While I haven't used OpenShift for anything practical, reading from their site I can see that it is a cloud based version of the RedHat Linux distribution. I therefore conclude that the normal installation guide of Open Geo Suite for Red Hat Linux should be followed. Link here - ...



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