GIM November 2017

GIM November 2017

Reality models, or digital twins, are a major pillar of the smart city concept. Street level imagery plays an important role in managing cities, and as there are many interesting developments going on in mobile mapping technolgy, we have interviewed Frank Pauli, CEO of one of the pioneers in the sector. You will find the interview on page 12.

This issue contains the following articles:

  • Pioneers in Capturing Public Space 
  • OBIA and Point Clouds 
  • Low-cost UAS Photogrammetry in Ukraine
  • Effective Use of Geospatial Big Data 

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