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  • What are some of the advantages and limitations of geostatistical models in GIS?

    Geostatistical models are a powerful tool for analyzing spatial data in geographic information systems (GIS). They allow you to estimate values of a variable at locations where you do not have measurements, based on the spatial correlation of the data. They also provide measures of uncertainty and accuracy for your predictions. However, geostatistical models also have some limitations that you should be aware of before applying them to your GIS projects. In this article, you will learn about some of the advantages and limitations of geostatistical models in GIS, and how to overcome some of the common challenges.

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  • Unlocking the full potential of mobile laser scanning for infrastructure monitoring

    Exploring the complete potential of mobile laser scanning raises the question of whether the obtained results are sufficiently accurate for deformation monitoring. This article focuses on the geometric quality of mobile laser scanning and proposes a method to enhance it to a level where it can be effectively employed for civil infrastructure monitoring. Read more details under the following link:

  • Call for conference speakers

    In 2024, Geo Week and ASPRS are organizing a single, comprehensive conference program. They are seeking abstracts for presentations on cutting-edge digitization projects, unique applications for lidar, imagery, remote sensing, photogrammetry and other geospatial technologies, and innovative digital workflows for complex built world projects. If you are interested read more under the following the link: