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Ecosynth develops low-cost user-deployed open-source systems for scanning ecosystems in 3D using:

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Automatic image georeferencing

Posted by Gianluca Cantoro on March 1, 2015 at 1:36am 0 Comments

Dear friends,

I have been suggested to write this post to point your attention to a free software i'm being developing for automatic image (and 3d model!!!) georeferencing.

It is called AutoGR-Toolkit and it is based on image matching. It provides thousands of ground control points in seconds.  These points can then be used in ArcGIS or QGIS (for 2D matching) and also in Agisoft Photoscan, VSfm or sfm_georef (for 3D model georeferencing).

It also gives the possibility to…

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Drones from Baltimore to Panama and back!

Posted by Jonathan Dandois on February 27, 2015 at 7:29am 1 Comment

I recently had the chance to meet Maryland Senator Ben Cardin while he and his wife were visiting Panama and STRI.  As a Maryland native with over 10 years in Baltimore and a UMBC alum twice-over I was very excited to get to meet some folks from home and to share about my work at…

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Installing and Starting

Posted by Wes Davidson on February 9, 2015 at 5:45am 2 Comments

Hi All,

I am new to the community and keen to get started.  Unfortunately (or fortunately however you see it) I have got a Macbook air and am a first time user so getting my head around terminal is doing me in.  When I use pip ecosynth it can't find the package.  Any experts able to help?  As a reward once we get started I can add data for South East Queensland Australia....

Thanks

Wes

NEW GEO-SPATIAL PRODUCTS AND VIRTUAL SURVEY TOOLS IN AGRICULTURE

Posted by Walter Volkmann on January 16, 2015 at 1:18pm 0 Comments

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1 Bit Squared - Hand held autonomous copters

Posted by Jonathan Dandois on November 19, 2014 at 7:28am 1 Comment

Check out these cool little hand held copters from 1 Bit Squared that offer GPS-programmed autonomous flight in a tiny little package.  Equipped with a nano-cam, maybe these could provide a great super-portable tool for rapid site mapping.…

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Magic Numbers, Panama Edition.

Posted by Jonathan Dandois on October 10, 2014 at 10:21am 6 Comments

After seeing Thorsten's post I was quite jealous about the flight times he was getting, so I was really excited when we got in a 53 minute flight yesterday with a…

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Magic Numbers (Update II)

Posted by Thorsten on September 3, 2014 at 8:29am 3 Comments

Hi All,

a year ago I posted about the maiden flight of Stephen's concept design for a long endurance hexa. It was fun building it and it was a reliable system with flight times of up to 35…

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An Overview of Ecosynth's Web Resources

Posted by Will Bierbower on August 28, 2014 at 5:30pm 5 Comments

Over time, Ecosynth has established several web resources related to its mission of developing tools to measure vegetation in three-dimensions. With today's advent of the EcosynthData data-sharing site, now may be a good time to inventory Ecosynth's currently available web resources that people may…

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