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Kalai Selvan

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Hi!!!

First sample for real time mapping, as per my previous announcement.
This map was created by extracting gps data, georeferencing image as per the real time co-ordinate and mapped,
its an accurate data with, i have been succcesful.

Wow..any comments on this would be great.

GISGURU

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Hi!!!

First sample for real time mapping, as per my previous announcement.
This map was created by extracting gps data, georeferencing image as per the real time co-ordinate and mapped,
its an accurate data with, i have been succcesful.

Wow..any comments on this would be great.

GISGURU


(Looks like you're using Manifold . . . .)

I'm not quite sure what you mean by real time mapping - perhaps it's different from my understanding (mapping data as it comes in, updating it automatically every few seconds or so). From looking at the maps I'm also unclear as to what you are mapping. What do the different coloured lines mean?

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Hi!!!

First sample for real time mapping, as per my previous announcement.
This map was created by extracting gps data, georeferencing image as per the real time co-ordinate and mapped,
its an accurate data with, i have been succcesful.

Wow..any comments on this would be great.

GISGURU


(Looks like you're using Manifold . . . .)

I'm not quite sure what you mean by real time mapping - perhaps it's different from my understanding (mapping data as it comes in, updating it automatically every few seconds or so). From looking at the maps I'm also unclear as to what you are mapping. What do the different coloured lines mean?


I am using microstation for my mapping.
I have mdl application specifically designed to do this task.I fix up a gps device in a vehicle, and download the x,y co-ordinates for every hour, that means for every hour where ever the vehicle goes, the distance covered by the vehicle is stored in the device, i download the data and start mapping with a help of a backdrop image. The colors are to differentiate different types of road, Ex.Highway, street roads etc.
Hope that answers your ?

Cheers!!!!
GISGURU

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Are the images scanned? I'm seeing alot of small pixels.

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Are the images scanned? I'm seeing alot of small pixels.


Yep its a scanned image for reference sake.

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I'm seeing alot of small pixels.


Actually, for some reason, whenever I look at my screen, all I see are small pixels. Really annoying.

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Same here Hugo. WTF? :D

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I think you guys are just getting pixellated from drinking ... I mean reading ... the Bourbon map. :P
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I think you guys are just getting pixellated from drinking ... I mean reading ... the Bourbon map. :P


So is getting pixellated the cartographers version of getting hammered?

Works for me :lol:
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