DEM field capture using consumer grade drones is no longer ‘experimental’ – some of the advice from the early research still holds strong though!
As we head out for the summer there are a couple of security issues related to working in SAL that are worth reviewing. Specifically, personal security and passwords 🙂
Do you have the SafeZone App and a password manager on your phone?
Do you know why and how to manage your passwords?
The Verge put out a YouTube video earlier this year that does a good job of explaining the answers to both these questions…
Curious about UAVs or just needing to check up on the current state of play with the technology and legislation? CHOICE has just released a report on Drones and Australian Law and updated their Drone Reviews 🙂 While you need to be a CHOICE… Continue Reading “Droning On…..”
This webtool is in early development, it was lots of fun to play with though. All I need now is access to a 3D printer!
The standard ArcGIS version from 2017 will be ArcGIS 10.4.1. Read the post to find out more about how the upgrade of existing installations will be handled 🙂
Next week in Session Two (Tuesday 19th July) we have Webservices and Basemaps up for discussion. Having data immediately available in ArcMap when you want it is definitely a ‘very good thing‘. However, it can pose some hidden traps for longer research projects if… Continue Reading “saltech02 – webservices & Basemaps in ArcGIS”
The University Information Management and Technology Services (IMTS) is running a Cyber Security Seminar for Students on Wednesday 21st September at 12.30 in Building 20.4 on the Main Campus. If you are interested in learning more about how to protect your identity and personal… Continue Reading “Cyber Security Seminar for Students”