Mobile mapping is a technique used to collect geographic data using a variety of sensors mounted on mobile platforms, such as cars, boats or airplanes.
This data is used to create digital maps and other geographic information products, which can be used for a wide range of applications, such as navigation, urban planning, and environmental analysis. Mobile mapping systems typically include a combination of sensors, such as cameras, lidar, and GNSS receivers, which are used to capture data about the environment as the mobile platform moves through it.
The data collected by these sensors is then processed using Smart Delta’s software to create accurate and detailed digital maps.You can make decisions about which assets to buy, sell, or hold, and they may also provide investment advice and recommendations to clients.
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