Geomatics World January/February 2019

In this issue, Andrew Coote sets the scene for AI and how it applies to geomatics; Owen Hawkins from Earth-i explains how AI can extract information from satellite imagery and be used for a variety of projects; Isabel Sargent and her team describe how AI has been developed to meet customer needs; Jonathan Iliffe explains the rationale for the development of a new MSc at University College London; and we have an interview with Ruth Adams who tells us about her new role at The Survey School.

Also, Lynn Radford and Wim van Wegen report from INTERGEO 2018 on the questions that may have crossed the minds of visitors; Ian Dowman reports from the Commercial UAV Show 2018 and looks at how AI is being used in UAVs; and Richard Groom gives a taste of what was on offer over the two days at Digital Construction Week 2018.

Plus, all the regular news & columns!

What is GeoAI and Why Should I Care?

Page 16:  What is GeoAI and Why Should I Care? - Andrew Coote sets the scene for Artificial Intelligence and how it applies to geomatics today. Read now

Artificial Intelligence and Satellite Imaging

Clouds can be identifiedPage 18:  Artificial Intelligence and Satellite Imaging - Owen Hawkins from Earth-i explains how AI can extract information from satellite imagery and be used for a variety of projects. Read now.

Machine Learning for Inference and Discovery using Imagery

Stephen BoothPage 20:  Machine Learning for Inference and Discovery using Imagery - Isabel Sargent and her team describe how AI has been developed to meet customer needs. Read now.

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