Tag Archive: Software

Sep 15 2011

A Tool for Georeferencing Field Photos


One piece of software in our toolbox that gets utilized nearly every time an engineer in our office heads into the field, is GPS-Photo Link. What does this software do that makes it so special? Essentially, it can take your time referenced digital photos (from any camera) and synchronize them with a field GPS tracklog …

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Jul 21 2011

It Slices, It Dices, It…


I have often heard it called the Swiss Army Knife of GIS. I am more of a multi tool fan myself, but whatever analogy you prefer, Global Mapper (GM) packs some useful tools. I stumbled onto GM about a decade ago.  I had to download digital line graph (dlv) data from the USGS to help create …

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Jul 19 2011

Can’t Do Without


Software is such an integral part of my job.  I use somewhere between 10 and 15 different software applications on any given day.  That doesn’t include any of the applications I use on the internet which is becoming more important to my work flow as it becomes more of a tool than just a place …

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