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Title : GIS & REMOTE SENSING
Company : SGS Infotech
Date : 13-Jan-2014
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CADASTRAL MAPPING OBJECTIVES * Computerization of land records * Digitsation of cadastral maps * Web hosting
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acquisition and near real-time processing. The system’s unique capabilities include wide field-of-view coverage, high throughput and sensitivity with interchangeable optics for selectable field of view from any predefined geometry. The data acquisition component is optimized for continuous operation and is integrated with the Adaptive Spectral Processing and Identification System (ASPISTM). ASPISTM is an automated near real- time processing system for unsupervised spectral demixing, terrain categorization, species identification and data compression. The sensor system is compact, lightweight and has low power consumption (see Figure - salah - Report As Inappropriate

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