Wednesday, October 14, 2009

GPS photo-mapping software for energy projects

Planning Solutions Inc., a land-use planning company in Honolulu, has deployed GPS-Photo Link photo-mapping software to facilitate site assessment activities related to renewable energy and other development projects in Hawaii.

The Honolulu firm uses the software as a critical component in land-use permitting applications for wind, solar, and wave-energy development projects. Developed by GeoSpatial Experts of Thornton, Colorado, GPS-Photo Link displays photos in their precise geographic locations on digital maps for integration with GIS layers and the generation of documents and reports.

GPS-Photo Link is compatible with any handheld GPS receiver and digital camera. The software also works with the recently introduced models of GPS cameras from Ricoh and Nikon that geotag photos in real time as well as cell phones cameras with geotagging capabilities.


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