Mapping and the Citizen Sensor
by Giles Foody, et al.
Publisher: Ubiquity Press 2017
Number of pages: 400
Mapping activities have benefited greatly from recent advances in geoinformation technologies. The proliferation of inexpensive and highly mobile and location aware devices together with Web 2.0 technology have fostered the emergence of the citizen as a source of data. This book reports on some of the key issues connected with the use of citizen sensors in mapping.
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