Information technology and geoinformation development

Traditional approaches used for geoinformation acquisition, processing, and storage have been revolutionized over the past few decades due to rapid development in information and communication technologies. Traditionally, field data was collected in the field and processed by hand or with the assistance of a calculator and presented mainly as manually drawn maps or plans. Aerial surveys were mostly performed by analogue aerial cameras. Analogue photogrammetric plotters and mirror stereoscopes were the main operational equipment for mapping the earth’s surface and the produced maps mainly presented in a paper form.

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Source ШУА-ийн ИХ-ийн Эрдэм Шинжилгээний Бүтээл №6
Author Ganzorig, M. and Amarsaikhan, D
Maintainer E.Jargaldalai
Version 2004
Last Updated November 29, 2019, 04:56 (UTC)
Created November 29, 2019, 04:56 (UTC)