Drone mapping is a method of creating 2D or 3D maps of an area using data collected by a drone equipped with a camera or a sensor. Drone mapping can be done using two technologies: photogrammetry or LiDAR.
Contour mapping is a method of showing the shape and elevation of a land surface using lines of equal values. These lines are called contour lines or isolines. Contour mapping can be done using various data sources, such as aerial photos, satellite images, GPS measurements, or LiDAR scans
Geotagging is a form of geospatial metadata that can help users find location-specific information or media The information usually consists of latitude and longitude coordinates, but may also include altitude, bearing, distance, accuracy data, place names, or time stamps.
Research projects are academic, scientific, or professional undertakings to answer a research question. Research projects can take many forms, such as qualitative or quantitative, descriptive, longitudinal, experimental, or correlational.
Forest mapping can provide information on various aspects of forests, such as forest cover, forest type, forest change, forest biomass, forest fire, forest biodiversity, and forest management
Converting geographic data from a map, image, or other source into a digital format that can be stored, processed, and displayed by a GIS software. Digitization in GIS can involve tracing features from a scanned map or image and assigning them coordinates and attributes.
Use of geographic information systems (GIS) for urban planning and management. GIS can help with various aspects of urban development, such as land use, zoning, infrastructure, transportation, environment, housing, etc.
Educational maps are maps that are designed for teaching and learning purposes. Educational maps can cover various topics, such as geography, history, culture, science, etc. Educational maps can also use different formats, such as physical maps, political maps, thematic maps, interactive maps, etc
creating maps of property boundaries, ownership, and tax information using various data sources, such as aerial photos, satellite images, field surveys, or LiDAR scans. Property mapping can help with land administration, valuation, taxation, and planning.