As a substitute for this manual process and its inherent potential errors, this paper proposes an efficient, fully-automated solution for massively asymmetric image-to-vector georeferencing whereby an image of a relatively small geographic area is automatically located relative to a substantially larger vector map base.
What does VMAP stand for?
VMAP stands for Vector Map
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Ulmon's own vector maps technology on top of openstreetmap data (the rising star in the battle for maps) delivers detailed maps on highest zoom levels while taking up very little memory on the device.
The first thing that should be taken into consideration when using ortho-photo images for creating a vector map is the year of the recording.
He compiled the results, made from hundreds of Cassini images, into a near-global wind vector map of Jupiter's atmosphere.
A coarse version of the vector map is first sent to a client (see Figure 1), and the client can manipulate with the data at a low resolution.
With vector maps provided by TeleAtlas and Navteq, Nokia Maps now has maps covering over 200 countries, with over 70 of them navigable.
The mapping features also allow for horizontal and vertical panning, and support standard and vector maps enabling users to zoom and drill-down to view the location in a specific area of a building.
After a series of cross-correlation calculations by the PIV software, a velocity vector map is produced in a display of green arrows of various lengths, illustrating the direction and magnitude of airflow.