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By Amin Hammad, Hassan A. Karimi

This publication explains the basics and intricacies of telegeoinformatics. The publication is split into 3 elements: Theories and applied sciences; built-in information and applied sciences; and functions. those sections are divided into smaller contributed chapters, every one of which addresses an issue an important to the certainty of telegeoinformatics. This quantity covers the options and applied sciences regarding GIS and geoprocessing, distant sensing, the GPS, and instant structures. It additionally explores the most problems with built-in information and applied sciences in LBC, LBS, mediated truth, and cellular augmented fact structures. the ultimate half discusses functions of telegeoinformatics in emergency reaction, cellular inspection facts assortment, and ITS.

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