A company in Germany has improved geodata acquisition by improving the JOBO photogrammetry system.
In the image file, GPS will also provide the address (country, city, street) and the closest point of interest. This allows you to look for unique locations, streets, or points of interest without having to tag each image separately. The best aspect is that the JOBO photoGPS operates in almost every country on the planet.Have a look at geotaggingphotos.com for more info on this.
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If you’ve been trying to be secure and tech savvy, you’ve probably learned about these safety situations when it comes to sharing images and details on the internet, such as not taking photos in front of your house that show your house number and not posting photos of team uniforms that make it possible for stalkers to spot you or your kids on the field.
With web users uploading images to blogs and bulletin boards, Craigslist, Facebook, Twitter, and other sites on a daily basis, there’s always the chance that signs or even the name of a bar on a bottle might reveal information about where you live, work, or play. But now it’s even more terrifying. Do you know what geotags are? Did you know that they’re in a lot of new smartphones and cameras? Geotags embed the exact position of a photo, including longitude and latitude. You may not see it, but it is not difficult to locate with a little knowledge. Yes, you could post a picture online and everyone will know your exact location within minutes.