Practical Insights on Google Earth

How Do You Know When You Are Done?

How Do You Know When You Are Done?

Published on: Jul 31 2017 by Catholic Relief Services - Comments Off on How Do You Know When You Are Done?
Here is one of the basic questions for a mass Long Lasting Insecticidal Net distribution campaign, “How do you know when you are done?” Population data...
11 Cost-Effective Uses of Drones in ICT for Agriculture

11 Cost-Effective Uses of Drones in ICT for Agriculture

Published on: Jun 07 2017 by Catholic Relief Services - 1 Comment
In February CRS, in collaboration with NetHope, flew a drone, or Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), over cashew farms in central Benin. Just from a first look at the...
Seamlessly Transfer Data Between Google Earth and Radio Mobile

Seamlessly Transfer Data Between Google Earth and Radio Mobile

Published on: Dec 28 2009 by Wayan Vota - Comments Off on Seamlessly Transfer Data Between Google Earth and Radio Mobile
tweetmeme_source = 'ICT_works'; Share It’s the classic dilemma: Google Earth has the fantastic interface you need to keep track of your GPS data, and high...
Working Offline with Google Earth

Working Offline with Google Earth

Published on: Jul 13 2009 by Wayan Vota - 2 Comments
As we mentioned in our recent post about testing WiFi antennas across the San Francisco Bay, we at Inveneo rely heavily on Google Earth to better understand the...