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22, 2007. 11.50pm.
Mobile GIS with GPS mapping
We used mobile GIS technologies (ESRI ArcPAD and wireless blue tooth GPS) to take some digital videos and high-resolution photos by driving through the Highway 52 and around mission trail regional park (MTRP) on November 12, 2003.
Special thanks to Lloyd (Pete) Coulter for driving the vehicle and taking these digital pictures. Also thanks to John Ryan for introduce the panorama image concepts.
These videos and pictures show where the wildfire stops and the preliminary damage in these area (red shading). The following map was created by using a GPS tracking log data (pink line is showing our vehicle driving path) with the location (blue dot) of high-resolution pictures with panorama 360 degree view. The yellow line is the boundary of mission trail regional park. (Click the blue text to zoom in)
View1: Convoy Street and Highway 52.
View2: Santo Road and Highway 52
View3: North Entry of Mission Trail Regional Park
View 4: Mission Trail Regional Park, Visitor Center
Coming soon. The digital video clips!
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