Optimizing flight-line distance for soil decontamination, application to contaminated Fukushima territories

Optimizing flight-line distance for soil decontamination, application to contaminated Fukushima territories


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IRSN, the French institute for radioprotection and nuclear safety, has been using Geovariances’ software solutions for many years to map radioactive contamination from airborne data. This study, conducted by IRSN and presented at ERPW 2018, demonstrates the influence of the variogram model on the map quality.

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WiFi signal mapping with Kartotrak

How Geovariances tricks its own software Kartotrak for mapping indoor wifi coverage


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Geovariances used Kartotrak.one to map the wifi coverage inside its premises and verify that the transition to a newer wireless networking transmission method has improved the signal across the office and is justified.

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Uncertainty in Depth Conversion: Why should I care?


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New research shows us the role uncertainty in depth conversion, and it can be more relevant than you think. It’s not precisely today’s news. Given the sparse data we have to produce a model several kilometers below the surface, it comes as a given that what we get is different from what is there. Consider […]

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