Some time ago the construction manager on my current project told me about some software that would automatically geotag photographs by matching their date/time with a GPS track. He used to work for BHP Billiton, so the software was hideously expensive.
Experience has taught me that there are free versions of most clever or useful software. In this case it is called GeoSetter and it is really quite good (maybe a few issues with the interface, but nothing I can’t live with). Continue reading “Helicopter, photos, GPS, geotags and a copper mine”