EXHIBITION STAND DESIGN & SETUP FOR TRADE-SHOWS-FOR-CARTOGRAPHERS
Pixelmate Exhibits & Designs caters to the cartographers industry in the trade fair and stand setup we have unique designs for this industry and we cater to them and provide all kind of support and solution required to make them stand out of the clutter, we cater not only to the fortune 500 but to the start ups and small and medium enterprise.
Cartographer industry companies can avail Pixelmate Exhibits & Design service by writing to them at firstname.lastname@example.org or logging on to their website www.pixelmateindia.com.
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Cartography is the practice and study of map production. Combining aesthetics, science, and technique, cartography is based on the principle that reality can be shaped in ways that transmit spatial information successfully.
The centre of map making industry has been Cartography for the longest time. This enables contemporary day maps even more well-organized in terms of precision. Cartographers have served diligently over the years to making sure that map making is virtually perfect. A contemporary day map is produce in such a manner that it allows for excellent accuracy and legibility. This is not always the case as the map making and print industry has really evolved hand in hand to their present form.
Contemporary cartography constitutes many practical and theoretical foundations of geographical information system.
In cartography, modern technology is constantly changing to meet the requirements of new generations of map users and mapmakers. The first maps were constructed manually with parchment and brushes; thus, they differ in quality and were limited in distribution. With the advent of magnetic devices such as the magnetic storage devices, and compass, enable the production of far more precise maps and the ability to manipulate and store them digitally.
Advances in mechanical devices such as quadrant, vernier, and printing, enable the mass production of maps and the ability to accurately reproduce maps from more accurate data. Optical technologies, such as the sextant, telescope, and other devices that use the telescopes, allowed the precise study of the land and the ability of navigator and mapmakers to finding their latitude by measuring the sun at noon or angles on the North Star at night. Development in photochemical technology, such as photochemical process and lithographic, have enabled the production of maps that do not distort the shape and resist wear and moisture and have fine details,. It also eliminates the need for engraving which further reduced the time required to produce and reproduce maps.The fundamental issue of traditional cartography are to;Set the agenda of the map and select the traits to be mapped. This is a task map editing. Trait may be physical, such as land or road, or may be abstract, such as political boundaries and toponyms and Remove the features of the mapped object that are not relevant for the map’s purpose.
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