Monthly Archives: September 2015
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Working with the City of Ulaanbaatar, The Asia Foundation collected high-quality imagery and elevation data for the city using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and earth-imaging satellites. These high-resolution images were used to create detailed maps complete with elevation data; labeled neighborhoods, roads, buildings, landmarks, and other features.
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This Infrastructure-themed GeoSpatial Stream broadcast discusses U.S. federal government action to accelerate infrastructure projects; ground-penetrating radar featured in Informed Infrastructure magazine; industry news from Autodesk, Topcon Positioning Group, Esri, 3D Laser Mapping and RIEGL; a video showing how UAVs are being used to map Mongolian infrastructure; and more.
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This European-themed GeoSpatial Stream broadcast discusses the INTERGEO conference in Stuttgart, Germany; a market report on the European Earth-observation industry; EU flood-disaster simulations using UAS technology; an OGC smart city pilot project; industry news from Surrey Satellite Technology, Euroconsult, PCI Geomatics, Applanix and Intergraph; and more.
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The V1 Video team interviewed Stuart Blundell, director of business development and strategy for Harris Geospatial Solutions, at the company’s ENVI Analytics Symposium in Boulder, Colo. The interview touched on the company’s analytical toolset, the need and opportunity to grow the market for advanced analytics, and the extension of their toolset to the cloud.
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This GeoSpatial Stream broadcast discusses ocean monitoring by the European Commission's NeXOS project; ocean-habitat monitoring off of Costa Rica, with the help of DigitalGlobe satellite imagery; a new official height for Denali Mountain; industry news from Trimble, Spatial Dimension, TerraGo, Esri, FlightAware and SimActive; a video from the EPA; and more.
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EPA's Airborne Spectral Photometric Environmental Collection Technology (ASPECT) provides infrared and photographic images with geospatial, chemical and radiological information within minutes to the first responder.
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The V1 Video team interviewed Fred C. Collins, Ph.D., Distinguished Engineer and Bluemix Evangelist at IBM, at the ENVI Analytics Symposium in Boulder, Colo. Bluemix is the company’s platform-as-a-service that supports geospatial as a key component of the architecture. We spoke about the growing awareness and reliance on geospatial capabilities for data management and analysis, and the flexibility of the Bluemix cloud-based tools that can be extended with hundreds of services.