Tag: Earth Imaging

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8_13 Earth Imaging Broadcast (Toxic Phytoplankton, Climate Change and More)

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This GeoSpatial Stream broadcast discusses the massive phytoplankton blooms along both U.S. coasts and the damage they are doing; NOAA reporting record high temperatures across the globe; NASA's CubeSat Launch Initiative; industry news from Bluesky Esri, ESA, Airbus and Harris Corp.; thoughts on toxic phytoplankton and climate change; and more.

8_14 Remote-Sensing Broadcast (WorldView-3 Launch, NASA Satellites and More)

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This remote-sensing themed GeoSpatial Stream broadcast discusses the launch of DigitalGlobe's WorldView-3 satellite and its implications; NASA's carbon dioxide- and weather-monitoring satellites; an award for NGA Director Letitia Long; industry news from Esri and CartoDB; the Center for Satellite-Based Crisis Information; and more.

GEO Looking to Increase Partnerships with the Private Sector

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Matt Ball interviews Barbara Ryan, Director, Group on Earth Observations (GEO) Secretariat, at the 2014 Esri User Conference in San Diego. Ryan discusses her role at GEO; a key meeting in Geneva, Switzerland; the next 10 years at the organization; and its growth in partnering with the private sector.

7_1 Drones Broadcast (SPOT 7, Minerals Cadastre and More)

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This GeoSpatial Stream broadcast discusses the banning of drones from U.S. National Parks; the launch of SPOT 7; a Tanzanian effort to improve its mining cadastre; the first private Russian remote-sensing satellite; industry news from IMAGINiT Technologies, GeoVille, CartoDB, Esri and Boundless; an article in Sensors & Systems; and more.

6_12 HxGN LIVE Broadcast (Conference Recap, NASA News and More)

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This GeoSpatial Stream broadcast includes a recap of the recent HxGN LIVE conference in Las Vegas, and discusses NASA's upcoming carbon dioxide satellite; a deadly and massive Colorado mudslide; industry news from Skybox Imaging and Google, Sokkia, and Esri; Google's Tango Project; and more.

6_2 GPS Broadcast (Topo Maps, Napoleon, HxGN LIVE, More)

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This GeoSpatial Stream broadcast includes a tribute to the "founder of GPS," Roger Easton, and discusses new USGS Topo maps; cloud computing frameworks; a book featuring the famous Minard Map of Napoleon's Russian Campaign of 1812; BlackBridge financing; World Cup Stadium images from Airbus; and an upcoming trip to HxGN LIVE in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Letitia Long (Director, NGA) Keynote at 30th Space Symposium

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Letitia A. Long, Director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), delivered an important and powerful keynote address at the 30th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colo., on May 20, 2014. Topics include the future of space programs and the space industry, their roles in intelligence, the changing nature of worldwide threats, and how space-based platforms can help predict new challenges.

5_22 Remote-Sensing Broadcast (Space Symposium, WorldView-3 and More)

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This GeoSpatial Stream broadcast covers a variety of remote-sensing topics, such as the recent Space Symposium in Colorado; a preview of DigitalGlobe's WorldView-3 satellite; a special report on micro-satellites; industry news from Airbus Defence and Space, BAE Systems, Teledyne, and NASA; and more.

Mike Tully Interview (Aerial Services Inc.)

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Matt Ball interviews Mike Tully, President and CEO, Aerial Services Inc., at SPAR International in Colorado Springs, Colo. They discuss remote sensing and airborne LiDAR in a variety of industries, sensor diversity, streamlining data delivery, and industry disruption due to unmanned aerial systems.

Alistair Stuart, Leica Geosystems, Interview

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Matt Ball interviews Alistair Stuart, sales of Airborne Sensors, Leica Geosystems. They discuss Leica's recent purchase of Aibotix and its Aibot X6 hexacopter. Stuart discusses the advantages of the UAS compared to other imagery vehicles in terms of cost, safety and portability.