Oceans In Hot Water  

Adding to the grim list of record ice losses, record air temperatures and record droughts, which have all hit the headlines recently, the temperature of the surface waters of our oceans is also at an all-time high.

Plumes from Popocatépetl Volcano 

Popocatépetl is one of Mexico’s most active volcanoes. During the mountain’s current period of eruption, ongoing since 2005, volcanic emissions frequently billow from its summit crater.

Curious Tracks Across an Icy Fjord 

Greenland lacks an obvious human fingerprint when viewed from space. Instead of sprawling cities or geometrically organized agriculture, an enormous ice sheet spans much of the island. But there is a fjord along the island’s southern perimeter where seasonal ice has temporarily revealed the presence of people. 

Belize Coral Reef Risk

Using two decades of NASA satellite measurements stored in the cloud, scientists recently assessed the vulnerability of Belize’s renowned coral reefs to bleaching and collapse.

Lava and Snow in Hawai’i 

An astronaut aboard the International Space Station (ISS) photographed the island of Hawai’i and its snowcapped volcanoes Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea.


Algae in the Andes 

Algae in the Andes 

The Operational Land Imager (OLI) on the Landsat 8 satellite captured this image of an algal bloom on Lake Villarrica in Chile on May 2, 2023. Ground-based observations and analysis of additional satellite images suggest that cyanobacteria make up the light blue-green swirls in the natural-color image. 

Trailblazing Aeolus Mission Winding Down 

Trailblazing Aeolus Mission Winding Down 

On April 30, 2023, all nominal operations of Aeolus, the first mission to observe Earth’s wind profiles on a global scale, will conclude in preparation for a series of end-of-life activities. 

Silhouette of a Solomon Island 

Silhouette of a Solomon Island 

Rennell Island is part of the Solomon Islands, a nation in the western Pacific Ocean located northeast of Australia and east of Papua New Guinea. Rennell, also known as Mu Nggava Island, lies 210 kilometers (130 miles) south of Guadalcanal—the nation’s main island. 

Joint NASA, CNES Water-Tracking Satellite Reveals First Stunning Views 

Joint NASA, CNES Water-Tracking Satellite Reveals First Stunning Views 

The international Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) mission–led by NASA and the French space agency Centre National d’Études Spatiales (CNES)–sent back some of its first glimpses of water on the planet’s surface, showing ocean currents like the Gulf Stream in unprecedented detail.


NV5 Awarded $13 Million Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency Contracts

HOLLYWOOD, Fla.- NV5 Global, Inc. (the “Company” or “NV5”) (Nasdaq: NVEE), a provider of technology, conformity assessment, and consulting solutions, announced today that it has been awarded $13 million in clean energy and energy efficiency contracts by government...

Juniper Systems, Inc. celebrates its 30th anniversary

30 years of providing mobile workers with hassle-free data collection equipment Logan, UT – Juniper Systems is excited to be celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2023. 30 years of serving our partners and customers with the best rugged data collection devices,...


RIEGL expands Test Aircraft Fleet with a new DA62 SurveyStar

The increased development and production expansion of RIEGL's range of high-end airborne laser scanners means that it is now also appropriate to expand and modernize the RIEGL test aircraft fleet. In cooperation with Diamond Aircraft...

Trimble Advances Reality Capture with the New X9 3D Laser Scanner

WESTMINSTER, Colo., May 23, 2023—Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) announced today the Trimble® X9 3D laser scanning system, a new versatile reality capture solution for surveying, construction and engineering professionals. The X9 is built on Trimble’s proven laser scanning...

Streamlined Data Compliance with 1Data Gateway

Cambridge, UK (www.1spatial.com) 1Spatial, the global provider of geospatial software and solutions for improved data governance, are pleased to announce improvements to their data submission portal, 1Data Gateway. The two latest releases further simplify data...

Maptek VisionV2X your eyes underground

A reliable service that augments your eyes underground. VisionV2X from Maptek is a simple solution with an important mission.  Maptek™ VisionV2X gives all mine personnel vision underground, enabling them to make better decisions for keeping people and...


RMSI Appoints Greg Bowles, Expands Its Utility Advisory Board

New Delhi: RMSI, a leading technology solutions provider to the utilities sector, announced expansion of its utility advisory board by empaneling Greg Bowles. As a member of the board, Greg will support RMSI leadership with defining new technology solutions that...

Taylor Geospatial Institute Announces Inaugural Class of TGI Fellows

ST. LOUIS – The Taylor Geospatial Institute today announces the inaugural group of TGI fellows. The program enables TGI member institutions to recruit and retain distinguished researchers in geospatial science fields, develop the next generation of scientific leaders...

Agora World Named Inaugural Recipient of Cesium Ecosystem Grants

PHILADELPHIA - Agora World is thrilled to be selected as one of the inaugural recipients of the Cesium Ecosystem Grants. Our project, GeoForAll, aims to democratize access to advanced 3D geospatial technology by integrating Cesium's powerful capabilities into our...


May Issue 2023