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May 9, 2016

NASA Selects ASU Undergraduate ‘CubeSat’ Project to Measure Phoenix Urban Heat Islands

NASA has selected an Arizona State University undergraduate student team for a $200,000 grant to conduct hands-on flight research, through its NASA Space Grant Undergraduate Student Instrument Program (USIP). The project, called “Phoenix,” is to design and build a small satellite, the size of a small loaf of bread, called a “3U CubeSat.” The satellite

May 9, 2016

Scientist Will Use Satellite Data to Study Lightning That Sizzles

Most cloud-to-ground lightning (about eight of nine events) is actually a rapid series of strikes, pop-pop-pop, each lasting a few hundreds of millionths of a second, too fast for our eyes to separate into individual events. The other one in nine (give or take) creates a channel in the air, through which a lightning current

May 9, 2016

SpyMeSatGov: Satellite Imagery Mobile App for Government

GREENBELT, MD, May 9, 2016 – Orbit Logic announced today that their SpyMeSatGov iPhone app is now available on the Geoint App Store (https://apps.nga.mil) for any U.S. government or authorized user.  SpyMeSatGov provides real-time imaging satellite awareness and on-demand access to EnhancedView commercial satellite imagery archives.  The mobile app includes the ability to browse and

May 9, 2016

Earth-i Takes the Best of British to Geospatial World Forum

9th May 2016 — Earth-i (www.earthi.space), the British innovative distributor of Earth Observation and information services, will be supporting this year’s Geospatial World Forum in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, from 23rd to 26th May. The theme of the conference is one that Earth-i understands extremely well. Under the title of ‘Where’s the Money – disruptive business

May 9, 2016

Arithmetica Reveals 360 Imaging and 3D Laser Modeling Tech at Museums and Heritage Show

Shepperton Studios, London, 09 May 2016 – The Museums and Heritage Show, taking place at Olympia, 18-19 May 2016, will feature the latest 360 degree video recording systems and laser scan 3D modeling software from Arithmetica. A specialist in developing ground breaking software solutions, Arithmetica has already completed a number of projects within the cultural

May 9, 2016

Evolving 3-D Scanning Technology Spurring Big Market Growth, Reports BCC Research

WELLESLEY, MA  - Three-dimensional (3-D) scanners have expanded into a wide variety of commercial, scientific and artistic market niches. BCC Research reveals in its new report that key market trends include technology improvements, expanding applications across various industries, price reductions, and improvements in performance, all of which are spurring big demand in this vibrant market.

May 6, 2016

GSDI 15 World Conference: Greg Scott Joins Keynote Speaker Lineup

The organizing team of the 15th Global Spatial Data Infrastructure World Conference (GSDI 15, http://gsdi15.org.tw/) is pleased to announce that Greg Scott will shore up the conference’s already impressive keynote speaker line-up. Mr. Scott will join Mark Reichardt, President of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC), Barbara Ryan, Secretariat Director of the Intergovernmental Group on Earth

May 6, 2016

Winners of 2016 INNOspace Masters Competition Present Compelling New Ideas for the New Space Economy

A new wireless satellite, innovative laser-communication technology for space applications, a universal adapter for satellite systems - these are just a sample of the winning entrants from the first INNOspace Masters competition. Initiated by the Space Administration of the German Aerospace Center (DLR), this event had invited innovators to submit their proposals and concepts for

May 5, 2016

Esri Conservation Program Director Wins 2016 Distinguished Landscape Practitioner Award

Redlands, California — Charles Convis, director of the Esri Conservation Program (ECP), received the Distinguished Landscape Practitioner Award from the Society for Landscape Ecologists. Convis was recognized for nearly three decades of mentoring ecologists to use geographic information system (GIS) technology for species and ecosystem conservation. As a computer-savvy ecologist in the mid-1980s, Convis supported

May 5, 2016

Aerial Mapping Company Bluesky Announces Expansion

Leicestershire, UK, 05 May 2016 – Aerial mapping company Bluesky is cementing a period of growth with a number of key appointments. Investing in internal support, Bluesky has appointed Andrew Kociolek to the role of IT Engineer, while Suzanna Baynard joins as Management Accountant. Charlotte Ballard, previously a key member of the Bluesky production team,

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