May 22, 2018
TCarta delivered satellite-derived bathymetry (SDB) to Total SA, one of the world’s largest oil and gas producers, which will use the water-depth data for preparing seismic survey works off the coast of Myanmar.
May 15, 2018
The Landslide Hazard Assessment for Situational Awareness (LHASA) model melds information regarding slope, lithology, deforested areas, and proximity to fault zones and roads to derive a map of landslide susceptibility.
May 8, 2018
Satellite photos and advanced software provide population estimates for refugee camps. The data helps aid organizations use resources efficiently.
May 1, 2018
NASA’s Operation IceBridge successfully collected data over several glaciers, research sites and some parallel coastal grid lines on April 26, 2018, as part of its spring 2018 campaign.
April 24, 2018
The most significant draw on the water supply is crop irrigation, accounting by some measures for nearly two-thirds of U.S. surface-freshwater withdrawals.
April 17, 2018
TCarta delivered pre- and post-disaster surface models for the Caribbean islands of Antigua and Barbuda for use in Hurricane Irma recovery efforts.
April 3, 2018
NSR’s newly released High Altitude Platforms (HAPs), 2nd Edition report forecasts $1.7 billion in cumulative HAPs revenues over the next decade for airships, balloons and pseudo-satellite platforms.
March 30, 2018
A quantum leap in computing capacity has allowed us to model and analyze the real world – all from our desktop and mobile devices. In days past, maps were purely for visualization and direction. Today, they have graduated to full-blown analytics platforms empowering users to make decisions faster than ever before. Why? They closely represent
March 27, 2018
Sea ice in the Arctic grew to its annual maximum extent on March 17, 2018, and joined 2015, 2016 and 2017 as the four lowest maximum extents on record, according to scientists at the NASA-supported National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) and NASA.
March 20, 2018
GOLD is designed to track big events in the lower atmosphere, such as hurricanes or tsunamis, that create waves that can travel all the way up to this interface to space, changing wind patterns and causing disruptions.