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April 1, 2015

Bluesky’s National Tree Map to Help Hay Fever Sufferers

Leicestershire, April 1, 2015—By shedding light on the way pollen travels through our atmosphere, a ground breaking new environmental dataset is helping scientists improve the lives of hay fever sufferers. Created from high resolution aerial photography and colour infrared data, the National Tree Map database details more than 280 million trees covering around 20,000 square

April 1, 2015

DroneDeploy Raises $9M; Series A Funding Led by Emergence Capital

San Francisco, Calif., March 31, 2015—DroneDeploy, a start-up that provides cloud– based software solutions for commercial drone operations, announced today that it has raised $9 million in Series A funding led by Emergence Capital, with participation from previous investors SoftTech, DataCollective and Angelpad. The investment adds to the $2 million in seed funding the company

April 1, 2015

Blaze Terra Demonstrates Advantages in Accessing Acute3D High Resolution City Models

April 1, 2015 — Eternix Ltd., leading provider of next-generation software for GIS visualization and editing in 3D, demonstrates the benefits of accessing popular 3D mapping data, such as that created by Acute3D. Rapid 3D mapping technologies use automatic 3D photogrammetry to create full 3D models of entire cities, outputting heavy, high resolution files, containing

April 1, 2015

Arizona State Forestry Division to Develop Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal

Richmond, VA., April 1, 2015 — The Arizona State Forestry Division recently selected Timmons Group, a leader in innovative geospatial solutions, to develop their Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal (WRAP). This project will leverage past wildfire risk portals developed, hosted and supported by Timmons Group including CoWRAP (Colorado), TxWRAP (Texas), and SouthWRAP which contains Wildfire Risk Assessment

April 1, 2015

New Leica ScanStation, Point Cloud Software Raise 3D Laser Scanning to Next Level

Heerbrugg, Switzerland, 1 April 2015 — Leica Geosystems announces a group of six major new products for terrestrial laser scanning: three new laser scanners and three new point cloud software products. Together, these leading edge products raise the industry’s bar for laser scanning data quality and productivity, both in the field and the office. New Leica

March 31, 2015

New Crowdsourced Forest Maps Offer Unique Insights

Austria’s International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) mapped global forest cover with its crowdsourcing Geo-Wiki team. The new maps show the location and extent of forests for ecology, climate change and economic modelling as well as provide insight to researchers looking for the best reference information to estimate deforestation and forest degradation.

March 31, 2015

Automated Satellite Imagery Analysis Aids Rural Development

Researchers at MIT recently teamed with a group of data scientists to automate the evaluation of satellite imagery to identify houses and types of houses, saving considerable time and funds on the field work that precedes rural development programs. The tool can be used to fill in the gaps of poorly mapped rural areas to determine the best place for pilot programs or villages suitable for solar power projects.

March 31, 2015

Antarctic Ice Shelves Rapidly Thinning

Researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography recently reported that Antarctica’s floating ice shelves have decreased in thickness by as much as 18 percent during the past two decades. Satellite radar altimetry mission data from the European Space Agency were used between 1994 and 2012 to determine the change.

March 31, 2015

App Aims to Share Safe Places to Fly Your Drone

The crowd-funding and crowd-developer site AppMovement has an app project under way that will help drone owners share locations for safely operating drones. The app will address the proliferation of hobby drones and the complexity of restrictions, allowing users to share information around the world.

March 31, 2015

CoreLogic Introduces Proprietary Wind Verification Technology

Irvine, Calif., March 31, 2015 — CoreLogic® (NYSE: CLGX), a leading global property information, analytics and data-enabled services provider, today introduced new wind verification technology that will improve the accuracy and timing of insurance claims related to severe wind damage. The new technology combines proprietary three-dimensional storm models, storm-tracking models and leading-edge artificial intelligence models

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