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April 5, 2015

Rectifying the Past with Digital Historic Imagery

Scanning hard-copy data makes digital historic imagery accessible, virtually organized and easily distributed. By Doug Joos and Joe Cantz, Woolpert (www.woolpert.com), Dayton, Ohio. Many government agencies and businesses have aerial photo-graphy prints and large map sheets that document the past, many of which date back to the early 1900s. These prints and maps are vital

March 19, 2015

U of M Gains Cloud-based Access to Global High-resolution Satellite Imagery

March 17, 2015—The University of Minnesota announced today that it has been selected as one of only two universities in the country to gain open access to DigitalGlobe Basemap, an online map and database of current, high-resolution satellite imagery of the globe. Commercial satellite imagery has become an invaluable tool for applications such as mapping,