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Democratizing Geospatial Data for DISASTER RESPONSE

June 12, 2014

Democratizing Geospatial Data for Disaster Response

By A.J. Clark, president, Thermopylae Sciences & Technology (www.t-sciences.com), Arlington, Va. Picture a spectrum. On the left is the old world of geo-spatial intelligence in which a satellite collects an image and sends it to a ground station. From there it goes to a database, where analysts clean it up with tools designed for the