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December 5, 2015

Interview: Earth-Imagery Automation Via Flexible API

Earth Imaging Journal’s Editorial Director Matt Ball spoke with Bronwyn Agrios, co-founder of Astro Digital, about the company’s creation of an online image-processing and distribution platform to send real-time alerts when satellite imagery is collected across an area to be monitored.

July 16, 2015

Smallsat Company and Sensor Guide

As seen in the accompanying feature, Earth Observation Embracing the New Space Environment: The Significance of EO Smallsat Constellations, the small satellite (smallsat) industry has become an important and market-disrupting force in Earth observation. The following are a sampling of the companies making headlines as well as their satellites, some of which are collecting data

July 16, 2015

Defense Watch: Assessing the Role of Geospatial Intelligence in a Period of Rapid Climate Change

By Chris Crosiar, Office of Basic and Applied Research, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (www.nga.mil), Springfield, Va. In my experience as a research and development scientist at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, I recall a time when the mention of climate change was so taboo, analysts could only reference “an environmental anomaly.” Times have changed. During the last

July 16, 2015

Industry Insights: New NASA Earth Science Missions Expand View of Our Home Planet

By Steve Cole, public affairs officer, Earth Science Division, NASA (www.nasa.gov), Washington, D.C. Four new NASA Earth-observing missions are collecting data from space—with a fifth newly in orbit—after the busiest year of NASA Earth science launches in more than a decade. On Feb. 27, 2014, NASA and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) launched the

July 16, 2015

Industry Overview: Are You Poised for Opportunity?

When looking at all the coming changes to the geospatial technology tools and inputs that are emerging and immediately over the horizon, there’s a mixed feeling of excitement and trepidation. How will all of these new data-collection platforms, workflows and analytics impact the world of today’s practitioners as well as the vendor community?

July 16, 2015

Earth Observation Embracing the New Space Environment: The Significance of EO Smallsat Constellations

During the last several years, numerous companies announced their intention to launch low-cost Earth-observation satellite systems, most of which will be constellations of satellites. This implies a significant increase in the amount of Earth-observation data being collected and a growing number of supply choices, but what are the industry implications?

July 14, 2015

Europe and Pacific Northwest Face Record Heat

A map shows daytime land-surface temperature anomalies in Europe from June 30-July 9, 2015, compared to the 2001–2010 average for the same period. Shades of red depict areas where the land surface was hotter than the long-term average; areas in blue were below average.

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