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geospatial data

November 25, 2019

DIN Innovators Award for Datacube Inventor Peter Baumann

DIN Innovation Award for Prof. Dr. Peter Baumann Never before has so much information about the Earth been available to mankind. Every day, satellites provide an enormous amount of data, for example on the climate, on changes in the atmosphere, or land use. The "Din-Spec 18114" standard developed by Dr. Peter Baumann, Professor of Computer

February 8, 2017

DigitalGlobe Adds New, Innovative Partners to Its Rapidly Growing Geospatial Big Data Ecosystem

WESTMINSTER, Colo.- DigitalGlobe, Inc. (NYSE: DGI), the global leader in Earth imagery and information about our changing planet, announced the growth of its ecosystem of content producers and consumers who leverage the Company’s Geospatial Big Data analytics platform, GBDX. With this increase in ecosystem partners, GBDX solidified its leadership position. From Fortune 500 companies, to

January 11, 2017

Long Beach One of First Cities in U.S. to Display Open Data in Geospatial Data Format

Today, the City of Long Beach launched DataLB, the City’s new Open Data Portal. This new portal is designed to implement modern Citywide practices for sharing data with the public, staff, and policy makers as outlined in the Open Data Policy, adopted by the City Council on December 20, 2016. “Long Beach’s DataLB portal is

December 20, 2016

CALL FOR PAPERS – GeoRich 2017 – ACM SIGMOD Workshop on Managing and Mining Enriched Geo-Spatial Data

Both the current trends in technology such as smart phones, general mobile devices, stationary sensors and satellites, as well as a new user mentality of utilizing this technology to voluntarily share information, produce a huge flood of geo-spatial data. This data is enriched by multiple types of information or contexts, such as social, text, multimedia

August 19, 2016

BLM, USGS Publish Data and Visualization Site for Sagebrush Geospatial Data

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) have published a hub to enable easy visualization and access to geospatial data about the west’s “sagebrush sea.” This will help guide sagebrush conservation efforts during the 2016 fire season and beyond. “We have the benefit of a tremendous amount of scientific information

July 29, 2016

Luciad V2016.1 Brings Mac OS X Support, Timeline Integration & More to Geospatial Applications

BELGIUM, Leuven –  Luciad, a world leader in the provision of technology that connects geospatial data to deliver real-time situational awareness, has announced today that it is launching its version 2016.1 suite of geospatial software solutions. Version 2016.1 brings geospatial developers and users a range of new capabilities for their Luciad-based applications. “The V2016.1 release

July 29, 2016

ENVITIA Launches Discovery 5 – Freeing Legacy Geospatial Data from Desk Drawers

ENVITIA are delighted to announce the release of Discovery 5, a leading-edge geospatial data discovery and processing platform. ENVITIA Discovery has traditionally provided a key technology in UK and US Military systems; managing, cataloguing and transforming geospatial data into forms deliverable in deployed systems using an intuitive browser based search capability. ENVITIA Discovery 5 significantly

July 27, 2016

Research Identifies 14 ‘core’ INSPIRE Themes for Global Sustainable Development Goals

The scope of geospatial data extends far beyond environmental, social and economic analysis, a study by UN-GIMM: Europe has found.   Research by the regional committee of experts shows that information about location also plays a key role in implementing policy to help address a wide range of concerns at regional, national and global level.

March 22, 2016

Esri Publishes the Workbook Getting to Know ArcGIS Pro

Redlands, California—March 21, 2016—The new workbook Getting to Know ArcGIS Pro teaches the the fundamentals of making 2D and 3D maps and analyzing geospatial data using the next generation of geographic information system (GIS) software: the Esri ArcGIS Pro application. This is Esri's first workbook for ArcGIS Pro, a powerful, project-based professional GIS desktop application

December 15, 2015

UN-GGIM: Europe is to Lead Work to Determine Global Fundamental Geospatial Data Themes

December 15, 2015 — The mandate to develop this work, which is critical for supporting sustainability, disaster response, land management, and environmental resilience, was given to UN-GGIM: Europe during the 5th Session of the United Nations Committee of Experts on Global Geospatial Information Management (UN-GGIM). It comes as UN-GGIM: Europe adopts its work plan for

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