Monthly Archives: April 2012

VISualize 2012: Climate Change & Environmental Monitoring

If you’re like me you probably have the occasion to attend conferences and trade shows throughout the year and learn how imagery and data are used in a variety of ways across industries.   But where can you learn about Mapping … Continue reading

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GIS Trends & Topics: MidAmerica Geospatial Symposium

As I sit here planning a trip to Kansas City to attend the biennial MidAmerica GIS Symposium, I am poring over the meeting collateral, program schedule, and course descriptions and trying to find the best way to highlight how imagery … Continue reading

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Environmental Conservation and Geospatial Image Analysis

In his recent post, my colleague, Peter McIntosh wrote about the different markets where geospatial software provides solutions.   For many geospatial imagery users monitoring and quantifying change is a very important task.   Through my work with academic institutions and environmental … Continue reading

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Geospatial Analysis: Tasks vs Markets

Here’s an interesting departure from our regular technical talk with thoughts on what geospatial users and markets look like.  I know we all have different perspectives on this, and this is highly subjective, but I thought it would be worth … Continue reading

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