Monthly Archives: September 2012

Interoperability is on the loose at GEOINT!

Since my last post I’ve been busy building online image analytics for demonstration by Exelis VIS and our partners at the GEOINT 2012 Symposium. GEOINT takes place October 8-11 in Orlando, Florida and promises to focus on the evolution of … Continue reading

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NSERC Student Airborne Research Program

Exelis VIS was once again happy to support the National Suborbital Education and Research Center (NSERC) Student Airborne Research Program (SARP) over the summer.  NASA personnel and faculty from various US universities create and host the program each summer in … Continue reading

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From Our Boulder Backyard: New Info on How Changing Climate Affects Future Fire Danger

One of the many great things about living in Boulder for us science geeks is the lively scientific community, and the fascinating research that comes out of our own backyard. There is something fun about bumping into one of my … Continue reading

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Et Voila!

Yes, Landsat had a good run – great in fact – and in the coming years I am certain we will all continue to consume and learn from all the great imagery that was collected over the course of decades.  … Continue reading

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Everything Old is New Again

The title isn’t referring to the classic Peter Allen song, bell bottoms, or platform shoes with my title, but trends in technology.  For example, I’ve noticed recently that what had been called Enterprise technologies is now called Cloud.  A few … Continue reading

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Measuring Impervious Surfaces with Free Government Data

Thanks to all of you who tuned in to my Using Free Government Data and Remote Sensing to Create a More Powerful GIS webinar last week!  We had a great turnout and many good questions.  One topic that I briefly … Continue reading

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Geospatial API’s and Online Services

As the power of the cloud becomes more widely used throughout the geospatial industry, more and more companies are offering services, both free and paid for, that can enhance your company’s GIS capabilities. Many of these services come in the … Continue reading

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