Tag Archives: data management

Delivering Imagery to Mobile Devices

As the level of interest in tactical use of mobile devices increases, so does the desire to provide timely geospatial imagery.  Take, for example, a disaster scenario like Hurricane Katrina.  First responders needed information such as the locations and boundaries … Continue reading

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Data, data everywhere…

Cyber-green. Has that term been coined? If not, I am excited to do so here as my first contribution to the Imagery Speaks blog. Think of this: repurposing data you already have, or using new approaches to extract meaningful information … Continue reading

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Don’t Copy that Data! How the JPIP Paradigm helps Save Storage Space

As the number of sensors collecting imagery grows, and the size of individual images grows, we continue to require more and more storage space to house image data.  In order to get the imagery to the end users who really … Continue reading

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ASPRS Pecora 18 Symposium

I just returned from the ASPRS Pecora 18 Symposium, held in Herndon, VA. What a great show! There were approximately 500 attendees, many of whom are using satellite imagery, aerial imagery, or LiDAR data and are looking for new ways … Continue reading

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Standards: Why do we care?

There’s a lot of discussion in the Defense and Intelligence technical community about standards these days.  OGC, ISO, WPS, WMS, WCS, what’s the difference, and why does it matter so much?  One of the benefits we gain from using standards … Continue reading

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What Does Integrated Geospatial Data Look Like?

It’s no secret that we are living today in a flood of data and it just keeps growing.  20 years ago, the hard problem was getting the data.  10 years ago the problem was having systems that could support the … Continue reading

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