The ESA, also known as the European Space Agency, has managed to do a lot of amazing feats in the field of space technology. They … Read more
Geographic data about soil condition helps farmers to be more efficient in segmenting arable land in order to apply differential rates of fertilizer, and forecasting to determine when, where, and what to plant in what is known as precision agriculture.
Geospatial technology has allowed users the ability to travel the world without ever leaving home. Users can explore the world, inside and out. Last October, … Read more
With communication broken with the earth monitoring satellite since April 8, 2012, the European Space Agency (ESA) has declared an end of mission for Envisat. … Read more
Envisat, the European Space Agency’s (ESA) earth observation satellite, has stopped functioning properly. Communication with the satellite was lost on April 8th when data was … Read more
It’s been a very long time since I’ve done a “best of GIS” year end review. Listed below are some of what I have … Read more
450 terrabytes of Landsat imagery from the European Space Agency’s archives has been opened up to the public for free. The agency’s archives covers 30 … Read more
CryoSat-2 is the satellite launched by the European Space Agency on April 8, 2010 to collect data in order to understand the relationship between the … Read more
Due to the precise measurements take can be taking from InSAR, changes in land movements can be detected as small as a few millimeters.
News from the geospatial industry includes an announcement from Esri about a CityEngine course its staff will teach at SIGGRAPH 2011, the Image of the … Read more
The European Space Agency has released Horn of Africa drought imagery and its image of the week showing Patagonia. The OGC is seeking input … Read more