TAG: Malaysian Airlines

Boundless Uses GIS Imagery to Search for MH370 Debris

August 12, 2015By
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Geospatial experts at Boundless, a geospatial IT company, discuss how GIS imagery can help find debris from missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. The blog post Georeferencing Imagery in the Hunt for MH370 takes the complicated location of debris from MH370, and puts it through the open-source software used by Boundless to overlay two major ocean currents, the South Equatorial Current, and the West Australian Current. Prevailing... read more

Art Kalinski Reports from the GEOINT Symposium

April 14, 2014By
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Art Kalinski, Geointelligence Editor, reports from GEOINT* 2013, being held April 14-17, 2014, in Tampa, Florida. Check this space for updates from Art on interesting people, exhibits, and events from the symposium. If you have areas of interest you would like Art to cover, contact him at akalinski @ charter.net. Read his coverage of Day One of the symposium here.... read more

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Airbus Mobilizes Satellites to Help Locate Missing Airliner

March 14, 2014By

Airbus Defence and Space has mobilized five observation satellites to aid in the search for the missing Malaysian Airlines plane. The Boeing 777 disappeared on March 8 during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. The day after the aircraft disappeared,the very high-resolution Pléaides 1A and 1B satellites, the high-resolution SPOT 5 and 6 satellites, and the synthetic aperture radar... read more

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