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TAG: geospatial data

EuroGeographics, EuroSDR to Join on European Spatial Research

March 6, 2015By

EuroGeographics and EuroSDR have announced that they will work together to provide a framework for European spatial data research and development. The cooperation agreement will further the development of the EuroSDR Research Plan and the activities of the EuroGeographics Knowledge Exchange Networks. As a result, members of both not-for-profit organizations will benefit from greater opportunities for professional development. They will... read more

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UN, DigitalGlobe Sign Agreement on Satellite Imagery, Geospatial Solutions

February 26, 2015By

DigitalGlobe, a global provider of high-resolution satellite imagery and geospatial solutions, has signed of a Memorandum of Understanding with the United Nations. Under the agreement, DigitalGlobe and the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) will take stock of their combined expertise in the use of earth observation technologies for economic, social, and scientific development and improved decision-making, particularly in... read more

GIS Meets March Madness: Using Spatial Data to Analyze Basketball Team and Player Performance

March 16, 2012By

Even if you aren’t a basketball fan, you’ve likely heard the term “March Madness” over the years. It refers to a time when the best U.S. college basketball teams compete for the championship title. Demonstrating the diversity of GIS, a Harvard University professor has introduced an interesting method of analyzing basketball team and player performance using GIS spatial analysis techniques.... read more

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TITAN: The Geospatial Babel Fish

July 9, 2008By

About 10 years ago PBS aired a very funny science fiction comedy called The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, written by Douglas Adams. The serial radio programs, which originated in Great Britain, were about two characters who traveled the universe by bumming rides on spacecraft. One curiosity highlighted in the second episode was the Tower of Babel-inspired “Babel fish,” which... read more

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