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Project Geospatial is a non-profit media organization committed to growth, innovation and collaboration among academic, commercial and government partners in the geospatial industry. We believe a revolution is coming in geospatial technology – big data is democratizing, satellites are shrinking, and the science of where has never been more important to the health and future of our planet. We provide a leading voice in geospatial industry trends, insights and cross-industry applications to he ...
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A podcast for geospatial people. Weekly episodes that focus on the tech, trends, tools, and stories from the geospatial world. Interviews with the people that are shaping the future of GIS, geospatial as well as practitioners working in the geo industry. This is a podcast for the GIS and geospatial community subscribe or visit https://mapscaping.com to learn more
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Unlock a world of valuable insights and thought-provoking discussions related to the Intelligence Community (CIA, NSA, NGA, FBI, Military Intelligence). Join Nick, a successful entrepreneur and business leader, on his journey to discover a world of INTELLIGENCE in all facets of our lives. As an Army Veteran with expertise in geospatial Intelligence Operations, and multiple successful businesses and investments across a variety of industries, including technology, defense, real estate, crypto ...
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In this episode, we talk with Blair Stringham from Utah's Wildlife Migration Initiative. He talks about wildlife tracking using GPS and RFID technology on over 28 species in the state, including fish, birds, deer, elk, and even mountain lions. If you have ever wondered how this works, this episode is for you. Matt and I welcome Denise Peterson to t…
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News: Ordnance Survey creates National Vernacular Mapping Tool Oakridge National Laboratory team map Coca River, Ecuador USGS using remote sensing to explore groundwater discharge impact on coral USGS call for William T. Pecora Awards nominations Air taxi developers in race for FAA certification Geomagnetic storms impact agricultural GPS Finland in…
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Cloud-native geospatial, range requests, chucks, COGs and COPCs ... [ insert confusing acronym here ] Sometimes It feels like we need to learn a whole new vocabulary and if you have been doing #geo for a while you might be wondering how much of this is actually going to impact me. What bits of this are the ones that I need to know about? I don’t th…
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SummaryJosh Campbell gave a lightning talk at FedGeoDay 2024, introducing the World Polygons data set that was recently released after four years of work.Highlights🌍 World Polygons data set released after four years of work🗺️ Boundaries are crucial for foreign policy and cartographic purposes🌐 Lines in base maps can be challenging for the US Govern…
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Gabe Dominocielo, co-founder of Umbra Space, discusses the challenges and excitement of launching SAR satellites and the unique capabilities of synthetic aperture radar. He shares insights into the process of developing satellites, the choice of SAR technology, and the importance of precision in radar imagery. Gabe also talks about the diverse rang…
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SummaryJeremy Malczyk, a Cloud geographer at Google, discusses how AI is used to refine and analyze large amounts of data in the cloud. Google’s Earth Engine platform combines open source and proprietary tools to deliver actionable insights from 100 petabytes of data, covering 40 years of imagery. They have also developed land cover and cloud monit…
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SummaryDr. Daniel Roman from Noah’s National Geodetic Survey (NGS) discusses the modernization of the National Spatial Reference System (NSRS) to improve accuracy and accessibility of geospatial data.Highlights🌍 The NSRS provides a consistent coordinate system for latitude, longitude, height, and gravity.🔄 Modernizing the NSRS aims to meet modern n…
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SummaryThis panel discussion at FedGeoDay 2024 focused on the use of AI and remote sensing in geospatial data. Panelists discussed their current use of AI/ML, successes, challenges, and future possibilities.Highlights🌍 The panelists represented organizations such as Oakridge National Laboratory, US Forest Service, NASA, and US Geological Survey.🏢 T…
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This panel explores the advantages of open source geospatial data and software for intelligence gathering. Discover real-world examples and the potential of large language models in this field! 🚀🔍 Highlights * Open source geospatial data and tools are becoming increasingly important 🗺️ * You can find valuable information using open source geospatia…
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SummaryRobert Pitts, from New Light Technologies, introduces their consultancy’s work in building data infrastructures and user experiences to support various organizations in improving outcomes and equity in areas such as public health, economic prosperity, and emergency management. They have developed an incident management tool called IMPACT tha…
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SummaryJosh Coutts, a geographer with the US Census Bureau, discussed a new project to release census data using a standard grid. The aim is to make the data more accessible and interoperable across various applications and use cases. The current small area geographic units can be inflexible and challenging to integrate with other data sets, hinder…
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SummaryBeth Wiberg discusses how she used Noah open data for Disaster Response. The Army geospatial Center and rgi collaborated on Operation Blue Roof to provide temporary blue tarps to homes damaged by hurricanes. They used Ai and ml to develop models that detect and identify damage to roofs using Noah aerial imagery. The models achieved a 90% suc…
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FedGeoDay is the premier annual event for the open source geospatial community within the U.S. federal government. It brings together federal program managers, technology leaders, industry partners, and open-source enthusiasts to share ideas, showcase innovations, and foster collaboration around open geospatial technologies, data, and practices. Fe…
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SummaryAlexandra Barker from the Census Bureau’s Open Innovation Labs discusses Stat Ventures and their new challenge, the Address Geolocation Challenge. Stat Ventures is a program that scouts technology from innovators outside of government to improve data quality at the Census Bureau. The challenge focuses on finding technological solutions to ge…
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SummaryEddie Pickle from Crunchy Data talks about modernizing geospatial workflows by starting with the database and working with Crunchy Data and the Postgres database. Moving to an open source database can create a more modern and effective architecture, with technical and infrastructural benefits. Innovating from within government and investing …
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Summary:This panel discussion titled “Open Data Actions and Aspirations” focused on the challenges and opportunities of harnessing open data in federal agencies. The panelists discussed the need for collaboration, the importance of data accessibility, and the cultural and technological changes required to move towards a more efficient and impactful…
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This panel discussion is about empowering Federal governance with open source solutions and data. Highlights: * Open data sources 🌐 * geospatial data 🗺️ * census.gov 📊 * NOAA Digital Coast 🌊 * USGS NGWM 🏔️ * Crowd source data 🤝 * weather stations 🌡️ * precipitation data 🌧️ * National Estuarine Research Reserves 🌳 * Challenges ⚠️ * data quality cont…
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SummaryKevin Pomfret discusses the legal and policy issues facing the geospatial community, emphasizing the importance of considering law in addition to policy. He highlights the complexity of legal issues surrounding data and the need for lawyers to understand and address them. Pomfret also mentions the potential impact of AI laws and regulations …
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SummaryThis is the FedGeoDay 2024 session on open source for local government, emergency management and response, and climate risk. The session featured four presenters who discussed the value of their applications and the underlying technology used to create them. The moderator was Ryan Burley. The panelists/presenters included Aaron Myers, Laura …
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Mappedin started as a school project and evolved into a leading indoor mapping company, working with malls, airports, hospitals, and Fortune 500 companies. You guessed, today's podcast is all about indoor mapping, why it's hard, what are the use cases driving it, what the state of the art looks like today and what we can expect in the future. Key p…
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News: FCC votes to restore Net Neutrality White House/OMB AI guidelines UNESCO names 18 new Geoparks The impacts of open edit Overture Maps beta Topic: Metageography Events: State of the Map US: 6-8 June, Salt Lake City International geographical congress 2024: 24-30 August, Dublin This week’s song is “Idaho” by Arbour Season…
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Robert (Bob) Sharp shares his journey in the military and as the director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). He discusses how he accidentally became an admiral and the joy he found in changing jobs and working with different people. He also talks about the importance of specialization and generalization in the intelligence commun…
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Hugo Powell, from immap.org shares his expert insights on how GIS technologies are leveraged to analyze data, visualize scenarios, and facilitate rapid decision-making during emergencies. Here are the key tools mentioned: 1. **Kobo Toolbox**: An open-source tool used for data collection in humanitarian contexts. Kobo Toolbox allows for both quantit…
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News: Daniel Huffman’s Projection Collection has revived card trading Surface Area Rivers and Lakes Database released Study of museum collections finds warming waters impact mussel shells GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research proposes Digital Twins of the Ocean NOAA documents 4th global coral bleaching event Landsat Extended Acquisition of the…
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AI Autocomplete for QGIS Brendan Ashworth the CTO and co-founder of https://buntinglabs.com/ focuses on integrating AI with QGIS, and today on the podcast we are talking about Autocomplete for vectorization. Along the way Brendan will share with us why Bunting Labs chose to build this on top of QGIS, the Challenges in Map Digitization, what the dev…
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News: University of the Bundeswehr Munich creates 3D city maps from a single SAR satellite The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Sahel Region universities map groundwater Topic: This week we wander into a conversation about files, folders, and data as well as thoughts on versioning. Events: SOTM 2024: 6-8 September, Nairobi, Call for ac…
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News: FCC ups limits to be called ‘broadband’ Google used AI to model flooding Voyager 1 responds to “poke” Topic: This week we discuss the importance of citizen science on the eve of Citizen Science Month and touch a bit on this year's quickly approaching EarthDay.توسط VerySpatial
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GNSS receivers - why precise positioning will not be coming to your phone any time soon Igor is the CEO and cofounder of Emlid.com a company that started out making high-precision GNSS receivers in his kitchen and crowd-funded the first batch on Kickstarter. But that was over ten years ago so today on the podcast Igor is going to tell us about the …
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Refactoring the Way you Talk About your geospatial skills: It is Costing you Money Some of the key topics in this episode 1.Our Geospatial Skills and Marketability: There's a realization that while our traditional geospatial skills are valuable, they might not always be marketed effectively to match the broader IT and data analysis job markets. We …
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News: NASA releases Hubble Telescope Tabletop Adventure Methane tracking satellite NGA expands commercial acquisitions with ‘Luno’ NGA opens NGOC NSGIC states geospatial maturity assessment Events: Geospatial World Forum (GWF): 13-16 May, Rotterdam ISPRS Technical Commission II Symposium: 11-14 June. Las Vegas NACIS: 16-19 Oct, Tacoma…
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Modern geospatial - not the bleeding edge of geospatial but modern geospatial - what is it? Well my guest Will Cadell, the CEO of SparkGeo describes modern geospatial as the intersection of the cloud, smart space, open source data/standards, AI and smart devices - that's modern geospatial And as you will hear during the discussion it's important to…
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The main topics discussed during this episode include: Basics of LIDAR data and its applications. Differences between LIDAR and photogrammetry. Processing chain of LIDAR data. Challenges in classifying point clouds. Applications of LIDAR technology in vegetation mapping, terrain modelling, and infrastructure inspection. The future of LIDAR technolo…
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News: NAPGD 2022-submit GNSS or leveling data Techtree launches AROUND NSA in data purchase news Real impacts of mobile map attribute errors Mars helicopter Ingenuity mission ends Japan’s lunar lander Events: 4S (Small Satellites, Systems, Services) Symposium: 27-31 May, Palma de Mallorca, Spainتوسط VerySpatial
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Alex Leith is a Digital Earth Architect and in this episode, you will learn what Infrastructure as code is - hint it is the opposite of the "clicky-clicky" and so much more! Connect with Alex here https://auspatious.com/ Recommended Listening Cloud-Optimized Point CLounds https://mapscaping.com/podcast/cloud-optimized-point-clouds/ Cloud Native Geo…
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GeeMap is an open-source Python library that provides tools for interactive mapping with Google Earth Engine (GEE), which is a platform for earth science data and analysis ... and today you are going to hear from the creator of GeeMap! Connect with Qiusheng Wu here: https://wetlands.io/ This episode is sponsored by Planet learn more at https://www.…
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GPS reimagined? Why do we need to reimagine GPS? ... Is it broken? Recommended Podcast Episodes How Google Calculates Your Location https://mapscaping.com/podcast/how-google-calculates-your-location/ From GNSS To VPS https://mapscaping.com/podcast/from-gnss-to-vps/ Navigating The Past Present and Future of GNSS https://mapscaping.com/podcast/naviga…
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News: EU AI Act passes University students build first Irish satellite to launch into space ISS at 25 Topic: 50, 45, 30 years of GPS Events: GeoWeek 2024: 11-13 February, Denver RGS-IBG 2024: 27-30 August, Dublin GIS Pro 2024: 7-10 Oct, Portland, Maineتوسط VerySpatial
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