A Podcast of Geography and geospatial technologies
A VerySpatial Podcast - Episode 651
Facebook’s Project Aria - mapping your entire life Augmented Reality - Geology’s ‘killer app’....? Amazon’s ‘Virtual Tours’ Oct 4th - Sputnik anniversary World Space Week Oct. 4-10th - Satellites are the Theme - Cool Stuff:
Zuni Map - Counter-mapping place
A VerySpatial Podcast - Episode 650
Last chance to respond to U.S. Census Weather NOAA Turns 50! Fastest run to greek letters for Atlantic Tropical Storms Western US Wildfires La Nina Sentinel 6 launch planned for November Startup Satellite Vu looking to add thermal to commercial remote sensing 2020 StoryMaps Competition Esri signs MoU with UN-Habitat Esri acquires nFrames HP Rolls out new DesignJet printers WV Messes with Harvard Mapping Model
A VerySpatial Podcast - Episode 649, Part 2
This week we continue our conversation about how visualization can help to convey information and how state and school systems may (or may not) be using visualization tools for varying purposes in our current time of uncertainty. The conversation began in the previous part of the episode.
A VerySpatial Podcast - Episode 649
This week we look at some news around drones and information literacy and we begin the first part of a conversation about geoviz for information sharing.
Amazon gets ok to test drone delivery Parrot gets Army contract AI and ML in geospatial Examples from conversation WVDE Schools Re-Entry Map WVDHHR Dashboard
A VerySpatial Podcast - Episode 648
We start with a general chat, but we do mention the White Houses Science Office's question of what should they do to protect GPS, and changing perspectives about Google Maps.
A VerySpatial Podcast - Episode 647
WoldView Legion launching in 2021 Garmin hit by Ransomware NSRS modernization delayed Congressional opposition to Ligado continues to grow through letters to FCC MyGalileoDrone competition announced Mars Perseverance launch Cool Stuff:
GRASS GIS turns 37 and gets a new look on the web Events Corner:
NearMap Navig8 - available Indiana Geographic Information Council - Sept 29-Oct 1, Virtual AAG - April 7-11, Seattle/Virtual
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Been absolutely loving their conversations on GIS and geography. Especially liked the recent philosophical episode on Space and Place. :)