Career chat with Martha Morrisey, machine learning engineer at Pachama

In this video, Robin speaks with Martha Morrisey, a machine learning engineer at Pachama, to gain insights into her experience and career path in this field. Discover Martha's journey and the role of a machine learning engineer at Pachama. Pachama is a company that aims to fight climate change by using remote sensing data and machine learning to measure and monitor carbon capture and storage projects in forests.

Geobusiness, women in GIS, mentorship and more, with Cyhana Williams

Cyhana is a UX Researcher with Microsoft and Co-Founder of African Women in GIS (AWiGIS). AWiGIS is an online community for African women worldwide who study, work or are enthusiasts about the geospatial industry. In this episode, she shared her experience working with geospatial data in her community.

Algae blooms, satellite data, and environmental sciences with Africa Flores-Anderson

Africa Flores-Anderson is a Research Scientist at the University of Alabama Huntsville (UAH) Earth System Science Center, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences at McGill University, and a Vanier Scholar. In this episode, Flores talks about geospatial technologies for environmental sciences.

Satellite data for faster, better disaster response with Rohini Sampoornam Swaminathan

Rohini Sampoornam Swaminathan is the Head of Geospatial Support Unit at the UN World Food Programme. She focuses on geospatial applications in Disaster Risk Reduction, environmental management, international development, food security and health. In this episode, Rohini talks about her journey to Earth observation.

GeoawesomeTalk with Magdalena Manilal

In this latest episode of #GeoawesomeTalk, Muthukumar Kumar had the pleasure to talk with Magalena Manilal, Managing Partner and Product Manager @mapcreator-io about the evolution of MapCreator, her own journey in the industry and their animated maps product launch.

Making 0.5m DEM from satellite data | GeoawesomeTalk with Laura Henrichs @Airbus

I had the pleasure to have a #GeoawesomeTalk with Laura Henrichs - Marketing Product Manager Elevation, 3D & GCPs @Airbus. We've discussed the new excellent Elevation 0.5 product that brings Digital Elevation Models and Digital Surface Models, as well as 3D photogrammetry data processing from satellite data, to the next level. It uses Earth Observation data from the new Pléiades Neo constellation and gives unexpected levels of detail.

The Geographic Approach For Utilities | Matt Piper – Global Director Industry Solutions @Esri

Matt Piper from Esri gives us a tour of how power and utilities can use a wide portfolio of Esri tools to manage their assets and operations

Enhanced Utility Vegetation Management Through Persistent Monitoring | Antony Palizzi @LiveEO

Antony Palizzi, Director of Sales @LiveEO gives us insights into how LiveEO extracts valuable insights from satellite imagery and turns them into knowledge used by utilities around the world.

Regrid’s Esri-Compatible Feature Service | #GeoawesomeTalk with Sahana Murthy from Regrid

In this latest episode of #GeoawesomeTalk, Muthukumar Kumar had the pleasure to talk with Sahana Murthy, Chief Product Officer at @Regrid about their latest offering - an Esri-compatible Feature Service. Regrid's new Feature Service delivers their nationwide land parcel data straight into Esri environments for enterprises centered on Esri technologies.

Remote Sensing Opportunities to Enhance Vegetation Management Operations | Patrick Howe @HydroOne

Patrick Howe - Business Manager for Forestry Services @HydroOne in Canada gives us an overview of what the utilities Vegetation Management process looks like in real-world and how it can be supported by Earth Observation and Geospatial technologies

Anyone can create maps, even animated maps! | Magdalena Muhr @Mapcreator

Mapcreator is an annotated mapping tool that helps you create branded maps as easy and quick as possible. Thesolution takes away the most time-consuming part of making maps and turns it into only minutes of work.

Creating effective map videos and animations

Haven't registered yet for the event? Register here: Join @Boone Loves Video, @Mapcreator and Paul Franz on October 18th 2022 to learn about Map videos! That's right map videos, not static maps! For centuries beautiful maps crafted by cartographers captivated the imagination of explorers and their wealthy patrons. In the past century, maps have become central characters in newsrooms helping the masses understand key information in a single glance. Advances in technology meant that it is now easier than ever for anyone to incorporate maps in their storytelling. However, maps are still static characters in most stories. It's time for maps to be more animated. The future of maps in storytelling is going to be map videos!

Join The Top Hackathon on Space and Earth Observation!

Join the top #Hackathon on #Space 🚀 and #EarthObservation. This time the challenge will be to connect data from space 🌏 with the #FinancialSector with the aim of making it more #sustainable 🌱. Learn more here and register until October 27. #CassiniHackathons

Building the Modern Geospatial Data Stack – Ramiro Aznar

Creating the digital atlas of the world | GeoawesomeTalk with Amir Farhand CEO of Soar.Earth

We had the pleasure to have a #GeoawesomeTalk with Amir Farhand, CEO and founder of @Soar.Earth

How Google Remapped the World | The Tech Behind | WSJ

Google Maps has transformed the way that we navigate the world, make decisions, and think about our privacy in the 17 years since its launch. Here’s an inside look at how it works and what’s next.

Jeffrey Lewis: The Work of an Open Source Intelligence Researcher – MBM #27

Jeffrey Lewis is a Professor at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey and one of the most influential people in the Open Source Intelligence Community. He is also the host of the "Arms Control Wonk" podcast.

Tackling Climate by Monitoring Vegetation with Satellite Data

Indra Den Bakker is the CEO & Co-Founder of Overstory, a company providing vegetation information to electric utility companies about the state of (mostly) trees around power lines by using high resolution satellite imagery. This can lead to prevention of wildfires by finding hazardous vegetation before it falls on a line.

How to buy and download satellite data for your geospatial project?

Buying satellite data isn’t an easy process. This video tutorial shows you how to quickly and effectively buy satellite data online using UP42 marketplace and platform. In the video, we bought a small 50cm Pleiades satellite imagery for about €32. Check out our EO-Hub section to learn more about the applications of satellite data across different sectors and use cases.

The future of Earth Observation: Society, Sustainability and Open Data (NASA, Geo, Space Tec)

A discussion panel on "The future of Earth Observation: Society, Sustainability and Open Data" with Laurent Durieux, SDG Coordinator @Group on Earth Observations, Dr Jeff Masek, Landsat Project Scientist at NASA, Annekatrien Debian, Manager, @ SpaceTec Partners and Dr Flávia de Souza Mendes, Remote Sensing Expert, Remote Sensing Solutions GmbH