Scientists at the Department of Family and Social Medicine at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York composed a study using public participation GIS (PPGIS) to build maps of social determinants of diabetes and obesity in the Bronx, New York. … Read more
Traveling from Madrid, Spain to the next sister city on the list we arrive in Havana, Cuba. An obvious link here would be the shared language – Spanish – though English is also spoken throughout the island nation as well. … Read more
Do you ever wonder where the energy from the hot water you use to wash clothes or take a shower goes? The water runoff obviously goes to a treatment plant, and the energy (heat) goes with it, making the sewers … Read more
In this monthly feature, we span the globe to examine Our Changing Landscape with time series imagery stacks of medium resolution RapidEye satellite data. The RapidEye archive dates back to late 2008 and already contains more than 3 billion square … Read more
Have you considered Pléiades 1A imagery for your next geospatial project? If not, let the Apollo Mapping team show you how this new high-resolution data source can work for nearly every mapping and remote sensing application.
A variety of Pléiades … Read more
In this monthly article, we provide details on updates released each month to Astrium GEO’s 2.5-meter (m) SPOTMaps product. SPOTMaps is an orthorectified natural color imagery layer with coverage over more than 100 countries – totaling an impressive 84 million … Read more
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