When I started my adventure called grad school, I was actually a human geography major with a focus on African development. As such, my Free for All for this month is a shout out to the world of development. The … Read more
It has been a while since I featured a collection of free vector and raster files, so let’s reverse that trend this month. The folks at Natural Earth Data have a very nice collection of free GIS data that is … Read more
With the third, and yes, final edition of my G-FAQ series focused on Google Earth, this month’s Free for All is of course another GE add-on. For those of you who need a way to visualize geographic data that can … Read more
RapidEye, a leader in medium-resolution, wide-area, repetitive coverage of the Earth through its constellation of five satellites announced a positive update on the health and lifespan of its satellites. In addition, Michael Oxfort has been appointed to lead the development … Read more
Have you had a chance to test out our online imagery search engine, Image Hunter?
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Data storage is not free as we all know, and many geospatial files are really large, especially high resolution aerial and satellite imagery. In fact, the minimum size order of 50-cm color WorldView-2 satellite imagery with 16-bit depth has a … Read more
Have you had a chance to test out our online imagery search engine, Image Hunter? If not, give it a test drive now as all orders placed with Image Hunter will receive a 5% discount!
Image Hunter can be … Read more