Continuing with the new format started last month, here is the June technology report.
Batteries: Okay this one is a bit dated but still cool as flexible batteries are the next big thing to hit the market if you believe … Read more
Yep, you guessed it, another month of headline dumps from my list of cool technological advancements coming down the pipeline. Let’s jump right into it folks!
Government research suggests that the wonder material graphene could be used to clean the … Read more
Moving on from our continued focus on solar technology, now it is time to go through my backlog of random but cool advancements I found over the past months – again in no particular order.
Could airplanes fly longer than … Read more
In this monthly feature, we span the globe to examine Our Changing Landscape with time series of medium resolution RapidEye satellite imagery. The RapidEye archive dates back to late 2008 and already contains more than 7 billion square kilometers of … Read more
In a continued effort to get caught up on some of the technological advancements in solar energy production, my focus remains here this month with a list of stories that caught my attention in no particular order.
5 to 10% … Read more
Okay, so people who read my signed articles in The Geospatial Times know that I am a bit of a nerd. And holding true to this tradition, I start each of my work days by combing over news headlines on … Read more
In last month’s technology focus, we looked at advancements in batteries; and in December, we pivot to a collection of fun and random ideas that recently caught my attention.
Turning waste streams into energy sources will surely be a focal … Read more
As you might be able to tell, a good bit of my focus in The Geoospatial Times this month and last has been on the 2013 Boulder Floods and their aftermath. Experiencing a natural event on the scale of the … Read more