GIS is a tool that enables us to make better, faster decisions about the world around us.Go to my latest blog post
EO data today should be a more attractive proposition than it has previously been. We are at a turning point, spatial and spectral resolution is improving and temporal coverage is reaching levels never previously reached. There has never been a better time to look into utilising EO data for your projects.
Machine Learning using Earth Observation is the new frontier. The change is in the quantity and quality of data. Copernicus and Landsat data are freely available to the public. The number of high resolution images (sub 1m pixels) is increasing and the price is falling.
Permit databases, ones that list landowners and contain information about whether permission has been granted or not, are very useful in planning a seismic survey. GIS presents an efficient way of working with permits.
Drive engagement with all users, present information in a clear simple way and produce meaningful analytics5 way to increase value for GIS in Oil and Gas
Learning. Whatever you do make sure you tailor it to your needs!
GIS and EO data combined into risk maps can significantly mitigate health and safety issues
GIS is an investment and one that offers significant returns. Making web GIS simple and inuitive will put information into the hands of everyone
Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Cloud Computing and GPU availability is changing the traditional view of 'remote sensing'Progress 2016 with 6 case examples
Processing EO data in the cloud is much easy than you may think
Spectral Processing using Python
Google Earth Engine is an amazing resource
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