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Our favorite satellite imagery of 2016

The most striking Earth imagery from a year in orbit<p>Over the last twelve months dozens of our small satellites have been orbiting Earth at a speed of …

This Map Shows Ecosystems Most Affected by U.S. Consumption

For all the talk of American manufacturing, it's pretty difficult to find products that come solely from the U.S. anymore. In the quest for new …

Biodiversity

What Happens When You Combine Artificial Intelligence and Satellite Imagery

Facebook (fb) has a vested interest in helping the 4.2 billion people who still lack reliable Internet access find their way online. But when the …

Wherever they go, there you are: Geo-location mobile marketing automation (webinar)

<b>Join us for this live webinar on Wednesday, September 23 at 10 a.m. Pacific, 1 p.m. Eastern. Register here for free.</b><p>With almost 200 million Americans owning smartphones, and those phones carried with them wherever they go, marketers have an unprecedented opportunity to reach consumers. Forget …

GeoTagging

Space agency Alliance joins the Struggle Against Ebola

An international collaboration of space agencies that provides free satellite imagery and data to assist disaster responses is now supporting efforts …

The 2014 edition of the master GIS training confirms the success of UNOSAT hands-on learning formula

22 April 2014, Geneva, Switzerland – The fourth edition of the UNOSAT master training on “Geo-Information in Disaster Situations” was delivered by …

The World Has Lost an Unbelievable Amount of Forest Since 1999

New high-resolution maps show that we've gobbled up green space more than twice the size of Texas.<p>It can be difficult to picture the rapid and widespread destruction of the world's forests, though many of us live in cities plucked clean of woodland. But scientists have done just that with these …