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A podcast for geospatial people. Weekly episodes that focus on the tech, trends, tools, and stories from the geospatial world. Interviews with the people that are shaping the future of GIS, geospatial as well as practitioners working in the geo industry. This is a podcast for the GIS and geospatial community subscribe or visit https://mapscaping.com to learn more
 
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Microsoft is building a Planetary Computer. The Planetary Computer combines a multi-petabyte catalog of global environmental data with intuitive APIs, a flexible scientific environment that allows users to answer global questions about that data, and applications that put those answers in the hands of conservation stakeholders. https://planetarycom…
 
This is not a deep dive technical explanation of all things Landsat, it's a brief overview of the Landsat mission, what it takes to launch a Landsat satellite, how the data get back to earth, and what it is used for. There is also a brief discussion of Landsat next ... the future of Landsat ;) You can access Landsat data here https://landsat.gsfc.n…
 
OSGeoLive is a self-contained bootable DVD, USB thumb drive, or Virtual Machine based on Lubuntu, that allows you to try a wide variety of open source geospatial. It's not just a bunch of open source geospatial tools it's an environment for geospatial tools. Thanks to Astrid Emde and OSGeo Find out more about OSGeoLive here https://live.osgeo.org/ …
 
This is not a podcast episode about collecting data from a plane! it's a podcast episode about the possibilities of large-scale aerial mapping using only RGB data and the challenges you face along the way. Dr. Michael Bewley from www.nearmap.com Remember to Subscribe :) and Share this podcast with a friend! Learn more at https://mapscaping.com Happ…
 
Labels matter and if we are talking about Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, Deep Learning then they matter a lot! but what is labeled data? how is it different from tagging, annotating, or segmentation? This podcast episode is an introduction to creating training data for AI algorithms and if you are new to AI or just want to understa…
 
Perhaps you have thought about starting your own Geospatial business or maybe you are just curious about the kind of people that do venture into the world of entrepreneurship within the geospatial industry. Carly Morris, head of Geovation gives us an insight into the kind of geospatial founders she is looking for and the kinds of problems these fou…
 
Monitoring flooding from space is hard, even for a radar that can look through clouds and operate at night! Shay Strong from ICEYE walks us through some of the challenges around creating a reliable and predictable flood monitoring process and explains why the technology is not the hard part. Reach out to Shay on Twitter at @shaybstrong ! If you wan…
 
Calculating the location of your mobile device ( the blue dot ) is not as straightforward as you might imagine. It involves databases of wifi hotspots, 3D city models, IMU's, GNSS, your proximity to cell towers, and maybe something called visual positioning. Ed Parsons - Googles Geospatial Technologist explains previous podcast episode that you mig…
 
What does it mean to be a certified geospatial professional? what are the requirements? what does the process look like and who is this for. Tony Spicci the Executive Director of the GIS Certification Institute joins us today to answer these questions. GIS Certification Institute https://www.gisci.org/ Remember to Subscribe :) Share this podcast wi…
 
Have you ever thought about starting your own side hustle? working on something with the hopes of it turning into a full-time gig? This is all about selling maps online, geospatial content as a service, and geospatial freelancing gigs. This episode is a bit different from what you are used to ... let me know what you think. https://www.etsy.com/dk-…
 
OpenTopography provides community access to high-resolution, topography data, related tools, and resources ... FOR FREE! OpenTopograhy.org Sponsored by Regrid.com Leading provider of land parcels and location context data for your maps, apps, and spatial analysis. Remember to Subscribe :) Share this podcast with a friend! Join the email list https:…
 
GeoNode is a geospatial content management system, a platform for the management and publication of geospatial data. Maybe think of it as an open-source ArcGIS Online. Luis Bermudez CEO at GeoSolutions USA https://www.linkedin.com/in/bermudez/ https://www.geosolutionsgroup.com/ Geoserver Podcast episode https://mapscaping.com/blogs/the-mapscaping-p…
 
Drone LiDAR might generate 2 -300 points per square meter but how do you filter it? why choose to collect LiDAR from drones instead of from the ground? what are breaklines and how to ground truth drone LiDAR If you don't know the answer to any or one of these questions then this episode is for you ;) Connect with Lukas Fraser from NV5 here on Linke…
 
This episode is a behind-the-scenes look at the hiring process for geospatial jobs. What might the hiring process look like, who are the gatekeepers and what are they looking for? Nathan Heazlewood - Business Consulting Lead at Eagle Technology https://www.linkedin.com/in/nheazlewood/ Sponsored by Regrid.com Leading provider of land parcels and loc…
 
Joe Morrison has built a personal brand in the geospatial industry. This is how he did and how you can do the same thing! This is the second half of a conversation with Joe, for more context listen to the previous podcast episode called "The Problem With Satellite Data Is ...That It Is Not A Commodity" Joe Morrison on Twitter https://twitter.com/mo…
 
There has been so much talk about satellite data and what we can do with it lately that it feels like we should all be swimming in satellite data, the problem is that satellite data is not a commodity. Joe Morrison on Twitter https://twitter.com/mouthofmorrison Joe's email newsletter https://joemorrison.substack.com/ SpatioTemporal Asset Catalog (S…
 
Carolyn Koestner hated the introduction to the GIS course but now she is working towards earning GISP, certification as a GIS professional - how did that happen? Connect with Carolyn on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ckoestner/ Remember to Subscribe :) Share this podcast with a friend! Join the email list https://mapscaping.com/podcast Happ…
 
OpenDroneMap is an open-source photogrammetry toolkit to process aerial imagery into maps and 3D models. https://docs.opendronemap.org/ PDAL GDAL QGIS Remember to Subscribe :) Share this podcast with a friend! Join the email list https://mapscaping.com/podcast Happy to connect with you on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielodonohue/…
 
Adam Black is an early-stage GIS professional currently working full time as a GIS technician working for a transit authority. This is his journey, how he got his first job, what networking has meant in terms of his career and why he is excited about a career in GIS. Connect with Adam Here - https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamblack98/ Remember to Subs…
 
MapStore is an Open Source highly modular Web GIS framework. It is used to create, manage and share maps, dashboards, and stories created by mixing geospatial contents served from sources like OpenStreetMap, Bing, or from servers adhering to OGC standards like WFS, CSW, WMS and WMTS. https://www.geosolutionsgroup.com/ Try MapStore here https://maps…
 
Maybe you have thought about starting your own business? about being your own boss. Helen Cooper is the founder of https://www.mapitout.co.uk/ and today on the podcast she shares how and why she started her own geospatial consultancy business with the hope of providing insight into how you might start yours. Helen Cooper on Twitter @HelenOfStow CAR…
 
More and more geospatial applications are moving from the desktop to the web browser and in order for this to make sense, we need to be able to stream data from a server to the client. But what is streamable data? what formats or protocols are streamable? and what advantage does this give us once we have the data in the web client? Joris Schouteden…
 
PDAL is like GDAL just for point clouds ... and maybe we should be thinking about point clouds as the third data type? Howard Butler on Twitter @howardbutler Hobu Inc pdal.io https://entwine.io/ https://potree.entwine.io/ http://cesium.entwine.io/ Remember to Subscribe :) Share this podcast with a friend! Join the email list https://mapscaping.com/…
 
Kathryn Berger, Data Science team leader at agrimetrics.co.uk shares her journey into data science and what for the skills and qualities she looks for when hiring data scientists for her team. Geospatial Women+ speakers database https://speakers.womeningeospatial.org/speakers Remember to Subscribe :) Share this podcast with a friend! Join the email…
 
GeoServer is an open-source server for sharing geospatial data. Designed for interoperability, it publishes data from any major spatial data source using open standards Geoserver.org Simone Giannecchini Founder and Director https://www.geosolutionsgroup.com/ More information on Cloud Optimized GeoTiff at https://www.cogeo.org/ Thanks to OSGeo.org f…
 
A case study using earth observation and AI to identify and classify buildings as part of a larger risk mapping exercise in Ho Chi Minh City. Elizabeth Duffy also shares insights into the future relationship between earth observation and in situ measurements, how AI is changing our understanding of what possible, and where earth observation can pro…
 
Sophie Willett shares her journey from University to becoming a Graduate Geospatial Consultant. If you are looking for some insight into what a graduate position might look like and what is important during the application process this is the podcast episode for you. This episode is part of a mini-series that focuses on Students and early-stage geo…
 
If you have heard the terms AI, Machine Learning, or Deep Learning you might understand some of the applications of these technologies but not necessarily know how they work. If that is the case then this is the podcast episode for you. Daniel Whitenack, Data Scientist and host of the Practical AI podcast gives us a really great introduction to Art…
 
Muthukumar Kumar is the managing editor at Geoawesomeness.com and a Localisation Engineer. This episode is all about being visible online, what having a positive online profile might mean for your career and your professional network. This episode is sponsored by SafeGraph.com https://www.placekey.io/ is a free, universal standard identifier for an…
 
GDAL is a critical piece of geospatial infrastructure. GDAL is open-source software and is sometimes pronounced “goo-doll” (a bit like goo-gle), while others pronounce it “gee-doll,” and others pronounce it “gee-dall.” In this episode, Paul Ramsey walks us through what GDAL is, where it can be found in the wild and the business model that ensures t…
 
Satellite imagery has been successfully used to detect and count a number of wildlife species in open landscapes and seascapes where target animals have a strong contrast with their environment. Tom McHugh, CEO, and Founder of The Icon Group has been working on a way for using earth observation to carry a livestock inventory in an agricultural sett…
 
"If you are of the mindset that data is power, and if I give away my data then I give away my power. That mindset is about 20 years out of date!" Access to data and how it might have a dramatic impact on local economies, how we make room for unexpected contributors like Dr. John Snow, and mindset to support unrestricted access. Frank Winters https:…
 
This week we look at two innovative projects based on GNSS positioning technologies. A podcast episode about SBAS Or look for this episode in the back catalog of MapScaping Podcast episodes SATELLITE-BASED AUGMENTATION SYSTEM - A BASE STATION IN THE SKY Remember to Subscribe :) Share this podcast with a friend! Join the email list https://mapscapin…
 
Super Resolution - what it is, how it works, and the pro's and con's - Along the way, you will learn a little bit about computer vision in the earth observation domain UP42 Free Trial is available here! https://up42.com/pricing A podcast episode about UP42 - check out episode 32 - A Marketplace for Geospatial Data and Workflows https://mapscaping.c…
 
https://jenningsanderson.com/ Remember to Subscribe :) Share this podcast with a friend! Join the email list https://mapscaping.com/podcast Happy to connect with you on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielodonohue/저자 MapScaping
 
The Open Geospatial Consortium ( OGC ) is connecting people, communities, and technology to solve global challenges and address everyday needs. check out episode 43 - The Evolution of geospatial file formats and data exchange - with Dale Lutz ( Co-Founder of SafeSoftware ) You might also enjoy this episode about data formats :) Remember to Subscrib…
 
Google Earth Engine combines a multi-petabyte catalog of satellite imagery and geospatial datasets with planetary-scale analysis capabilities and makes it available for scientists, researchers, and developers for free to detect changes, map trends, and quantify differences on the Earth's surface. Qiusheng Wu Twitter @giswqs wetlands.io A podcast ep…
 
All those things we never talk about in terms of our careers in geospatial, is this the right career path for me? where to next? how do I get to where I want to be? Thierry Gregorius - a coach who specializes in the digital and geospatial sectors shares some insights into what to think about if you have any of these questions. Thierry Gregorius - h…
 
An unprecedented scientific effort to scan the entire surface of the Earth before it’s too late. https://www.theeartharchive.com/ Sponsored by Picterra.ch Guide to Earth Observation data and satellite imagery sources http://bit.ly/Picterra-satellite-sources Remember to Subscribe :) Share this podcast with a friend! Join the email list https://mapsc…
 
Applications of SAR include topography, oceanography, glaciology, geology (for example, terrain discrimination and subsurface imaging), and forestry, including forest height, biomass, deforestation ... the list is long. But before you can do all that you need to know what SAR is and how it works. Guest - Eric Jensen from ICEYE.com Check out Sisters…
 
Why and how to move from being a GIS Analyst to a Software Engineer. How the two career paths differ and what you need to consider when applying for software engineering positions Dan Mahr on Twitter https://twitter.com/Dmahr Sponsored by Picterra.ch Guide to Earth Observation data and satellite imagery sources http://bit.ly/Picterra-satellite-sour…
 
Building a 4D Volumetric "Digital Twin" of the Planet using voxels. If you are unfamiliar with voxels, think of them as 3D pixels and in this case, each voxel can exist in an infinite number of time states which gives them a fourth dimension. https://www.voxelmaps.com/ Remember to Subscribe :) Share this podcast with a friend! Join the email list h…
 
This week I am joined by Todd Barr, here are a few of the topics that come up during the conversation. SQL and confidence are must-have skills Mentors, champions, and superheroes Diversity in the geospatial community Todd Barr on Twitter Todd Barr on LinkedIn The Mappyist hour podcast Women In Geospatial Sponsored by Picterra Guide to Earth Observa…
 
Previously, with only one constellation and GPS, you could see perhaps two or three satellites and quickly lose the positioning within the city. This is now rare to see in devices that do not support multi constellations. Plus, all the constellations are built to be compatible with each other — all the receivers that can see multiple constellations…
 
Knowing the depth and shape of the seafloor (bathymetry) is fundamental for understanding ocean circulation, tides, tsunami forecasting, fishing resources, sediment transport, environmental change, underwater geo-hazards, infrastructure construction and maintenance, and much more. Despite many years of effort, less than 20 percent of the world ocea…
 
Sarah Taigel, a professional geographer shares some insight into what a career path might look like, some of the pivots she has made along the way from developing GIS products and services to working as a geographer and interfacing with stakeholders. Sarah Taigel LinkedIn Twitter The SlowWays project https://slowways.uk/ Remember to Subscribe :) Sh…
 
Augmented reality (AR) is an interactive experience where the objects that reside in the real world are enhanced by computer-generated perceptual information. Tory Smith Remember to Subscribe :) Share this podcast with a friend! Join the email list https://mapscaping.com/podcast Happy to connect with you on LinkedIn…
 
Satellite-based Augmentation System or SBAS can augment standalone Global Navigation Satellite Systems such as GPS in a number of areas including accuracy, integrity, and availability. It works by collecting raw positioning data from Continuously Operating Reference Stations (CORS) in the region, computing error corrections and disseminating these …
 
OpenLayers makes it easy to put a dynamic map on any web page. It can display map tiles, vector data, and markers loaded from any source. "The web is the future of programming and the web is built on HTML, HTML has one first-class programming language JavaScript" https://openlayers.org/ Remember to Subscribe :) Share this podcast with a friend! Joi…
 
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