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NASA And USGS Release First Landsat 9 Images

Landsat 9, a joint mission between NASA and the US Geological Survey (USGS) that launched Sept. 27, 2021, has collected its first light images of Earth. The images,...

What Is Deepfake Imagery?

In areas related to satellite imagery, deepfake imagery is becoming a problem for individuals and organizations alike. There is a growing worry that satellite...

Arctic Sea Ice Level Observation From 40 Years of Satellite Data

Throughout 2020, the Arctic Ocean and surrounding seas endured several notable weather/ climate events. In spring, a persistent heatwave over Siberia provoked the rapid melting...

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What was the Sandy Island’s [Mystery]? And How was solved?

The ‘ghost island’, Sandy Island, is back in the spotlight today despite the fact that its mystery was definitively solved in 1979. During a...

KLM Airlines Adopts Matterport Digital Twins to Transform Ground Operations and Engage Passengers

World’s longest running airline uses library of Matterport digital twins to improve operating efficiencies April 26, 2022 SUNNYVALE, Calif., -- Matterport, Inc. (Nasdaq: MTTR), the leading...

5 Reasons to attend GEO Business this May

Wednesday 18 May marks the return of GEO Business. The two-day event is a must-attend for anyone who wants to learn how to unlock...

Epic Games introduces new 3D photogrammetry app RealityScan

In addition to its work in the game dev space, Epic Games is on the cutting edge of technology, as evidenced by Unreal Engine...

LiDAR vs RADAR: What’s the Difference?

While the “LiDAR vs RADAR” question may seem confusing at first, the difference between the two isn’t really incredibly complicated. We’d like to make...