Features

  • Climate Migrants

    By on February 10, 2017

    Climate change is already displacing thousands of people. There is little doubt that the coming decades will see a…

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  • Lidar is Key to Autonomous Vehicles

    By on February 9, 2017

    Once Mass delayed, self-driving cars promise to reduce dramatically the number of traffic fatalities, because they will never be…

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  • Supporting Agenda 2030’s Sustainable Development Goals

    By on October 11, 2016

    In October 2015, the United Nations’ Plenary agreed on Agenda 2030, the “Road to Dignity,” as the Secretary General…

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  • Robots of the Deep

    By on October 8, 2016

    We have mapped the surface of the Moon at a resolution of 328 feet. We have mapped the surface…

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  • From Selling Pixels to Selling Answers

    By on June 30, 2016

    This series of articles began in our Fall 2015 issue by focusing on the impact on vendors and users…

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  • Freeing Slaves from the High Seas

    By on June 30, 2016

    In May 2015, former slave fisherman Myint Naing, 40, was reunited with his family after 22 years. He was…

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  • The Power of Trees: Decreasing the Carbon Footprint

    By on June 30, 2016

    Natural resource management in cities is a tough gig. Managers have to plan for the health and longevity of…

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  • Synergy

    By on June 30, 2016

    More than ever before, companies are developing solutions on Open Source technology, or they’re opening up their APIs for…

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  • The GEOINT Revolution

    By on May 13, 2016

    It is time to stop looking backwards—the world has changed and the coming revolution will force us to adapt….

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  • Planet Labs

    By on May 13, 2016

    THE ADVENT OF MASS-PRODUCED, MINIATURE satellites is radically changing Earth observation by vastly increasing the imagery’s “refresh rate.” San…

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