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Earth Observation, platforms and data

March 25, 2020 1 min read

Earth Observation, platforms and data

 A podcast for the geospatial community

Today on the podcast I am joined by Dr. Aliastair Graham. Dr. Graham has been on the podcast before sharing his insights into the industry of remote sensing and earth observation and what the future might look like. This time we dive a little deeper and talk about the differences between remote sensing and earth observation, Aliastair walks us through 4 major data collection platforms and the data that these platforms provide and where and how we might find it. 

 

This episode is sponsored by GraphHopper 

GraphHopper provides web services to add for route planning, navigation and route optimization to your application in the food delivery industry or for traveling salesmen. 

 

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