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Digital twins – not just a buzzword

  Digital twins are enabled by cloud infrastructure but are they being driven by data density or the need for more information?  What is real-time data and why it's not a real-time problem? We even manage to weave a robotic dog called spot and a referenc...

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Build Your Own SaaS

Wouldn't it be great to be able to turn your Python scripts into business? this episode is about a platform that can help you do that.   Jakub Dziwisz -Founder & CEO @ Orbify, http://orbify.com   Consider supporting this podcast on Patreon  https://www.p...

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Getting Your Dream Job in Earth Observation

This is Eric Jensen's story about how he moved from academia to the private sector. This story involves informational interviews, social media, networking, a personal website, professional podcasts, and a fancy CV template ... but it all started with the...

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Fake Satellite Imagery

Well if the title does not grab your attention then this episode is not for you! This episode is all about using AI to generate satellite imagery using something called generative adversarial networks ( GANs ). That might sound scary if you have not used...

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Cloud Native Geospatial

What is cloud-native geospatial? what are the components of a cloud-native environment? where are we now and what does this mean for the future of our industry.    Chris Holmes https://twitter.com/opencholmes https://cholmes.medium.com/   Support the pod...

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Python Maps

This is the story about how a computational chemist moved away from academia and into the geospatial industry and then started to build a brand around creating beautiful maps using python.    DR. ADAM SYMINGTON https://twitter.com/pythonmaps https://www....

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Mentorship, Leadership and Career Advice

Denise is a strategic advisor, partnership builder and presenter with over 20 years of experience with the global geospatial community ... short Denise is remarkable!    Connect with Denise here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/denisemckenzie/ https://twitte...

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The Role Of Geospatial In Open Source Intelligence

The link between geospatial, journalism, and open-source intelligence   Michael Cruickshank  https://twitter.com/MJ_Cruickshank https://www.michaelcruickshank.me/   If you are interested in Google Earth Engine check out the episode https://mapscaping.com...

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Geospatial Design and User Experience Can Reduce The Time To Science

How is design going to reduce the time to science? what is the difference between design and user experience when we think about geospatial interfaces?   Jeff Siarto from Element84 is here to help!   Consider supporting this podcast on Patreon https://ww...

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Business Ideas For Geospatial People

You don't have to be a big organization to create a business or side hustle around your geospatial skills. If you are looking for examples and ideas ... this episode is for you.    If you enjoyed this episode check out "Geospatial Side hustles"  https://...

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Mapping Oceans With Sound And Mapping the Sound In The Oceans

This episode covers a lot of ground but look out for these key topics  The difference between Soundsheds and Soundscapes Sound is how we see underwater ( acoustic daylight ) The ocean of things Whales might be the cube satellites of the ocean We know mor...

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Urban Grammar- Form, Function, Culture and Satellite Imagery

What if we could classify landscapes based on Form and Function? Could we use those classifications to train a model to recognize Form and Function ( Culture ) in satellite imagery?     Please Help support this podcast!  https://www.patreon.com/MapScapin...

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Geospatial Geology

Did you know that you can use GNSS to monitor a volcano? or the rise and fall of an acquirer? this episode made me realize that GNSS is more than simply a means of locating something on earth, it's a way of understanding how the earth's crust is moving! ...

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A Voice Interface for Geospatial Data

What if you could ask a voice assistant to perform a geospatial query? and what if there was a way to access your geo data via a screenless device?  ... well now you can! 

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From Hardware to Geospatial Software

Maxime Lenormand is a aerospace mechanical engineer turned geospatial data scientist, he is also relatively new to the earth observation world.  This is a episode about how  Max ended up in Geo and why he decided to more from hardware to software. But it...

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What Is Your Idea?

This episode might not be for you, it might not be what you signed up for. It's a solo episode all about ideas, being an advocate for our ideas, and how we get them to spread.   I hope your 2022 is off to the best possible start! 

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Voice Message

I have to break my promise to you in the short term in order to keep it in the long term.      Podcast recommendations  Akimbo: A Podcast from Seth Godin - an episode called Ignore sunk costs Hidden Brain How I Built This With Guy Raz - Planet: Will Mars...

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GEDI space lasers

GEDI stands for Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation .. so, No, I have not misspelled JEDI  This episode is all about using space Lidar to make precise measurements of forest canopy height, canopy vertical structure with the goal of measuring the carbon ...

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Cube Satellites Of The Stratosphere

Urbansky is using stratospheric balloons as an earth observation platform! you might be wondering how you steer a balloon? keep it at a stable height? or get it back to earth?  ... if you are wondering how all of this is possible then you are in luck! th...

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Geospatial Education As A Service

This episode is not just about how to be better at teaching and helping students learn geospatial skills and concepts, it's also about building and selling online courses. It's about education as a service and how we make the service as assessable as pos...

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The Planetary Computer

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 app...

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