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Wildland fires are a growing problem in various regions of the world. Due to climate change and changing landscape conditions, there is an increase in fire risk and more frequent forest fires with significant impacts on nature and people....

source: Drone Life

The Coronavirus disease pandemic shook the global supply chain as out-of-stock paper products, buying limits for cleaning supplies and other critical delays revealed an instability that could no longer be repaired with old strategies....

source: Supply & Demand Chain Executive

It has been perceived for a while that the earlier geospatial data policy, with its archaic limitations, had been holding back the geospatial industry. Hence, when the Department of Science and Technology announced the new...

source: Geospatial World

As a part of their transformational journeys, cities are strengthening their geospatial infrastructure to unleash the power of spatial analytics, Internet of Things, big data and artificial intelligence to improve the quality of life for their citizens and strengthen resilience.

source: BW Smart Cities

For more than a half a century, Earth observation data has been presenting a synoptic view of our planet. Whether observing a region, a state, a country, or the globe, such a view is key for understanding Earth systems. In...

source: Directions Magazine

While the concept of “deepfakes,” or AI-generated synthetic imagery, has been decried primarily in connection with involuntary depictions of people, the technology is dangerous (and interesting) in other ways as well. For instance, researchers have shown that...

source: TechCrunch


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