Cartodyne is a highly skilled Geospatial and Disaster Management services firm that leverages decades of industry practice with modern tools to deliver solutions for business organizations as well as local and state municipalities.
This image and link below depicts the location of approximately 1,250 Low Earth Orbit, Medium Earth Orbit, and geosynchronous orbit satellites. If you click on one of them it will show you its orbit as well as its 24-hour trajectory shadow.
All satellite data provided by Space-Track.org, an organization that promotes space flight safety, protection of the space environment and the peaceful use of space worldwide by sharing space situational awareness services and information with U.S. and international satellite owners/operators, academia and other entities.
Esri has built a Story Map for venues in the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. Esri Story Maps let you combine authoritative maps with narrative text, images, and multimedia content. They make it easy to harness the power of maps and geography to tell your story.
If a new field data capture system were to be designed that leverages modern technology and avoids the historic challenges of field data collection, the wish list of functionality would at least include:
End to end digital data capture (no more field notebooks or subsequent manual transcription)
Real-time use of collected data (allows for immediate response or analysis)
Use existing equipment, but also accommodate enhancements (no new hardware requirements)
Flexible connectivity for rural or spotty coverage areas (disconnected editing)
This Esri Insider blog post details steps for your community to Prepare, Plan, and Recover for flooding, one of the most costly natural disasters that government agencies face. The screenshot below as well as those in the article are GIS web mapping applications being consumed by San Bernardino county California citizens, planning agencies, response teams, and field crews on computers, tablets, and smartphones.
The video below shows latest from Delft University of Technology: shrinking disk size to go with ongoing hardware miniaturization. I wonder when instead of “download my area” we can “download latest earth” on our mobile devices?