Today DigitalGlobe released high-resolution satellite images of the wildfires burning in Northern California. These wildfires have killed at least 21 people, destroyed at least 3,500 structures, and burned more than 115,000 acres. In the above link, you’ll find imagery of the Santa Rosa, Calif., area taken yesterday and today.
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From Esri… This Esri Interactive Map presents the enriched Shakemap of the M 7.1 Earthquake near Puebla, Mexico to show the potential impact to population and households in the area.
Today DigitalGlobe released high-resolution satellite images that show the damage inflicted by the Sept. 19 earthquake in Mexico City.
Leading provider of aerial imagery and property data analytics flying and capturing imagery to accelerate Hurricane Irma response.
Brampton, ON – MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. (“MDA” or the “Company”) (TSX:MDA), a global communications and information company, celebrates a milestone achievement of the successful operation of the MDA-built Alpha Particle X-Ray Spectrometer (APXS), a scientific instrument carried on the Mars rover Curiosity. Developed with principle investigator Dr. Ralf Gellert of the University of Guelph for the Canadian Space […]
As Hurricane Irma churned through the Caribbean and up Florida’s coast, DigitalGlobe’s satellites have been capturing high-resolution images of the storm’s damage. Imaging in the Caribbean became possible over the weekend as the clouds moved out of the area.
WorldView-4 Imagery To Become Available To All Commercial Customers On August 31
FORT COLLINS, Colorado/FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas – To assist with Hurricane Harvey and Irma emergency response and damage assessments efforts, Remote GeoSystems, Inc. is pleased to announce the donation and free availability of LineVision™ softwarelicenses to official agency, volunteer and non-profit drone operators.
An update from Fort Bend County, Texas and their recent use of Esri Startup company, GroundVu, for obtaining 3D imagery of flood areas.
NASA and NOAA satellites have been providing valuable satellite imagery to forecasters at the National Hurricane Center, and revealed that Hurricane Irma has strengthened to a Category 5 hurricane on Sept. 5 around 8 a.m. EDT (1200 UTC).