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Tuesday, August 16th, 2016

IJDE CAll FOR PAPERS: Arctic and High Altitude Mountain Cold Regions: Sustainable Earth Observations and Climate Change

IJDE CAll FOR PAPERS_Arctic and High Altitude Mountain Cold Regions: Sustainable Earth Observations and Climate Change Aim The Artic, Antarctic as well as the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau are typical Earth cold regions where snow and ice dominate the local environment, and impact the global climate. These areas also exhibit strong sensitivity to global climate change and

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016

New Understanding of Digital Earth Comes to Russia

An international exhibition and scientific Congress in Siberia, Russia was organized, standing as an international platform for presenting significant scientific outlook and for academic exchange in the domain of geospatial information for 12 years. On 20-22 April, this activity Interexpo GEO-Siberia-2016, was held in Novosibirsk, aiming to foster discussions among policymakers and researchers about the

Monday, February 29th, 2016

How far have we progressed against the Digital Earth vision?

If you’re like many geospatial professionals, the Jan. 1998 speech by then-Vice President Al Gore at the California Science Center sparked a broader awareness of what all aligned geospatial technologies could one day become. The title, “The Digital Earth: Understanding our planet in the 21st Century,” set the tone for a talk with its roots

Wednesday, November 25th, 2015

AGI Foresight Report 2020 – Location Intelligence Vital to Connecting a ‘Digital Earth’

November 25, 2015 — Technology and geospatial experts have come together to contribute to a new report which gives insight into the issues, which they believe will have a significant impact on our economy, environment and society over the next five years.

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

How soon until we see a seamless high-resolution digital Earth?

It’s been a while since we’ve had a truly breakthrough mapping platform. We’re coming up on the tenth anniversary of the creation of Google Maps (Feb. 2005) and the corresponding commercialization of Google Earth (June 2005). The open source NASA World Wind is another mature, but open source, variety of online world viewer, and there

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

Hellenic Centre becomes the first accredited Centre of Excellence is a European Centre dealing with geographic (geo-)media in school at European level. It was established as a result of the Comenius network, funded by the European Commission. The goal of the network of Centres of Excellence is to share and promote innovative practices and to persuade decision makers of the importance of