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The Scene From Above podcast

Alastair Graham (@ajggeoger) and Andrew Cutts (@map_andrew) come together to present an informal podcast (@eoscenefrom) looking at the world of modern remote sensing and Earth observation. Fuelled by their passion for all things raster and geospatial, the #scenefromabove podcast aims to be a mix of news, opinion, discussion and interviews.

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SEASON 8 Episode 5: Mouth of Morrison

We talk to Joe Morrison from Azavea about satellite imagery aggregation, and whether it works as a business model. In the news we mention earth.nullschool, QGIS and S1/S2 ARD code. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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SEASON 8 EPISODE 4: DISASTER MONITORING

We talk to David Borges from NASA about using EO for disaster monitoring and response. In the news we mention . Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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SFA Snapshots: 4

Welcome to Scene From Above Snapshots – quickfire discussions on various topics. Enjoy! If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

SEASON 8 EPISODE 3: Conference chat

We have a chat about what we want from a conference. In the news we mention that Planet/KSAT/Airbus contract, GHGSat and SCP. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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SEASON 8 EPISODE 2: Platform Proliferation

We have a chat about whether there is platform overload. In the news we mention Sentinel 6, STAC and data fusion. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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SFA Snapshots: 3

Welcome to Scene From Above Snapshots – quickfire discussions on various topics. Enjoy! If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

SFA Snapshots: Summer Special

Welcome to Scene From Above Snapshots – quickfire discussions on various topics. Enjoy! If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

SEASON 8 EPISODE 1: SPACENET

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We have a fascinating discussion about the SpaceNet Challenges. In the news we mention geopandas, methane and Brazil Data Cube. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 7 Episode 6: Awesome eo code

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An absolute stack of news and a discussion about the Awesome EO Code project. In the news we mention RSPSoc 2020, STAC and the Geospatial Commission. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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SFA Snapshots: 2

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Welcome to Scene From Above Snapshots – quick-fire discussions on various topics. Enjoy!

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

SFA Snapshots: 1

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Welcome to Scene From Above Snapshots – quick-fire discussions on various topics. Enjoy!

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

Season 7 Episode 5: Drones

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Finally, we discuss drones! We interview Stefano Puliti about this data source In the news we mention FOSS4GUK:Online 2020, a PWC report and LiDAR. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 7 Episode 4: Constellation Consternation

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We discuss the fact that everyone seems to want a constellation these days. In the news we mention the Copernicus petition, Awesome-EO-Code and Sentinel 5P. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom
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Season 7 Episode 3: Up north

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We chat with Charlotte Bishop GRSG and Norway. In the news we mention the GROW Observatory, Himawari data and GEE (again). Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom
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Season 7 Episode 2: SERVIR

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We chat with Emil Cherrington from the SERVIR programme. In the news we mention the Amazon rainforest, Syria and ICEYE. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom
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Season 7 Episode 1: Career capers

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We’ll stop talking careers after this one, and get back to pure EO. Honest. In the news we mention Zooniverse, SAR 101 and Energeo. Amongst other things.

You can listen to S7E1, S6E6 and S2E3 as a mini-series about jobs in the EO sector.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom
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Season 6 Special Episode: MLHub

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A special episode where we talk to Hamed Alemohammad about developments with MLHub.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom
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Season 6 Episode 6: Just us

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Want to know what it’s like working for yourself in the EO sector. We mull it over. In the news we mention GEE, TRUTHS and Satellogic. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 6 Episode 5: Geospatial 2.0

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We talk to Josh Gilbert and Gopal Erinjippurath about their take on Geospatial 2.0. In the news we mention SentinelHub, Flying Labs and the Australian fires. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 6 Happy New Year

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Happy New Year! Alastair and Andrew hope that you have a great 2020. Thank you for all of your tweets, comments and downloads so far – let’s keep going!

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

Season 6 Episode 4: 2 years!

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This episode is our 2 year anniversary, so get ready for a relaxed chat about the EO sector as we see it. In the news we mention open books, GEE (again!) and wildfires. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 6 Episode 3: a STAC of goodness

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We talk to Chris Holmes about STAC and EO more widely. In the news we mention Spelfie, GEE tutorials and open SAR data. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 6 Episode 2: is AI hype?

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We discuss whether the use of AI in EO is too hyped! In the news we mention Sudan-Sat, gdal and Geotrellis. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 6 Episode 1: Ladies of Landsat

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We chat to Morgan from the Ladies of Landsat. In the news we mention hard lessons, pyimagesearch and green spaces. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 5 Episode 6: Is image interpretation dead?

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We discuss the merits of image interpretation. In the news we mention conferences, GDAL tutorials and Planet. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 5 Bonus

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Not everything goes smoothly! With the release of this (fun?) blooper real we want to acknowledge the brilliant support that this podcast has had from the Earth observation / remote sensing community. Thank you for all of your tweets, comments and downloads so far – let’s keep going!

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

Season 5 Episode 5: We know what you did

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We discuss different aspects of privacy in the context of EO and other technologies. In the news we mention Living Wales, Landsat Next and solar potential. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 5 Episode 4: Summer Shorts

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Something a bit different this time – chats with four people about how they interact with remote sensing data day-to-day.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 5 Episode 3: OpenEO

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We have a great chat about OpenEO with Matthias Mohr. In the news we mention machine learning, bridge monitoring and FOSS4G:UK. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 5 Episode 2: Is visualisation important?

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We discuss geospatial data visualisation. In the news we mention Python pointers, thermal sensors and Google Earth Engine. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 5 Episode 1: Xarray and more

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We chat to Robin Wilson about free GIS data, Xarray, NetCDF and Python. In the news we mention CBERS4a, data science jobs and AWS Ground Station. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 4 Episode 6: Open chat with Markus Neteler

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Markus Neteler talks to us about OSGeo, GRASS, Actinia and modern EO. In the news we mention Radiant Earth Foundation, Orbital Go and GDAL. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 4 Episode 5: DIAS Discussions

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Part two of our DIAS discussions. We talk about how the DIAS systems might work for users. In the news we mention meetings, DescartesLabs and OpenDroneMap. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom
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Season 4 Episode 4: DIAS Overview

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DIAS. What is it? Why is it? We discuss our first impressions in part one of a two part mini-series. In the news we mention SentinelSat, RADARSAT and deep learning. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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We need your help to make a special episode. We’d like to have an episode where we hear from you so we encourage you to record 2-3 minutes of audio (or write a couple of paragraphs) about what you think is exciting in remote sensing as you see it.
Please include your name and Twitter handle so we can name check you in the podcast. We’d be really interested to hear about cool things happening in your part of the world but please don’t make it a sales pitch for your own organisation – that won’t make the edit.
We reserve the right to edit what you send us so that it fits the podcast format but we’ll try to keep the message true to what you are trying to say.
You can send your contributions to scenefromabovepodcast@gmail.com
before April 25th 2019. We look forward to finding out what you have to say!

Season 4 Episode 3: Space for Smarter Government

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We interview Simon Agass about a new data release from the Space for Smarter Government programme. In the news we mention FOSS4G:UK, competitions and ice truckers. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom
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We need your help to make a special episode. We’d like to have an episode where we hear from you so we encourage you to record 2-3 minutes of audio (or write a couple of paragraphs) about what you think is exciting in remote sensing as you see it.
Please include your name and Twitter handle so we can name check you in the podcast. We’d be really interested to hear about cool things happening in your part of the world but please don’t make it a sales pitch for your own organisation – that won’t make the edit.
We reserve the right to edit what you send us so that it fits the podcast format but we’ll try to keep the message true to what you are trying to say.
You can send your contributions to scenefromabovepodcast@gmail.com
before April 25th 2019. We look forward to finding out what you have to say!

Season 4 Episode 2: Cubesats

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Cubesats are all the rage, but what are they and why should we care? In the news we mention GEOS, machine learning and a greener world. Amongst other things. If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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We need your help to make a special episode. We’d like to have an episode where we hear from you so we encourage you to record 2-3 minutes of audio (or write a couple of paragraphs) about what you think is exciting in remote sensing as you see it. Please include your name and Twitter handle so we can name check you in the podcast. We’d be really interested to hear about cool things happening in your part of the world but please don’t make it a sales pitch for your own organisation – that won’t make the edit. We reserve the right to edit what you send us so that it fits the podcast format but we’ll try to keep the message true to what you are trying to say.
You can send your contributions to scenefromabovepodcast@gmail.com
before April 25th 2019. We look forward to finding out what you have to say!

Season 4 Episode 1: Interview with 2ExcelGeo

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In this episode we interview Kate Doyle of 2ExcelGeo about aerial data collection and finding work after university. In the news we mention SAR software, UK Space growth and Sensat. Amongst other things. If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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We need your help to make a special episode. We’d like to have an episode where we hear from you so we encourage you to record 2-3 minutes of audio (or write a couple of paragraphs) about what you think is exciting in remote sensing as you see it. Please include your name and Twitter handle so we can name check you in the podcast. We’d be really interested to hear about cool things happening in your part of the world but please don’t make it a sales pitch for your own organisation – that won’t make the edit. We reserve the right to edit what you send us so that it fits the podcast format but we’ll try to keep the message true to what you are trying to say.
You can send your contributions to scenefromabovepodcast@gmail.com before April 25th 2019. We look forward to finding out what you have to say!

Will you be at the Big Data from Space conference? If so, then @ajggeoger will see you there!

Season 3 Episode 6: Interview with Marlan

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In this episode we interview Dr Cai Bird of Marlan Maritime Technologies about a very nifty radar system. In the news we mention WorldView 4, ESA budgets and Python tutorials. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 3 Episode 5: One year on!

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It’s been a whole year of the Scene From Above podcast. Thank you so much for all your support. In this episode we talk about some of the predictions we made in February in S1 E3. In the news we mention Boundless and Planet, Metop-C and DigitalGlobe. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 3 Episode 4: The Radiant Earth Foundation

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In this episode we talk to Anne Hale Miglarese, CEO of the Radiant Earth Foundation, about the Foundation’s plans and platform as well as the state of modern EO. In the news we mention GEE and S5P, AWS Groundstations, GOES and OpenEO. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 3 Episode 3: Open sauced

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In this episode we talk about open source software for EO and geospatial analysis. In the news we mention a whole host of things including whales, Sentinel HR, eo-learn and phi-week. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 3 Episode 2: All the satellites!

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In this episode we talk about quite a few of the satellites that are used for EO studies. But we still get hung up on the Sentinels and Landsat! In the news we discuss the release of Raster Vision, Reddit and Sentinel Hub’s education pages. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 3 Episode 1: Web devs and EO scientists

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In this episode we talk about the importance of getting data disseminated through the web and whether EO scientists are in demand as web developers use APIs to create cool apps. In the news we discuss Google Earth Engine, financing and ocean robots. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 2 Episode 6: Are we in the space sector?

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In this episode we talk about how the Earth Observation sector identifies itself. In the news we discuss Remote Pixel, Aeolus, icebergs and Google Dataset Search. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 2 Episode 5: How important is GDAL?

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In this episode we discuss GDAL and the pivotal role it has to play in the world of Earth observation and geospatial. In the news we talk about hydrology, how the public view space, sector growth and The Wedding Present! Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove or @eoscenefrom

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Season 2 Episode 4: A chat with CloudEO

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In this episode we interview Maria from CloudEO about what they are looking to do with their data search and provision platform. In the news we talk about the EASRSC awards, Sentinel-5P and fire monitoring. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove

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Season 2 Episode 3: U got skillz?

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In this episode we record ourselves together in the same room for the first time, and discuss what skills are useful to have if you want to get a job dealing with EO imagery, and whether those skills have changed over the decades. In the news we talk about the Geospatial Commission and MasterMap, Sentinel-5P and space harpoons! Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove

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Season 2 Episode 3: Bonus

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Recording ourselves together in the same room doesn’t mean things go smoothly.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove

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Season 2 Episode 2: What’s in your bag?

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In this episode we talk about what software might be good for EO image processing and whether you should know a bit of coding and have a decent laptop. In the news we talk about ICEYE, LiDAR data, Open-EO and geoint trends. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove

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Season 2 Episode 1: Geo-what-inary?

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We are back for a second season, and in this episode we ramble on about geostationary EO satellites. In the news we talk about charging for Landsat imagery, the Jupyter project, cloud free S2 imagery and ecology. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove

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Season 2 Episode 0: Promo

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Season 2 is on its way!

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove

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Season 1 Episode 6: Quickfire round

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In this episode we ask each other a few EO based questions, that turn out not to be as quick-fire as we initially thought they would be. In the news we talk about space junk, a Copernicus workshop, a UK spaceport and Earth on AWS. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove

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Season 1 Episode 5: Analytical about Analytics

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In this episode we talk about using analytics and analytical methods to extract information from imagery, rather than just looking at nice images. In the news we talk about Remote Pixel, conferences, and a new R software package. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove

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Season 1 Episode 4: Timeseries

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In this episode we talk about how the temporal nature of remotely sensed data enriches the information in the imagery. In the news we talk about JupyterLab, another film review (!) and of course, SpaceX. Amongst other things.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove

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 Season 1 Episode 3: Predictions?

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In this episode we talk about a few things that we think will be big in 2018. We also chat about AWS, drought, Voyager and more.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove

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Season 1 Episode 2: What is Open Data?

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In this episode we discuss open data – what it is, how useful it is and whether there are levels of openness. We also chat about satellite launches, gigapixel images, conferences and more.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove

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Season 1 Episode 1: Is Google Earth still the killer app?

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In this episode we talk about whether or not Google Earth is still the killer app that non-specialists go to for their Earth observation fix, and what the next app might need to look like to take over the mantle from GE. We also chat about wildfires, openEO, the ISS and more.

If you have questions, comments or corrections then you can contact Alastair (@ajggeoger) and Andrew (@map_andrew) on Twitter using #scenefromabove

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Season 1 Episode 0: Demo

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The demo podcast to understand what we sound like and to gather some feedback. We know Alastair’s microphone quality needs to be improved – we’ll work on that over the course of Season 1.

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