Conference week

Last week Geoger attended two very interesting, but also very different, conferences. The first was FOSS4GUK 2016 (see http://uk.osgeo.org/foss4guk2016) held at the Ordnance Survey building in Southampton. If you are not aware of it, this is a 2-day conference on the use of free and open source software (FOSS) for geospatial (4G) processing, data handling and … Continue reading Conference week

Open data and Metaldehyde risk mapping [update]

This is an updated post based on this blog post from 2014. The work presented here is still a proof of concept to demonstrate the utility of open data. If you'd like to work with Geoger to develop this further, please get in touch. The idea Metaldehyde is a pesticide found primarily in slug pellets and associated products, … Continue reading Open data and Metaldehyde risk mapping [update]

Satellites for Agri-Food

The other week I went to a great event held in London at the Trade Union Congress building and hosted by Innovate UK. As stated on the event page: This event brings together leading Agriculture, Food and Space companies to understand the challenges in the agriculture and food sector and what satellites can do to help. Innovate … Continue reading Satellites for Agri-Food