The sixth episode of the Scene From Above podcast.
I read an interesting article recently in the December issue of EOS magazine. It was reporting on the findings of a study undertaken by the US Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration. Some salient points include: Global energy consumption is predicted to increase 28% by 2040 Up to 77% of that increased consumption is predicted … Continue reading Some numbers about energy and fossil fuels
The fifth episode of the Scene From Above podcast.
The fourth episode of the Scene From Above podcast.
This is a (brief) summary of an event I attended last week.... On Thursday (8th Feb 2018) I attended the UKSA (UK Space Agency) networking event in the BEIS Conference Centre in London (just off Parliament Square). It was a half day event designed to get as many players as possible from the space sector, … Continue reading Would like to meet….
The third episode of the Scene From Above podcast.
The following images are annotated screenshots of Sentinel-2 L1C imagery collected as part of the European Copernicus programme. The upper two images show image data collected in November 2016, whilst the lower two images show the same area in January 2018. The images on the lefthand side are false colour composites constructed using near infrared … Continue reading Suffering, from space
I am delighted to announce that bookings are now open for Rasters Revealed 2018. Please use the following link to purchase your place at the conference and make sure that you attend this engaging event. BOOK HERE: https://bookwhen.com/geoger/e/ev-scsq-20180411094500 The 2017 conference was a sell-out event, and based on the feedback I’ve had, it looks as […] … Continue reading Rasters Rev 2018: Bookings open!
Late last year, I was lucky enough to have been involved in the creation of one of the episodes of the University of Oxford's "The Laboratory with Leaves" series of videos. https://youtu.be/ljWUESOundQ The whole series is well worth a watch as it details the various different facets of research work that are being undertaken at … Continue reading Wytham video
Just like many people these days, I use a variety of Python modules in some of my data processing needs. Although many of these are spatial libraries, I also use the brilliant Anaconda distribution and have recently linked this through to the lightweight Rodeo IDE. The following video provides a great introduction to the history … Continue reading Python for Data Crunching