The fifth episode of the Scene From Above podcast.
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
On Friday (15th September 2017) I attended the second open meeting (of two) linked to a project focused on the generation of Sentinel-2 Analysis Ready Data (ARD). The project partners were Aberystwyth University, Defra (through the JNCC) and the Satellite Applications Catapult (who acted as hosts of this meeting) and the point of the meeting … Continue reading Analysis Ready Data
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
The European Sentinel 2 mission is now live and returning data. This is great news for everyone! Admittedly the usable coverage of the UK is currently quite low thanks to a lot of winter cloud, but an image collected in December 2015 has a reasonable amount of southern England visible to the sensor. The images … Continue reading A first look at Sentinel 2 imagery
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
The fact that the US Government has approved and given the go-ahead to Landsat 9 is great news! Especially for Geoger Ltd., as the Landsat archive is often used as a source of data for our clients. The official announcement about Landsat 9 includes the following statement: The President’s fiscal year 2016 budget calls for … Continue reading Landsat 9 approved
Soil moisture is a key variable for environmental and agricultural models. Later this month a new satellite mission will be launched that will allow researchers, businesses and organisations understand changes in global soil moisture in more detail. Here at Geoger Ltd. we have our fingers crossed for a successful launch and deployment of the system. Below are … Continue reading Soggy soils