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Everything happens some where & some time - Spatiotemporal data and GIS

Everything happens some where & some time - Spatiotemporal data and GIS

July 1, 2020

What is special about spatiotemporal? What makes spatiotemporal in GIS hard?  Which tools can we use? This week I welcome Anita Graser back to the show to talk about spatiotemporal data and what it means for geospatial practitioners.

Anita has been on the show before, go back to episode 60 where we discuss geospatially python

https://mapscaping.com/blogs/the-mapscaping-podcast/geospatial-python

 

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Polygons of Ownership

Polygons of Ownership

June 24, 2020

The way in which we sub-divide land into geographic regions that can be owned and used in specific ways has far-reaching consequences. Collecting, cleaning, and stitching property boundaries into a seamless fabric is key to a variety of use cases. Jerry Paffendorf, CEO & Co-Founder of Loveland Technologies, who runs LandGrid.com joins me on the podcast today to talk about the far-reaching implications of the land grid.

 

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Jupyter notebooks for geospatial

Jupyter notebooks for geospatial

June 17, 2020

Jupyter Notebooks are incredibly powerful tools for interactively developing and presenting GIS data projects. This episode with Julia Wagemann walks you thought the Jupyter project and what Jupyter notebooks are and the advantages of using them.

 

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Radio Frequency Data Collection

Radio Frequency Data Collection

June 10, 2020

Aerial collection of data from smart meters. In this episode, we discuss why this is better than mesh networks, and other ground collection options and also look at the limitations of drones in terms of data collection platforms. 

 

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Hyper-accurate indoor location

Hyper-accurate indoor location

June 3, 2020

Using ultrasound time of flight measurements to generate millimeter accuracy in indoor environments.

 

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Digital Twins

Digital Twins

May 27, 2020

Digital twins have been around for a long time, as part of a simulation or analytical view of the real world.  They provide simulation and analysis capabilities that can be a fancy 3D hologram that you can touch and feel and move things around or a numeric model that runs on Excel.   

 

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Geospatial Python

Geospatial Python

May 20, 2020

Anita Graser is a legendary open-source geospatial Python expert.  With her extensive knowledge of the subject, she is here to convince us of why Python is a great language for geospatial and how we can all get started learning it.

 

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Two mobile data collection apps you need to know about

Two mobile data collection apps you need to know about

May 13, 2020

QField and Input are open-source mobile data collection apps that live within the QGIS ecosystem. In this episode we cover everything you need to know to get started.

 

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Rebranding GIS Geospatial

Rebranding GIS Geospatial

May 6, 2020

learn why GIS geospatial technology is being underutilized, Why GIS professionals need to rebrand themselves and why communication skills might be the next big thing in the geospatial industry.

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GIS vs Computer-aided design - everything you have always wanted to know #geospatial

GIS vs Computer-aided design - everything you have always wanted to know #geospatial

April 29, 2020

Today we're going to be talking about those early amphibians coming out of the primordial ooze up onto the shore and that would be the CAD files and then being transformed into maybe the mammals that are the GIS files the CAD people will be mad at me for that analogy, but hey, look, the crocodiles are still around so you know, they don't go anywhere.

Can I send you all the resources mentioned in this episode? 

How to Convert CAD to GIS while Preserving Rich Data Structures

How to Convert GIS to CAD while Maintaining Data Quality

Webinar - May 13: How to Automate CAD & GIS Integration 

Resources for COVID-19 (This is where we're giving away free FME licenses until at least September 30, 2020)