GIM International May June 2018

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Copernicus, Europe’s Earth observation (EO) programme, generates ten petabytes of free EO data a year. Big data from space holds great potential for ideas and solutions in many sectors. The front cover of this issue of GIM International shows a satellite image of the Yukon Delta on the west coast of the US state of Alaska. The image contains Copernicus Sentinel data (2017) that has been processed by the European Space Agency (ESA). More on Copernicus can be found on page. 39. Furthermore in this issue:

Point Clouds from Smartphones (p. 18)
Which Societal and Technological Developments Will Most Impact the Geospatial Industry? (p. 14)
The Social Tenure Domain Model (p. 27)
UAV Mapping of a Greenland Glacier (p. 31)
Innovative Ways to Monitor Land Displacement (p. 35)
SKU: GIM-2018-03

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