Digital Earth for a Physical World – Geospatial Big Data Sources
Open Data in the Public Domain
A vast amount of open geospatial data, predominantly released by the government, is already in the public domain. Often they are scattered, and for their effective integration into applications a critical examination is needed.
Commercial & Proprietary Data
Terabytes and petabytes of frequently captured geospatial data (e.g. high-resolution satellite imagery, aerial photos and LiDAR point clouds) need to be processed in a highly efficient manner. We are able to assist.
Emerging Location Data
New location data (especially those from ubiquitous mobile/smart devices) have been generated and collected at an unprecedented rate. This not only demands new thinking and new treatment but also promises new applications.
Where is the Smart Data Everyone Searches?
How much information can we extract from the data? How can we turn the Geospatial Big Data into smart location insights? Ultimately, the value of the data can be easily appreciated with common sense, not the Big Data hype!
Main Data Sources We Analyse
Digital Satellite and Aerial Imagery at All Spatial Resolutions
Low- to medium-resolution satellite imagery (e.g. NASA/USGS MODIS and Landsat, ESA Sentinel)