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  3. The Aeolus mission is coming to a close on 30 April 2023 with a series of end life activities after achieving many significant accomplishments. Launched in 2018, the mission’s main goal was to measure the Earth’s wind patterns and improve our understanding of how they affect the planet’s climate. That ESA’s wind mission had outlived its predicted lifetime of three years by over 18 months. The best course of action to wind down Aeolus was to carefully re-enter the satellite back to Earth. The finishing touches to the end-of-life schedule will be made in a span of numerous weeks. Innovating Wind Measurement across Earth Using state-of-the-art laser technology, Aeolus was able to measure the wind speeds and direction from space with incredible precision. These measurements were used to create detailed maps of global wind patterns and improve weather forecasting models. In addition to its primary mission, Aeolus also made important contributions to other areas of Earth observation. For example, it provided valuable data on air pollution and dust transport across the globe. As the Aeolus mission winds down, scientists are already looking ahead to future missions that can build on its successes. This includes plans for new Earth observation missions that will focus on other key environmental factors such as ocean currents, land use, and the carbon cycle. Aeolus Mission Manager, Tommaso Parrinello was grateful to all the ESA and industry colleagues who developed and operated the mission. Improvement in Weather Forecasts Aeolus carried ALADIN, an instrument that is Europe’s most sophisticated Doppler wind lidar flown in space. A laser inbuilt the instrument fires pulses of ultraviolet light towards Earth’s atmosphere, which is received by a light detecting receiver that scatters it back from air and water molecules like aerosols and dust. With that measurement one can check the speed of the wind. Over its extended lifetime, ALADIN has beamed down over seven billion laser pulses orbiting Earth 16 times a day and covering the entire globe once a week. Aeolus data are used by major weather forecasting services worldwide, including the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF), Météo-France, the UK Met Office, Germany’s Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD), and India’s National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting (NCMRWF). Since ECMWF started assimilating Aeolus data in 2020 the satellite has become the highest impact-per-observation instruments in existence. It is mainly due to Aeolus’ capacity to measure winds where data is scarce. When planes were grounded during the lockdowns imposed due to the COVID pandemic, Aeolus was able to contribute missing data to plug the gap in weather forecasts. ESA’s Director of Earth Observation Programme, Simonetta Cheli said that the Aeolus mission has been a triumph of European innovation, collaboration and technical excellence, and is an example of how ESA’s Earth Explorers perform beyond expectations, and is a shining light for our Future EO Programme. Its impacts will live long beyond its lifetime in space, paving the way for future operational missions such as Aeolus-2. Despite the mission’s impending end, the data collected by Aeolus will continue to be used by scientists around the world for years ahead in the future. This legacy is a testament to the mission’s trailblazing spirit and its important role in advancing our understanding of the Earth’s climate. First Mission to Measure Earth’s Wind Patterns Powers Down (geospatialworld.net)
  4. The WMO State of the Global Climate report 2022 focuses on key climate indicators – greenhouse gases, temperatures, sea level rise, ocean heat and acidification, sea ice and glaciers. It also highlights the impacts of climate change and extreme weather. Drought, floods and heatwaves affect large parts of the world and the costs are rising Global mean temperatures for the past 8 years have been the highest on record Sea level and ocean heat are at record levels – and this trend will continue for many centuries Antarctic sea ice falls to lowest extent on record Europe shatters records for glacier melt From mountain peaks to ocean depths, climate change continued its advance in 2022. Droughts, floods and heatwaves affected communities on every continent and cost many billions of dollars. Antarctic sea ice fell to its lowest extent on record and the melting of some European glaciers was, literally, off the charts. The State of the Global Climate 2022 shows the planetary scale changes on land, in the ocean and in the atmosphere caused by record levels of heat-trapping greenhouse gases. For global temperature, 2015-2022 were the eight warmest on record despite the cooling impact of a La Niña event for the past three years. Melting of glaciers and sea level rise - which again reached record levels in 2022 - will continue for up to thousands of years. links: State of the Global Climate in 2022 | World Meteorological Organization (wmo.int)
  5. Several digital elevation model (DEM) sources are used in the processing of Landsat Collection 2 Level-1 products. These sources are based on specific geographic regions and contribute to improved vertical accuracy in Collection 2 when compared to data processed in the past. Together, these sources are all known as the Landsat Collection 2 DEM. These DEM sources have been modified for use in Collection 2 processing; void filling techniques were used where persistent gaps were found in the elevation data, and improvements to the vertical accuracy were realized by differencing accuracies of other elevation datasets to the newer Collection 2 DEM. The following DEM sources are now available for download from EarthExplorer, listed under the Collection 2 section on the Data Set tab: Global Land Survey (GLS) — Various specific elevation inputs collectively make up the Global Land Surveys (GLS) DEM. Each input is based on the spatial region for which it is appropriate. Radarsat Antarctic Mapping Project (RAMP) — The Radarsat Antarctic Mapping Project (RAMP) is a high-resolution DEM that combines topographic data from a variety of sources to provide consistent coverage of all of Antarctica. Gravity for Earth, Ocean and Ice Dynamics (GEOID) Model — While not an actual elevation dataset, the geoid model provides necessary offsets to adjust the elevations of the GLS DEM from its original Earth Gravitational Model 96 (EGM96) to the World Geodetic System 84 (WGS84) ellipsoid. This is necessary so the GLS DEM can be correctly used by the Landsat processing systems software and algorithms. Please visit Landsat Collection 2 Digital Elevation Model to learn more about these DEM source products, and contact USGS Customer Services with any questions. links: Landsat Collection 2 DEM Source Products Available | U.S. Geological Survey (usgs.gov)
  6. NV5 Global, Inc. (the “Company” or “NV5”) (Nasdaq: NVEE), a provider of technology, conformity assessment, and consulting solutions, announced today the closing of its acquisition of L3Harris Technologies, Inc.’s Visual Information Solutions commercial geospatial technology and software business (“VIS”). First announced in December, the acquisition has received regulatory approvals and enhances NV5’s position as North America’s premiere provider of geospatial data solutions, accompanying the acquisition of Axim Geospatial completed earlier this year. “This acquisition supports NV5’s expansion in a subscription-based geospatial product and service model and strengthens our role in supporting the nation’s defense and intelligence communities through geospatial information management and analytics,” said Dickerson Wright, PE, Chairman and CEO of NV5. “As the only provider of software solutions to analyze over 200 geospatial data types and comprehensive in-house LiDAR, topobathymetric LiDAR, and full ocean depth sonar capabilities, NV5 has built a distinct competitive advantage and robust platform to support accelerated organic growth.” The VIS acquisition includes 16 U.S. Patents for geospatial data analytics. NV5 will also receive ownership of an additional 13 U.S. and non-U.S. Trademark Registrations for leading geospatial software applications with approximately 500,000 global users. These software products include prominent applications such as ENVI, IDL, Jagwire, Amplify, and Helios, which are relied upon by the United States Department of Defense and federal civilian agencies for the analysis and management of geospatial data. links: NV5 Completes the Acquisition of L3Harris Subscription-Based Geospatial Software Business - NV5
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  9. This study introduces a new parallel algorithm called MEFFA for calculating flow accumulation using the OpenMP API. The new algorithm has improved the performance of the fastest benchmark parallel algorithm by 30% using up to 17% less memory. page: GitHub - HuidaeCho/meffa: Memory-Efficient Fast Flow Accumulation
  10. Available for free, by anyone and from anywhere, MyOcean Pro viewer allows you to explore and visualize the data of the Copernicus Marine Data Store products. In MyOcean Pro you explore a 4-dimensional map of the ocean (longitude, latitude, depth and time). You visualize past and near real-time ocean information, all over the globe. This version of MyOcean viewer is dedicated to experimented to intermediate users. To navigate through its informations you need to be acquainted with Copernicus Marine services and products. Easy to use and intuitive, we conceive this viewer to be as useful for scientists as technical professionals, who will enjoy expert functionalities and be able to download large amonts of data for their research. MyOcean Pro viewer is available on all computers and mobile devices, through any internet brother. Start using it without registration, and create your free account once you want to access advanced features New embedded catalogue Access and choose any set of variables you want to observe, directly from the viewer. The new embedded catalogue allows you to choose among all Marine Copernicus Ocean products and Ocean Monitoring Indicators (OMIs), for a total over 250 products! Its design and layout improvement facilitate product search and access to each product information (data access, licence, user manual, etc). Graphs & Download options Access more detailed data just clicking anywhere on the map. The graphs now take into account which layer of variables you are observing. Request high resolution graphs, so you can zoom on it to get a better view on the specific data you're looking for. Export graphs data to CSV file. Download various variables data on one sigle operation. Export triple-resolution maps for your print material, with all map layers provided at this higher resolution. links: https://marine.copernicus.eu/explore-ocean-myocean-viewer
  11. STAC Browser v3.0.0 is finally out! Go and explore awesome geospatial data on the web: https://github.com/radiantearth/stac-browser… Please let us know what you think! More features are already in the pipeline! This is a Spatio-Temporal Asset Catalog (STAC) browser for static catalogs. Minimal support for APIs is implemented, but it not the focus of the Browser and may lead to issues. It attempts to surface all included data in a user-centric way (an approach which can inform how data is represented in the evolving spec). It is implemented as a single page application (SPA) for ease of development and to limit the overall number of catalog reads necessary when browsing (as catalogs may be nested and do not necessarily contain references to their parents). Version: 3.0.0 (supports all STAC versions between 0.6.0 and 1.0.0) This package has also been published to npm as @radiantearth/stac-browser complete explanation here: GitHub - radiantearth/stac-browser: A full-fledged UI in Vue for browsing and searching static STAC catalogs and STAC APIs
  12. Application deadline is 15 May, 2023! The main objective of the NASA-ESA Trans-Atlantic Training (TAT) initiative is to train students and early career scientists in the field of Earth Observation through a series of training workshops in Eastern/Central Europe, with an emphasis on remote sensing of land-cover/use change and ecosystem dynamics. TAT-10 will take place from 27 June to 1 July 2023 in the Czech Republic and will be hosted by Charles University, Prague and Masaryk University, Brno. The course continues the TAT series, last held in September, 2022 in Prague. Content: Leading experts from Europe and the US will present and discuss state-of-the-art advanced Earth Observation methods. Technologies and data from Copernicus, ESA, and NASA missions will be presented in tutorial lectures and practised in hands-on training sessions. Lectures and training activities will focus on SAR, optical passive and active ( LiDAR) for forestry, agriculture, and hydrology monitoring and modelling, and the use of free and accessible cloud computing and machine learning methods for analysing Earth Observation data. Working with different types of sensor data and their combinations will be demonstrated: SAR data from the Sentinel-1 mission and simulation data from the future NISAR mission, Optical (passive) multi-spectral data from the Landsat-8, -9 and Sentinel-2 missions Hyperspectral data from EMIT, DESIS, PRISMA missions, Optical active (LiDAR) data from the GEDI mission. The course will include a field trip which will take participants from Prague to Brno, through the Czech country side. Participants: Participants are expected to be (a) Early-career scientists and engineers or (b) Ph.D. and M.Sc. students with skills and experiences in remote sensing and/or land cover/land use. page: Trans-Atlantic Training 2023 (TAT-10): Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring and Modelling - eo science for society (esa.int)
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    JupyterLite is a JupyterLab distribution that runs entirely in the browser built from the ground-up using JupyterLab components and extensions. Although JupyterLite is currently being developed by core Jupyter developers, the project is still unofficial. Not all the usual features available in JupyterLab and the Classic Notebook will work with JupyterLite, but many already do! Don’t hesitate to check out the documentation for more information and project updates. try this: JupyterLite
  14. This is a stable release of GeoServer suitable for production systems, made in conjunction with GeoTools 29.0 and GeoWebCache 1.23.0. With this release GeoServer no longer supports Java 8, and it is time to upgrade to Java 11 at a minimum. Our build system tests GeoServer in with Java 11 and Java 17 which are both long-term-support OpenJDK releases. The first big internal change for this release of GeoServer is a cleanup of the theme used for the GeoServer web administration application. Previously the pages had lots of little styling adjustments to try and get components to line up correctly and appear okay. With this update all of the handmade styling changes have been removed, and everything is managed by the “geoserver.css” theme. The second internal change for this release of GeoServer is an upgrade to the Spring Framework used to wire the internals of GeoServer together. While this should not result in any change to functionality, it has resulted in quite a lot of careful quality assurance and testing to ensure everything is still connected and works as intended. Windows users are advised to keep the Java 11 minimum requirement in mind when upgrading existing systems. A welcome new feature, building on top of the ability to customize FeatureTypes is the ability to provide a description for each attribute. This information is used in WFS DescribeFeatureType to provide a human readable name or description for the attributes being published. links: GeoServer 2.23.0 Release
  15. This set of GIS lab exercises is intended to lead students through some of the fundamental skills needed for using ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Online as part of an Introduction to GIS course. Created through a collaboration between KSU and UNG. In keeping with Esri Academy's ongoing commitment to provide flexible options to grow GIS and ArcGIS skills, a brand-new e-Learning format has been added to the Esri Academy catalog. ArcGIS labs are self-paced learning options that emphasize hands-on practice through step-by-step exercises. Each lab includes one or more scenario-based exercises, the data needed to complete each exercise, a quiz to measure your understanding of the workflows taught, and a certificate of completion for successfully passing the quiz. As with Esri Academy web courses, you’ll need to have the software used in the lab exercises in order to complete them. What can you learn? ArcGIS lab topics are varied, ranging from the highly practical Working with Charts and Reports in ArcGIS Pro to the highly actionable Building an App in ArcGIS Online to Expand Food Access. Advanced topics are also available and include Downscaling a Prediction Model Using ArcGIS Notebooks and ArcGIS Pro and Visualizing Multidimensional Data Using Voxels in ArcGIS Pro. Students and educators alike can use ArcGIS labs to explore interesting topics and ArcGIS workflows they may not be familiar with yet—and build valuable skills to advance their GIS-related goals. Twenty ArcGIS labs went live today, and more will be added to Esri Academy in the coming months. Have a topic you’d like to see as an ArcGIS lab? Let us know in the comments. link: Esri Training | Your Location for Lifelong Learning
  16. MapServer Studio allows the creation of maps in the browser, powered by MapServer. Maps are created using MapServer's Mapfile language. Maps are then displayed in a built-in map viewer allowing map images to be created and exported at different scales and locations. Features Custom Cartography Different map projections (not just Web Mercator!) Custom styling Custom fonts Quality Output High resolution image generation PNG, JPEG, SVG, and PDF outputs Datasets Choose any combination of layers Natural Earth Coming soon..OpenStreetMap More to follow.. please try the beta in this link: MapServer Studio official site: MapServer Studio — MapServer Studio
  17. Flash floods caused by heavy rains have killed at least 14 people, displaced thousands more, and destroyed properties and homes in several areas of Somalia signalling an early start of the Gu rainy season, which usually runs from April to June. Those who have lost their homes are now living in makeshift shelters on higher ground, which are severely overcrowded and lack water and sanitation facilities. The Somali Disaster Management Agency (SoDMA) said it is the worst flooding in almost a decade. Heavy rain in the Ethiopian Highlands has also made its way downstream, increasing river levels in Somalia. You can see the satelite detection on below links: Flooding in Somalia and Ethiopia - Activations - International Disasters Charter
  18. Interesting, I would like to know they probably used LoRaWAN antena or not? or they used new technologies did not release for public usage.🤔
  19. The novel system uses mobile telecommunication rather than satellites The researchers from Delft University of Technology, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and VSL developed an alternative positioning system that uses mobile telecommunication rather than satellites, which could potentially make it more accurate and reliable than GPS. “We realized that with a few cutting-edge innovations, the telecommunication network could be transformed into a very accurate alternative positioning system that is independent of GPS,” said Jeroen Koelemeij of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. The team succeeded in developing a system that can provide connectivity similar to mobile and Wi-Fi networks. It also has accurate positioning and time distribution. The new system can be used in a wide range of applications, including automated vehicles and next generation mobile communication systems. Improving the accuracy with the new system The research team realized that weak radio signals relying on satellites can make GPS inaccurate. If the radio signals are reflected or blocked by buildings, then they can no longer send over accurate positioning and information. “This can make GPS unreliable in urban settings, for instance,” said Christiaan Tiberius of Delft University of Technology and coordinator of the project. He mentioned another big issue involving the future of autonomous vehicles, which cannot function off of unpredictable GPS positioning. “Also, citizens and our authorities actually depend on GPS for many location-based applications and navigation devices. Furthermore, so far we had no back-up system,” Tiberius continued. The new system can act as an optional system, or maybe in the future, a potential novel replacement for GPS. SuperGPS Currently, many people use GPS (United States) and Galileo (European Union) for navigation, but utilizing satellite systems could prove to be faulty at times. The new project started by the researchers is called SuperGPS, and its goal is to create an alternative positioning system using the mobile telecommunication network instead of satellites. The study has shown it to be more accurate than GPS. Innovative method The research team created a process that would connect the mobile network to an accurate atomic clock, so it can broadcast times messages for positioning, similar to GPS satellites. The connections are made through the current fiber-optic network. The team had already been researching various techniques to distribute national time produced by the atomic clocks to users throughout the telecommunication network. “With these techniques we can turn the network into a nationwide distributed atomic clock – with many new applications such as very accurate positioning through mobile networks” said Erik Dierikx of VSL. He mentioned that using the hybrid optical-wireless system could give anyone access to the national time produced. “It basically forms an extremely accurate radio clock that is good to one billionth of a second,” Dierikx continued. Radio signals The new system also uses radio signals with a much larger bandwidth than the software generally used. Since most buildings reflect radio signals, it can often cause confusion for the navigation device. “The large bandwidth of our system helps sorting out these confusing signal reflections, and enables higher positioning accuracy,” said Gerard Janssen of Delft University of Technology. However, the bandwidth used within radio spectrums can be expensive due to its scarcity. In order to avoid the high expense, the team uses a number of related small bandwidth radio signals that can be spread over a much larger virtual bandwidth. This process is advantageous because only a small portion of the virtual bandwidth is used, and the signals are very similar to those in mobile phones. link the journal: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-022-05315-7
  20. Hi people, Has anyone tried this Manifold add-in for ArcGIS Pro? https://manifold.net/info/sql4arc.shtml Is it really so good in providing spatial SQL for Esri file geodatabases, the steps we miss in ArcMap and ArcGIS Pro?
  21. The 3.30 ‘s-Hertogenbosch release of the groundbreaking QGIS project introduces a wide range of changes and optimizations from the QGIS developer community. The splash screen features a fragment of the “Gemeentekaart”, or Municipality map, of ‘s-Hertogenbosch from 1867. It is part of a series of 1200 maps of all the communities in The Netherlands from that time, which were published in an atlas for each of the 11 regions. All maps were drawn in the same size, although for large municipalities a double format was used and scaled to match the page. The series was internationally rewarded because of its accuracy and completeness. The map was drawn by Jacob Kuyper (1821-1908), the most famous geographer and cartographer of his time in The Netherlands. Text and splash map image provided by atlasandmap.com Importantly, support for backward compatibility of Symbol Styling has been removed for QGIS 3.16, providing significant optimizations to the project file structure, but limiting the capability of older releases of QGIS for rendering symbologies developed with later releases. This change has been ported to the release of 3.28 LTR as well. The native GeoNode integration has also been migrated to an external plugin, leveraging the powerful extensions to the QGIS API for plugins implemented in recent releases. Users can also look forward to new functionality and UX enhancements, including support for raster attribute tables, intelligent and configurable sorting for layer loading, improvements to GPS utilities, more dynamic form widgets, native rich media previews for attachments, better integration with cloud services, extensions to the QGIS metadata standards, and a host of other noteworthy additions. source: Changelog for QGIS 3.30
  22. Yes this earthquake made vast destruction in turkey. Earthquake measured Syria and Turkey with Magnitude 7.8 R
  23. Catalog layers You can create and draw catalog layers in maps and scenes. A catalog layer is a collection of item references to local and shared datasets, layers, services, and workspaces from various work environments. Automatic resizing of layout elements When you change the page size or orientation of a layout, you can automatically resize and reposition layout elements. Time-enabled scene layers You can time-enable point, 3D object, or building scene layers to visualize 3D content temporally. Scale-based label sizing Scale-based label sizing allows you to smoothly change the text size of labels as you move across the scales of your map. Magnifier window In 2D maps, you can open a magnifier window to help with workflows such as seeing what content is visible at a larger scale, and using precise snapping when digitizing new features. Reality Mapping The tools and capabilities in the new ArcGIS Reality for ArcGIS Pro extension allow you to photogrammetrically correct and process drone and digital aerial imagery to produce high-fidelity 3D and 2D products. source: https://pro.arcgis.com/en/pro-app/3.1/get-started/whats-new-in-arcgis-pro.htm
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