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Fathom Revolutionizes Flood Risk Intelligence With New US Flood Map

Global flood risk intelligence firm Fathom unveils the most complete and technologically advanced flood map for the US Fathom, a global leader in water risk intelligence, has released a new

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Kenya Teams Up with SpaceX to Launch Earth Observation Satellite Taifa-1

Kenya is set to make history by launching its first-ever Earth observation satellite Taifa-1 in collaboration with SpaceX. The East African country has been making significant strides in its space

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China Successfully Launched Yaogan 34-04 Remote Sensing Satellite

China has once again demonstrated its growing capabilities in space technology, as it successfully launched a remote-sensing satellite on Friday (March 31, 2023). The satellite, named Yaogan 34-04, was launched

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National Shoreline Change Assessment Mapping for Indian Coast

The National Centre for Coastal Research (NCCR), an attached office of the Ministry of Earth Sciences, completed a national shoreline change assessment mapping for the Indian coast (including Odisha) using

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Observation of Landscape Changes in Coal Mining Areas using Satellite Image

Coal mining can significantly impact the landscape and surrounding environment, including changes in land use, vegetation cover, and water resources. Understanding these changes and monitoring them over time is crucial

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Effective usage of SAR data to monitor Oilfield Ground Displacement

Oilfields are essential to the world’s energy supply, and monitoring their stability is critical to ensure safe and sustainable production. One way to monitor oilfields is through Synthetic Aperture Radar

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Analyzing Mining Influence on Brazilian Amazon Vegetation

The application of GIS and remote sensing in environmental protection in
analyzing mining influence on Brazilian Amazon vegetation.

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ISRO PSLV-C54/EOS-06 Mission is Accomplished

On November 26, 2022, ISRO completed the mission by successfully launching Eight Nano-satellites and the EOS-06 satellite by PSLV-C54. The mission’s primary goals are to maintain the operational applications by ensuring the data continuity of ocean colour and wind vector data. Additional datasets like Sea Surface

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FABDEM: The New Standard of Digital Elevation Models

To level up the playing field for DEM users, in 2022 flood modeling experts Fathom built and released FABDEM (Forests And Buildings removed Copernicus DEM) in a collaboration with the University of Bristol

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Flood Experts Fundamentally Change View of Risk with Launch of New Global Flood Map

New map is the first to provide engineers with a view of future flood risk based on a wide range of global warming and emissions scenarios Flood experts Fathom are