Land Viewer: fast & free, on-the-fly, real-time imagery processing and analytics

Founded in 2015 by Max Polyakov, EOS Inc. (EOS stands for the Earth Observing System) developed one of the best satellite data processing and analytics platforms out there. EOS’s back-end solutions are used by some of the Fortune 500 companies and the mapping industry leaders. The platform offers the fastest engine to search and process satellite … Weiterlesen

Automated snow Avalanche 3D mapping using object-based analysis and near-infrared aerial imagery in ArcGIS

Snow avalanches are one of the most hazardous winter phenomena that occur in mountainous areas. They are dangerous to human lives, especially in tourist areas used as ski resorts. The Alps are the highest mountains in Europe. They are located across seven countries, but Switzerland is where the highest mountains ranges with the steepest slopes … Weiterlesen

See the world in 3D with digital elevation models

Traditional imagery—be it satellite, aerial or UAV—provides valuable information about on-ground conditions. But the world is a three-dimensional place, and 2D imagery only shows part of the picture. We need elevation models to make these images real—and that’s where DEMs come in. Read More      

Download Landsat 8 and Sentinel 2 Satellite Imagery via Remotepixel

Remotepixel provides a new convenient interface to download Landsat 8 and Sentinel 2 satellite imagery – no registration required. Landsat and Sentinel images previews are from USGS Earth Explorer and Sentinel on AWS S3. The project is powered by Mapbox-GL API. Satellite Search    

9 Free Global Land Cover / Land Use Data Sets

Over the span of your life, how much has the Earth changed? Quite a bit, but you probably just can’t put a number to it. Thanks to global land cover and satellite sensors like MODIS, AVHRR and Enhanced Thematic Mapper, we can finally shed some light on our changing planet. But what global land cover … Weiterlesen


Ab dem 1. Januar 2017 stehen die digitalen NRW-Geobasisdaten auf dem Landesportal Open.NRW kostenfrei zur Verfügung. Dazu zählen beispielsweise Karten oder Luftbilder von Flüssen, Straßen, Grundstücken und Gebäuden. Die Daten werden von den Katasterbehörden und der für die Landesvermessung zuständigen Bezirksregierung Köln erhoben.