Geospatial Revolution Project Launches First Episode
September 15, 2010
Episode 1 of the Geospatial Revolution Project covers the origins of geospatial information and why we need it, while also giving a compelling story about the use of crisis mapping in Haitian earthquake relief efforts.
Episode 2 is scheduled to be released on Nov. 2, and may be premiered at the GEOINT 2010 Symposium taking place Nov. 1-4 in New Orleans, LA.
The Geospatial Revolution Project is an integrated public service media and outreach initiative about the world of digital mapping and how it is changing the way we think, behave, and interact.
The mission of the Geospatial Revolution Project is to expand public knowledge about the history, applications, related privacy and legal issues, and the potential future of location-based technologies.