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Bluesky aerial photographs reveal hidden Irish archaeological sites

The National Monuments Service in Ireland is using high resolution aerial photography from Bluesky to map and investigate a giant 4,500 year old Henge. The circular structure, located the Brú na Bóinne UNESCO World Heritage Site, is evidence of prehistoric earthworks and was first observed by researchers with drones....

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Earth-i updates satellite map of Queensland, Australia

New Space pioneer Earth-i announced that it has completed the third annual update of the satellite map of the state of Queensland.

The map covers the whole of Queensland’s 1.9 million km2 and was created by Earth-i for the Department of Natural Resources, Mines...

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Esri helps government agencies using ArcGIS Hub

Esri applauds the enactment of the federal Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act. Title II of this new law, the Open, Public, Electronic, and Necessary (OPEN) Government Data Act, sets a presumption that all government information should be open data by default—machine readable and freely reusable. Esri's ArcGIS Hub open...

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