Case Studies
Harry Bogiatjis

The Third Dimension – 3D Showcase

With an ever-increasing need for timely data and geographical understanding, governments and businesses worldwide continue to direct resources to obtain, use and understand geospatial data that directly supports informed decision-making.

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Case Studies
Ian Dee

ISLE OF WIGHT EV CHARGING STRATEGY

The utilisation of Electric Vehicles (EV) in the UK has grown rapidly in recent years. There are now over 1.2m million plug-in vehicles (500k pure EV, 700k hybrid) in use on UK roads. This rapid rise is forecast to continue due to;

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Case Studies
Johnnie Shannon

HIGH-RESOLUTION 3D MAPPING IN NEPAL

Scientists and students at the University of Leeds use IMAGINE Photogrammetry* to generate high-resolution elevation models with stereo and tri-stereo satellite imagery.

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Case Studies
Johnnie Shannon

MONITORING AFRICAN ELEPHANTS FOR CONSERVATION

A ‘Research in Education’ case study, documenting a recent investigation from one of our academic users. This study monitored African elephants using a combination of satellite imagery and deep learning.

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Dave Fox

MID-WEST USA FLOODS

Following the destruction brought by the recent extensive flooding in Nebraska and Iowa in the Mid-West of the USA during March 2019, this case study illustrates the typical data, imagery and analytics products that Geospatial Insight offer as part of the CAT Response Service…

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Dave Fox

HURRICANES HARVEY AND IRMA

Hurricane Harvey had a catastrophic effect on Houston and its surrounds, displacing approximately 1 million people and causing an estimated $75 billion in damage. Rainfall reached 50 inches in some areas, and the storm unloaded 27 trillion gallons of water onto Houston and southeast Texas.

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Case Studies
Dave Fox

HURRICANE MARIA

When Hurricane Maria battered the Caribbean in 2017, the damage was indescribable. Antigua and Barbuda’s ambassador to the United States, Ronald Sanders, described the civilization of his island as “extinguished.” While varying in degree, the overriding message of sadness and loss was shared across the region.

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