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In this episode Ed talks with Miriam Gonzalez, head of partnerships at geospatial marketplace, UP42. UP42 aggregates imagery, geospatial data, and processing algorithms from many sources. We also discuss Miriam's role in co-founding and organizing the Geochicas community, a network of over 200 members working to support and grow the involvement of …
 
Steven chats with old friend Mark Iliffe, who works for the United Nations, specifically at UN-GGIM (Global Geospatial Information Management). Mark recounts some interesting memories from his geo career: discusses counting flamingos with image recognition software, humanitarian crowd-sourcing, helping organize FOSS4G Dar es Salaam, and much more, …
 
Steven and Ed are joined by geo friends Kenneth Field, Denise McKenzie, Alex Wrottesley, Jeremy Morley, Ed Parsons, and Mark Iliffe for geobeers and a light-hearted look back on 2020 before turning the focus to predictions and hopes for 2021. Many thanks to all of our guests and listeners who helped us get the Geomob podcast off the ground in 2020.…
 
This is a special episode outside of our normal weekly schedule prompted by the unexpected December 16th announcement of the launch of Amazon Location Services. Ed chats with US geo industry veteran James Fee about the news and the implications for the industry. James has blogged regularly about geo technology and industry trends for more than 15 y…
 
In this episode Ed has the pleasure of speaking with Tyler Radford, executive director of the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT). We cover a brief history of HOT, and then dive into the current work and scope of the project. On every metric HOT has grown significantly, and is now supporting mapping all around the globe. We discuss how new techno…
 
This episode we revisit the talk that won the SplashMaps best speaker prize at the October 2020 Geomob. Ed interviews long-time geomobster Laurence Penney, who presented about the world's oldest known geospatial database: Ptolemy's Geography. A fascinating look back at how it all started. Show notes on the Geomob website, where you can also learn m…
 
This week Steven catches up with Earth Observation expert Alastair Graham. Alastair runs the consultancy Geoger and co-hosts the EO focused "Scene from Above" podcast. Steven and Alastair discuss the current state of EO, before turning to the Rasters Revealed event coming up on January 15th, which Alastair is organizing. Show notes on the Geomob we…
 
Any map lover who has ever been to London will know Stanfords Map & Travel Bookshop near Covent Garden. You can easily lose hours browsing in their amazing collection of maps, globes, and travel books covering every corner of the world. In this episode Steven chats with Vivien Godfrey, CEO of Stanfords. Vivien reviews the almost 200-year history of…
 
Another of our regular catch up episodes. Steven and Ed tell us what they've been up to. The conversation then turns to a mix of topics including annual planning in the time of covid, the upcoming OSMF and OSGeoUK elections. Enjoy. Show notes on the Geomob website, where you can also learn more about Geomob events and make sure you're on our monthl…
 
Steven catches up with old friend Jeremy Morley, Chief Geospatial Scientist at the UK's Ordnance Survey. The two first reflect on the evolution of the open geo scene in the UK over the last decade or so (memories that will bring a smile to anyone who fought in the neo v paleo geo wars). The thrust of the conversation is looking back on the OSMGB pr…
 
This episode is a real treat because I had the chance to chat with Daniel O'Donohue, one of the founders of MapScaping. MapScaping is a retailer of beautiful maps and map socks, but is probably best known for the MapScaping Podcast, one of the most widely listened to podcasts in the geospatial world. Daniel shares his personal story, tells us about…
 
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