Techonomy at Davos: Geospatial Technology Unleashed

Former Vice President of the United States Al Gore introduced a panel at Davos on geospatial technology — a range of tools for the geographic mapping and analysis of the Earth and human societies. See the video of the full discussion.

Former Vice President of the United States Al Gore introduced a panel on geospatial technology — a range of tools for the geographic mapping and analysis of the Earth and human societies — moderated by Techonomy CEO David Kirkpatrick. The discussion centered on how satellite data and geospatial modeling can be used to create interactive maps and other data visualizations to critically inform our understanding of urbanization and sustainability.

See the discussion here.

 

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