This blog post on expert forecast on AI/ML is part of the GeoAI Series, inspired by the WGIC GeoAI Report.
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GEO and WGIC are jointly undertaking a study on the Mapping for GHG monitoring from Space, that aims to create an inventory of earth observation satellites and their capabilities to monitor GHG Emissions from space.
This blog post on Key Trends related to GeoAI Techniques is part of the GeoAI Series, inspired by the WGIC GeoAI Report.
As WGIC enters the fourth year, it welcomes new Members, Executive Board, Office Bearers, and Committee Chairs
The recently held Annual and Executive Board Meetings came out with announcements on new Members, the incoming Executive Board, and newly elected Office Bearers and Committee Chairs.
The global report aims to inform both governments and industry alike on the GeoAI Trends. Also, it reviews the laws and policies on AI governance and provides recommendations on policy principles for industry and governments.
The Government of India has issued new guidelines for acquiring and producing geospatial data and services, including maps.
March edtion of WGIC Policy Watch, featuring several special initiatives in Australia (a new privacy tool to protect Covid data), India (liberalizing geospatial data) and the United States (a GPS tool to help map the digital divide).
FAA nod for Automated Commercial Drone Flight, New GNSS Software Solution to support Galileo, Space Court in UAE in focus in the WGIC Policy Watch Newsletter this February 2021
The February issue of the WGIC Policy Watch highlights a number of advances, which in just the second month of 2021, are already taking hold.
Ms. Barbara J. Ryan has stepped up as the Executive Director of the World Geospatial Industry Council (WGIC) starting this new year.
This issue of Policy Watch highlights policy and program advances that countries around the world are making in Space, AI, UAVs, and data.
Australia, India, the US, Norway, and Dubai in focus in the WGIC Policy Watch Newsletter this November 2020
In November 2020, of WGIC’s Policy Watch Newsletter, we are
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WGIC’s Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning study aims at developing a practical policy framework
In the first phase of a two-phase research project, the
How is the recovery path for the geospatial industry looking?
E-Geos and Maxar Technologies, members of WGIC, have come up with satellite data to understand the extent of the damage of the Beirut disaster.