Links of the Week (2015/8)

Hey out there!

I thought it would be quite nice to give you some interesting/entertaining links once every week.
The content will not only be GIS-related, but be in a more broader section around geoinformatics.

This week:

РMost of the time you are classifying with the NDVI? Have a look at Index Database. It is a powerful database for searching for useful but relatively  unknown remote sensing indices.

– Arte Documentary Big Earth Data (in German, in French)

Routing on OpenStreetMap.org is now available

– Latest trend in Laserscanning: Multispectral LiDAR. Article from GIM International: Bringing Colour to Point Cloud (1, 2, 3)

– Have a look at the maps and infographics of Stamen Design. Real Eyecandy.

That’s it for this week!
Have fun!

Simon

About This Author

Simon is a research assistant in the field of remote sensing at Technical University of Munich (TUM). Currently he is working on methods to describe reed ecosystem parameters with the help of hyperpectral and LiDAR data. Besides geoinformatics he loves to do outdoor activities such as hiking and climbing.

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