Geospatial Technologies for Conservation

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We need to think about how we can conserve our natural resources. Not only to ensure that these resources are here for future generations, but to make certain that we are using them wisely and economically now. As populations grow, we find ourselves rapidly consuming these resources and causing harm to our planet. Through the use of geospatial technologies for conservation, we can better manage how we use natural resources and work towards sustainability. Six of our IGNITE Finalists have developed apps that can be used to preserve our natural resources. Check out the IGNITE Smart M.Apps from the Conservation category.

Energy Conservation

heat-loss-probeHeat Loss Probe – Use aerial imagery to identify buildings with poor thermal insulation.

 

 Flora and Fauna

everybody-countsEverybody Counts: My Safari – Count everything from frogs to ferns with this crowd sourcing solution.

 

Forestry and Agriculture

global-green-analyzerGlobal Green Analyzer – Get current overviews of vegetation greenness so you can make informed decisions.

time-seriesTime Series Image Visualizer – Investigate dynamic properties of vegetation and their relationship to seasonal changes, using time series satellite imagery.

 

 Conservation Education

geo.Geo – An educational game to teach geography and environmental awareness.

 

Learn more about Hexagon Smart M.Apps and other Smart M.Apps submitted by our IGNITE Finalists.

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Rosalie Azzato

Rosalie Azzato joined the Hexagon Geospatial team as a Digital Marketing Specialist in July 2015. In her role, she helps in developing marketing campaigns and strategies to direct online traffic to the company website through social media, contributing to industry and company blogs, and keeping up to date with current digital trends. Rosalie obtained a Bachelor of Science in Communication, as well as a minor in marketing from Kennesaw State University. Outside of work, she enjoys attending concerts, spending time with her friends and family, and cuddling with her dogs, Darla and Ozzy.

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