The Geospatial Revolution Project examines the world of digital mapping and how it is changing the way we think, behave, and interact. Geospatial and location-based technologies influence nearly everything. Episode One provides an introduction to Global Positioning Systems (GPS), Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) and the history and applications of digital mapping and geospatial technology. Episode Two explores how cities and businesses use geospatial technology. Episode Three discusses warfare, diplomacy, police protection and privacy issues. Episode Four explores climate issues, hunger prevention, disease tracking and community empowerment. Includes supplemental Learning Materials with short video clips, background essays, discussion questions and ties to educational standards. Produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting. Spanish and English Subtitles included on video episodes. Includes Episodes 1-4 with additional Learning Materials
Media Type: DVD
Length: 4 x 15 minutes
Stock Number: 1111DVD
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