The Geospatial Revolution Project is a public media examination of the world of digital mapping and how it is changing the way we think, behave, and interact. Episode 1 presents an explanation of what the Global Positioning System (GPS) is and how it works; a timeline of mapping and geospatial technology; and a look at how crisis mapping and global crowdsourcing was critical to aid and rescue during the 2010 Haiti earthquake. Produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting. Spanish and English Subtitles included on DVD
Media Type: DVD
Length: 14 minutes
Stock Number: 1050DVD
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