The fourth and final episode of the Geospatial Revolution project, created by Penn State Public Broadcasting, has been released.
If you've missed any of the previous episodes, I strongly recommend that you check them out. Episode One covered a wide overview of "how" and "why" questions regarding geospatial technologies, and Episode Two dug into more specific examples including the City of Portland and the well-known shipping company UPS. Episode Three discussed how geospatial technologies are using in war and in keeping the peace.
Episode Four covers four main topics:
• Monitoring a Changing Climate
• Preventing Hunger
• Tracking Disease
• Mapping Power to the People