Earth Blox Unveils Revolutionary, No-code Solution to Access Satellite Data

Credit: Earth Blox

Earth Blox revealed its revolutionary, no-code software putting satellite data directly in the hands of non-experts to deliver as-yet untapped value to environmental and humanitarian projects.

EDINBURGH, 3 February 2022 (Earth Blox PR) — In partnership with Google, in a widely attender Google Earth Outreach webinar, Earth Blox demonstrated its ability to provide near-instantaneous cloud powered access and analysis of satellite imagery in a no-code user interface (UI), opening access to Earth observation (EO) data to non-experts of every sector like never before.


Google Earth Goes All 3-D on the Moon

Google Earth now brings you the moon
Financial Post

On Monday, the search engine giant unveiled Moon in Google Earth, an interactive, three-dimensional atlas of the Moon as part of its Google Earth 5.0 satellite imaging and mapping software, to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of Mr. Armstrong and Mr. Aldrin’s historic sojourn on the lunar surface on July 20, 1969.


Google to Announce Major Addition to Google Earth on Apollo 11 Anniversary


In conjunction with the 40th anniversary of Apollo 11, Google has scheduled a press conference in Washington, DC on July 20th to make a “very special announcement about the newest addition to Google Earth.”

The blogosphere is awash with speculation as to what the Internet search giant might announce. Most of it focuses on an upgraded Google Moon program with 3-D mapping, much as the company did for Google Earth.