HydroSHEDS is a free GIS data source (sub-basins, rivers, lakes, waterfalls, and more) for water resources management and decision-making.
These 3 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) data platforms provide us with access to high-quality and free drone imagery in geospatial format.
From near real-time satellite views to live feeds, this article aims at showing you how to view a live satellite map of the world.
This article explains the 5 versions of the Blue Marble (Apollo 17 was the first) and how you can download each NASA satellite image of Earth.
By stitching 400+ images from space, NASA’s Black Marble (Earth at Night) map the most comprehensive night view using Suomi NPP imagery.
A web mapping service (WMS) consists of geospatial data hosted on a GIS server with standards set by the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC).
Esri’s Living Atlas of the World is the largest curation of maps, apps, and data layers from authoritative providers around the world.
COGO (Coordinate Geometry) is a tool that maps the geometry from survey plans for land parcels, road allowances, and property easements.
We list the top geometric networks as GIS data sources that you can use for routing, geocoding, map display or any type of network analysis.
This post is dedicated to Antarctica data. If you’re trying to find data for the South Pole, then we have research stations, satellite imagery and much more.