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On this episode of the Bourbon Friday Show, we had the opportunity to talk with Mark Tatgenhorst, Program Director of Geosaurus.
St. Louis to Serve as National Hub for Geospatial Leaders and Stakeholders
T-REX's Geosaurus Resource and Innovation space, Geosaurus, offers a bridge into St. Louis' geospatial industry for those who don't have security clearance.
NGA’s Mark Tatgenhorst to head Geosaurus, slated to open later this year.
Esri, a global leader in location intelligence, has announced that its St. Louis office intends to triple current professional services staff to support a...
- St. Louis physician Sheyna Gifford spent a year (Aug 2015-Aug 2016) isolated with five other researchers in a 1,200-sq.-ft. geodesic dome perched on a remote Hawaiian volcano’s hillside as part of a NASA-funded program to explore the possibilities of human colonization of Mars.
- The crew of the HI-SEAS IV, or Hawai’i Space Exploration Analog and Simulation, spent 12 months with no real-time contact, with people outside the dome, living in close quarters without access to outside air or fresh food aside from what they could grow. When they did venture outside, they wore analog "spacesuits."
- Gifford summed up the job as, “Go to Mars, grow food, do science, don’t kill each other.”
- Situated on Mauna Loa’s naturally barren, volcanic northern slope, the HI-SEAS habitation site closely replicated the inhospitable landscape of Mars.
- Data gathered from the resulting crew interactions and behavioral patterns in these tests will be vital to planning actual missions to Mars in years to come. The 2016 project was the longest U.S. space simulation mission to date.
- Gifford, a neuroscientist, practices medicine at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and has been working on various space-exploration projects since 1997.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and Saint Louis University (SLU) are co-sponsoring a new geospatial conference in St. Louis to bring together the government,...
USGIF's Scholarship Program annually awards students studying geospatial intelligence and related fields with financial assistance. We offer multiple scholarships at various amounts for high...
Given the early success of T-REX for Engility and NGA, I think the venerable tyrannosaur may be my new personal spirit animal.
While the billion-dollar NGA 2 headquarters won’t be finished until 2024, T-Rex and a handful of forward-thinking geospatial startups and companies are preparing by...
This year's second regional NewSpace Business Plan Competition will be held in conjunction with the 2017 ISDC in St. Louis. Startup companies will have the chance to present their business plan in front of a panel of investors to compete for a cash prize and guaranteed entry into the national competition in November.
The St. Louis-based National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) and EVNTUR event marketing firm are hosting a "first-of-its-kind geospatial technology...
Whether you want to understand a lava tube in the Galapagos Islands, a feature on the moon's surface, or an urban neighborhood, you might want to get to know Aaron Addison.