I did a PhD at Kingston University London in Photogrammetry/Remote Sensing and now work as an Earth
Observation Data Scientist at KisanHub.
I'm always interested in hearing about and participating in new work and research, so feel free to get in touch if you're interested in a collaboration.
Tweets a random image from the Sentinel2 satellite archives once an hour, first posting in 2014. Made using a simple python script and tweepy.
A sample of a 3D model created as part of my PhD in photogrammetry. Creation of LiDAR models (such as the GLAS globe pictured) are detailed on my blog.
Complete a form with a country and date range to see the number of asylum applications from that country to European countries within that time. Data from Eurostat, made in 2013 to assist fact checking.
Cameras and settings for aerial surveys in the geosciences: optimizing image data reviews common issues with Remote Sensing and Photogrammetric data acquisition and makes recommendations for best practice. Published in Progress in Physical Geography.
Here's a talk I gave at the Royal Geographical Society's AGM in 2016, discussing some of the issues introduced in the paper above.