30 Jun

Company Spotlight: Pixxel

By Aaron Eben Based in Los Angeles, California with offices in US and India, Pixxel Space Technologies, Inc. is a space data company building a constellation of hyperspectral earth imaging satellites and the analytical tools to mine insights from that...
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31 May

Company Spotlight: Lost 52 Project

By Isobel Lu This month, the American Geographical Society had the opportunity to speak with ocean explorer, Tim Taylor, Founder of the Lost 52 Project and Tiburon Subsea. The Lost 52 Project is an exploration and archaeological project dedicated to...
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28 Apr

Company Spotlight: The Globe Building

The American Geographical Society had the pleasure of sitting down with Mr. Steven Stone, Owner and Managing Partner of the Globe Building, to discuss the historic building’s evolution into the latest hub for geospatial technology companies in St. Louis, Missouri....
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31 Mar

Company Spotlight: The Danforth Center

By Emily Frisan The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in St. Louis, Missouri serves as the world’s largest non-profit independent plant-research institution, with a mission to improve the human condition through plant science. Born and raised in St. Louis, founder...
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28 Feb

Company Spotlight: Trimble

By Catherine McKenna Earlier this month, the American Geographical Society had the opportunity to speak with Trimble’s Ian Warner, Director of Industry Workforce Development and Innovation, and Michelle Chessler, Vice President of Corporate Marketing. Trimble is an industrial technology company...
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31 Jan

Company Spotlight: GISMO

By Katie Anderson The use of GIS can be found in nearly all sectors of society, from GPS systems used in mapping applications, such as Lyft or Uber Eats, to 9-1-1 emergency response. The Geospatial Information Systems and Mapping Organization...
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