Ahead of this year’s FOSS4G North America gathering, we’re rolling out a 2023 edition of our Geospatial Tech Radar idea, which we plan to update annually to track what’s up-and-coming in geospatial techniques, standards, data, and tools/platforms.
The geospatial and Earth Observation communities are tight knit. As purpose-driven organizations in this ecosystem, Element 84 and Azavea share many of the same priorities and values in an industry that is often focused on positive societal impact. As of February 16, 2023, this shared focus will manifest through the organizations coming together under the […]
At Azavea, interacting with and contributing to the geospatial community is a perpetual highlight of our work. For many years, Twitter has represented a hub of activity within the professional geospatial sphere, and we’ve enjoyed interacting with community members and sharing our work through the platform. In light of the uncertain future of Twitter, both […]
We outline our 10% time program in detail, highlight some notable examples and themes, and describe the impact of the program.
We donate a portion of our profits each year to support open source projects nominated by our team.
What is the Climate Change Learning Group? At Azavea, we’ve woven climate initiatives into the identity of our business. As one of the greatest threats to our planet’s future, climate change is something that unites and motivates our team. Recent hires at Azavea overwhelmingly cite climate work as a key motivator for joining the organization. […]
The US Census counts most people in their residence using the household survey, but the group quarters count is particularly relevant to drawing district boundaries and impacts the redistricting process.
NumFocus is a nonprofit that supports many open source tools used in Azavea’s projects. Here, we highlight how they have supported our work.