By Joe Morrison on October 9th, 2020
We joined with Radiant Earth at the Cloud Native Geospatial Spring to run a labeling competition for non-technical folks. This resulted in over 2.3 million square kilometers mapped and lots of lessons learned.
By Rob Emanuele and Simon Kassel on August 17th, 2020
PySTAC 0.5.0 for STAC 1.0.0-beta.2 is released! We're keeping PySTAC up with changes to the spec itself, and rounding out the library with new extensions and features. In this post, we’ll catch you up with what’s new.
By Joe Morrison on November 22nd, 2019
We're investing heavily in the STAC specification - including building a STAC-compatible Python library and server as well contributing to the Label Extension. We're hoping this work will help accelerate adoption across the geospatial engineering community more broadly.
By Rob Emanuele on November 4th, 2019
PySTAC is a Python library for reading, writing, and manipulating SpatioTemporal Asset Catalogs. PySTAC 0.3 is now released and ready to use!
By Niki LaGrone, James Santucci and Aaron Su on October 1st, 2019
STAC is creating an ecosystem of interoperable spatiotemporal assets. Learn how Azavea has contibuted and about future steps for the specification.