Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights

Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights

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  • The Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights Project of AAAS acquired and analyzed satellite imagery covering covering Aleppo, Syria from August 2012-May 2013 to assess the continuing conflict, including: documentation of military vehicles and equipment, roadblocks, signs of damage and destruction...
  • Figure 2: Neighborhood map of Aleppo: Legend 51 Abraj 16 Ard as Sabbagh 135 Industrial City of Sheik Najjar 33 Qal'at al Sharif 70 Ad Dallalin 87 Army Base 89 Jabal al Ghazzalat 71 Qarleq 42 Ad Dudu 5 Army Terrain 95 Jabal Badro 145 Qastal Mosht 79 Aghyol 48 Army Terrain 92 Jabriyeh 4 Ramouseh...
  • Google Earth Layer I. Introduction II. Data and Methods III. Results IV. Conclusion I. Introduction In September 2012, Amnesty International, USA (AIUSA) requested that the Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights Project of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) investigate...
  • The satellite imagery used in this project was acquired from Digital Globe (QuickBird), Orbimage (Orbview), GeoEye Corporation (Ikonos), and ImageSat International (ErosB). This imagery is visually analyzed for structural damage, evidence of village burning or abandonment, expansion and/or growth...
  • Introduction About the Satellites Evaluating a Project Identifying the Area of Interest Image Search and Identification A. Searching for Imagery on Google Earth B. Searching for DigitalGlobe Imagery C. Searching for GeoEye Imagery D. Searching for ImageSat Imagery Image Ordering Image Analysis A...
  • The Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights Project , a part of the Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights and Law Program of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), partnered with Crude Accountability and the Turkmen Initiative for Human Rights to investigate the status...
  • The United States Institute of Peace blog, The Olive Branch , featured a new grant to the AAAS Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights Project in a recent article. The AAAS grant, Hostile Territory: Revealing Trends in Cross-Border Conflict Using Satellite Imagery , is an 18-month project designed...
  • Study conducted by William M. Arkin for the Legal Advisor to the Office of the President of the State of Eritrea, 2002. Summary The countries of Ethiopia and Eritrea — located on the Horn of Africa - fought a two-year war beginning on May 6, 1998, and ending with a peace agreement signed by...