Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights

Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights

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  • The dimensions, superstructure and color scheme of the tug (right) which controls access to Sevastopol Bay are very similar to Russia’s Okhtenskiy class of seagoing tugs, such as MB-173 (inset). Coordinates: 44.62N, 33.51E. Inset photo by A. Brichevsky, Black Sea Fleet Information Resource...
  • Example of intense, localized destruction in Aleppo, Syria, between 15 December 2012 (left) and 24 February 2013. AAAS/©2013 DigitalGlobe, ©2013 Astrium In an article that reflects a growing synergy between computing and human rights, the magazine of a leading computing association has named the...
  • 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...