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Geo-Location Tools

Images Search                

1.Tiny Eye: (Search by image and find where that image appears online)

2. Digital Inspiration: (With Reverse Image Search by Google, you can quickly discover visually similar photos from around the web.)

3. Social Catfish: (Find anyone online using image, phone, email, name and username searches. We help you search for people and verify online connections. To be used with TOR due to GDPR restrictions.)

4. Small SEO Tools: (Helps identify similar images across the internet.)

5. Image Raider: (Image Raider helps retrieve the source of an image and all of the other pages where it has been posted.)

6. FotoForensics: (Image Forensic Analysis Tool)

7. Reveal Image Verification Assistant: (Forensic analysis tool providing eight filters to detect still images alterations.

8. Amnesty YouTube Dataviewer: (Reverse image search and exact uploading time.)

Location Identification Tools                    

  1. SunCalc: (SunCalc shows the movement of the sun and sunlight-phase for a certain day at a certain place.– Useful for establishing the hour of an event.)
  2. Coordinates Converter: (converts coordinates between different conversion styles)
  3. GeoVisual Search: (query images for similar geographic features)
  4. ArcGIS: (Connect people, locations, and data using interactive maps. Work with smart, data-driven styles and intuitive analysis tools. Share your insights with the world or specific groups.)
  5. GeoGig: (Users are able to import raw geospatial data (currently from Shapefiles, PostGIS or SpatiaLite) in to a repository where every change to the data is tracked. These changes can be viewed in a history, reverted to older versions, branched in to sandboxed areas, merged back in, and pushed to remote repositories.)
  6. Resource Watch: (Resource Watch features hundreds of data sets all in one place on the state of the planet’s resources and citizens. Users can visualize challenges facing people and the planet, from climate change to poverty, water risk to state instability, air pollution to human migration, and more.)
  7. Google Earth: (Google Earth is a computer program that renders a 3D representation of Earth based primarily on satellite imagery.)
  8. NASA EarthData: (This app from NASA’s EOSDIS provides the capability to interactively browse over 900 global, full-resolution satellite imagery layers and then download the underlying data. Many of the imagery layers are updated daily and are available within three hours of observation – essentially showing the entire Earth as it looks “right now”. This supports time-critical application areas such as wildfire management, air quality measurements, and flood monitoring.)
  9. Google Maps: (Allows 3D street views.)
  10. DualMaps: (Dual Maps combine synchronized Google Maps, Aerial Imagery and Google Street View into one embeddable control.)
  11. Mapillary: (Crowdsourced street-level imagery and map data from all over the world.)
  12. Wikimapia: (Crowdsourced data for different geographic locations all over the world)
  13. find2places: (Allows querying Google Maps API for 2 specific places in precise distance from each other within given radius. Useful for geolocating from photographs.)
  14. Sentinel Hub Playground: (Cloud API for Satellite Imagery.)
  15. Liveuamap: (Live map of conflict news.)
  16. Global Threat Assessment Map: (This map contains a threat assessment of key countries as well as the current political climate)
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