SatSummit 2024
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Cameron Kruse

Creative Technologist at Earth Genome. He/Him.


Cameron is a creative technologist with Earth Genome and a National Geographic explorer. At Earth Genome Cameron leads the Plotline, an initiative exploring the intersection of food systems and climate change. The Plotline publishes design driven web based applications bringing to life models and research on how we can create a more climate friendly food system. In his work with National Geographic, Cameron has led several expeditions where he has produced films, photo essays, and interactive map based stories focused on rural communities and climate change. In his free time, you may find him trail running or struggling to climb large rocks in Yosemite. Learn more about Cameron’s work at or reach out on social media @camkruse.

On the agenda

  1. Data in the Browser

    May. 16, 01:15pm
    The Central Hub

    Browsers and apps are the last mile for the billions of daily decisions that deserve better earth data. This rapidly developing area is benefiting from investments in gaming, AR/VR, and spatial computing. User devices can process and visualize massive geospatial data in immersive ways, unlocking entirely new use cases. Shifts to cloud computing have also put the humble browser at the forefront of scientific research. This session will explore the future of geospatial in the browser.


    1. Aimee Barciauskas


    1. Cameron Kruse
    2. Tom MacWright
    3. Ryan Abernathey, PhD
    4. Kyle Barron

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  1. NASA Lifelines


  1. Element84

  2. Esri

  3. Impact Observatory

  4. United States Agency for International Development (USAID)