Spatial Data Quality OCDQ Radio is a vendor-neutral podcast about data quality and its related disciplines, produced and hosted by Jim Harris. During this episode, Clarence Hempfield and I discuss aspects of spatial data quality, including the three basic spatial data types (points, lines, and polygons), data quality issues that can affect them, business applications of spatial data for enterprise location intelligence, and how mobile devices are driving the consumerization of geographic information systems (GIS), requiring business and consumer awareness of the data privacy implications of increasingly location-aware mobile applications. Clarence Hempfield has over 17 years of experience in the high-tech industry with extensive experience in product management, product marketing, sales, and communications. He is the Director of Global Product Strategy for Pitney Bowes Software, where he leads global product strategy for enterprise location intelligence.
Instantly Deploy GIS Applications
Geomajas Geomajas is an enterprise-ready open source GIS framework for the web. It has client-server integration for displaying and editing of geographic data. Geomajas
Announcing MapBox Streets: A Global Map with Street Level Detail We’re excited to release MapBox Streets, our first global block-level map powered by OpenStreetMap. MapBox Streets makes it incredibly easy to get a beautiful, fresh street map on your website or mobile application in place of Google Maps. Get started now using MapBox Streets with a free account from MapBox, or with any of our monthly plans for higher usage and bulk support.
Global coverage and fresh design MapBox Streets is a beautiful alternative to Google Maps powered by high-quality open data from OpenStreetMap, available now from MapBox. Liberate your maps with global street level detail, rich features, and your own custom design. Apply custom styles MapBox streets comes in a variety of gorgeous preset color schemes, or you can take control and customize the color levels and features of your map. Tour MapBox
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Opening Up 140,000 Miles of Road Data in Africa Working with FAO's Africover project and the UN's Data Exchange Platform for the Horn of Africa (DEPHA), we opened up over 140,000 miles of road data in seven African nations on OpenStreetMap. The new data is from the Congo DRC, Tanzania, Sudan, Kenya, Burundi, and Rwanda. This is a huge open data win and a good win for our operations since OpenStreetMap data plays a crucial role in many of our mapping projects. Adding this information to a widely accessible public source represents a significant improvement to available coverage, especially in rural areas.
GE and Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Health conducted a survey in mid-2010 that examines the relationship between Saudi Arabian consumers and their health. This visualization is also hosted on GE's healthymagination website for Saudi Arabia. That version of the application updates continuously based on user input. Health in Saudi Arabia
Kyris GeoBI Professionnels de l'équipement des magasins : vos Futurs Clients sont dans le Fichier des Permis de Construire des Locaux Commerciaux Ces informations issues de la base Sitadel2, sont un moyen simple pour connaitre les projets de vos clients et ainsi les contacter pour présenter vos offres. Tous les mois, nous vous fournissons la liste des permis de construire acceptés : c'est donc mensuellement plus de 500 permis concernant des locaux commerciaux.
Jeudi 5 décembre 2013 4 05 /12 /Déc /2013 12:06 -Analyse enfin branché sur Mapinfo… Apres quelques mois de cogitation et de nombreuses maquettes. Le plus lourd de la programmation est enfin terminé. : K-analyse en version PRO s'ouvre sur les SIG " lourd " : le premier étant Mapinfo. le blog decigeo