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Traffic signs and signals About the images We have made available more than 600 traffic-sign images from those in the publication Know your traffic signs. They are grouped in the same categories. The images are intended mainly for media professionals to reproduce in printed matter, on screen or in other media. The images are not intended for the use of traffic-sign professionals, who should refer to working drawings, chapters of the Traffic signs manual and other relevant sources on GOV.UK. Please use the images responsibly. Terms and conditions Reproducing images of traffic signs Traffic signs are Crown copyright. You may reproduce traffic-sign images free of charge and without having to seek permission, but you must reproduce them accurately and not in a misleading context (eg not on roadside billboards where they could mislead drivers). Please read the fuller conditions in the Open Government Licence. Image details Traffic signs image details (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 204KB) Images in JPG format Images in EPS format

Les Webservices Retour section Webmapping Définition d'un Webservice, d'un serveur WMS et WFS Sites généralistes listant les webservices WMS WebServices payant WebServices gratuit Bureau de recherches géologiques et minières BRGM Infoterre Serveur WMS : Serveur WfS : Cartorisque Cartorisque offre la possibilité d'accéder aux données publiées selon les spécifications Web Map Service (WMS) et Web Feature Service (WFS) élaborées par l'Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)Cartorisque Serveur WMS par département : Exemple : l'adresse WMS du serveur Cartorisque du Tarn est : Serveur WMS sur la France métropolitaine : Discussion sur le forum (source) DREAL du Languedoc-Roussillon GéoFoncier Serveur WMS : GeoLittoral Geolittoral GéOpenService : le serveur WMS de Géosignal Divers Autriche

Mapping our Worlds | an interactive online exhibit OpenStreetMap Where is this? Reverse Directions Welcome to OpenStreetMap! OpenStreetMap is a map of the world, created by people like you and free to use under an open license. Hosting is supported by UCL, Bytemark Hosting, and other partners. Learn More Start Mapping <div id="noscript"><p>You are either using a browser that does not support JavaScript, or you have disabled JavaScript. 300 km 100 mi © OpenStreetMap contributors ♥ Make a Donation Directions from hereDirections to hereAdd a note hereShow addressQuery featuresCentre map here

Training | Esri UK This site uses cookies to store information on your computer. Some cookies on this site are essential, and the site won't work as expected without them. These cookies are set when you submit a form, login or interact with the site by doing something that goes beyond clicking on simple links. We also use some non-essential cookies to anonymously track visitors or enhance your experience of the site. If you don't disable these cookies then we consider use of this site to consent to use these cookies. By using our site you accept the terms of our Privacy Policy. (Ticking this sets a cookie to hide this popup if you then hit close. about this tool About Cookie Control

Software - geOrchestra Spatial Data Infrastructure geOrchestra’s core relies on a security proxy based on Spring Security and on a single-sign-on system using CAS. geOrchestra provides independant and interoperable modules to build your own custom spatial data infrastructure: a data catalog based on GeoNetwork version 2.10, a map and feature server: GeoServer version 2.5.4, an advanced data access list manager: GeoFence, a map tiles server: GeoWebCache version 1.5.1, an advanced web map viewer with query, styling, editing functions, a data extractor to extract, reproject and download datasets from OGC services, a user and group manager (“ldapadmin”), a module to display data usage statistics (“analytics”). License All geOrchestra modules are available under the terms of the GNU GPL v3 license, except: JASIG CAS - Apache License, version 2.0, GeoNetwork & GeoServer - GPL v2, GeoWebCache - LGPL. Our main libraries are using a mix of licenses, compatible with the Open Source definition: Web Services Releases

Mapping Vintage Photographs | What's That Picture? I have a particular interest in visual tools that help interpret historic photos, and what better a way to do this than maps? So here is a start at pulling together all the services I know that achieve this, to one extent or another. Any additional suggestions are always welcome. See also my summary of Mobile apps for vintage photographs (previously a section of this page) Geotagged Photographs on Flickr Screengrab from Flickr Flickr claim that they are “almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world” – a huge claim, but one as an avid user I’d go along with. The best example of this is The Commons but although many of the images are geotagged (17,210 as at 23 November 2011) there’s no way, unless anyone wants to correct me, of displaying a single map of them. Examples of maps for Flickr Commons institutions (For all these Flickr maps click on the ‘interesting’ link at the bottom to see the best and widest spread of images) Historypin What Was There

Earthquake visualization The FME Evangelist » FME 2011 Special: The FeatureReader Hi all, If you’ve used FME2011 – or attended any of our FME World Tour events – then you may have noticed a new transformer called the FeatureReader. It’s not often a single transformer gets a whole FME Evangelist post to itself, but this remarkable piece of functionality is going to be very popular with power users, besides simple enough for anyone to understand. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the FeatureReader! What Does it Do? When the parameters dialog is opened, the standard FME Reader parameters are there to be entered: When the workspace is run, each feature that enters the transformer triggers reading from this dataset. A Creator transformer can be used to trigger the FeatureReader to read that data, like this: OK, so there’s a little more to it than that; otherwise we could just rely on Readers in the workspace. Feature Type List Firstly, there is the possibility to specify the Feature Types to read using a string stored in an attribute: Regards, FME World Tour 2014

Esri Geoportal Server - Open Source Software The National Parks: America's Best Idea: Place-Based Digital Storytelling Modules Here you will find eleven screencasts (video tutorials) and associated quick-start guides offering hands-on training in place-based digital storytelling. Using themes woven into the film and highlighted in the lesson plans, these modules train teachers how to integrate new media, digital storytelling, and online mapping projects in their curriculum to engage students in authentic learning. The modules can be used separately or together, letting participants choose the appropriate level of engagement, given available skill level, time, and resources. The hands-on, project based educational materials offer a wonderful opportunity to explore place-based teaching and learning using "easy to integrate" new media tools and techniques. About the Screen Casts Tier 1 screencasts require a minimum of time and computing power. Tier 2 screencasts offer training in exciting new media tools to better connect people to their place and students to their community. Tier 1: Easy Geo-Tagging