Microsoft’s First GPS Device Combines Best-Selling GPS Technology from SiRF With New-Generation Mapping and Trip-Planning Software
Archives for August 2004
To celebrate their 50th anniversary, the University of California Riverside (UCR) Extension program is giving away one free class apiece to 25 current and returning students and 25 brand new students.
Sidwell is proud to be a Participant & Sponsor of the following events:
Keyhole ® 2 enterprise suite delivers grid-based distributed data processing for massive geospatial datasets with unprecedented manageability and ease of use
Marks First Time Satellite Imagery Used in Program
The Hurricane FAQ, created and maintained by NOAA hurricane researcher Chris Landsea and his colleagues, includes a wide range of information on basic hurricane science and many related topics such as travel during hurricane season, hurricane history and general storm facts.
Hyperion and ALI data from the EO-1 satellite have had their processing prices reduced by approximately 50%. This brings the processing fee for this data down to US$250 (plus freight).
The SDTS was designed by a group of people representing government agencies, universities, and private companies that all saw a requirement for a robust way of transferring earth- referenced spatial data between dissimilar computer systems with the potential for no information loss.
@City Inc., founded in 2000, produces innovative street-level, 360-degree panoramic image maps called iStreetView™. iStreetView™ provides geo-coded street-level digital imagery with high-resolution panoramic views on the web. The iStreetView™ system consists of 360-degree image acquisition using a proprietary scanning system, image processing to generate geo-coded panoramic image databases, and integration with web browsing software.
Simply enter an address, and our system will put you at the controls of a bird’s view aerial imagery to explore your digital earth. View topos and imagery by simply specifying an address A public service of Florida International University sponsored by the National Science Foundation, NASA, the United States Geological Survey, and IBM.