ESRI Developer Summit – including ArcWeb Services- rich mapping functionality delivered via web service
Archives for February 2006
RAISES REVENUE AND EARNINGS GUIDANCE FOR FISCAL 2007
Richmond Hill, Ontario – February 28, 2006: PCI Geomatics® has added, updated, and restructured its Geomatica® training courses to better suit the needs of both the beginner and the experienced user.
Microsoft’s Windows Live Local is offering up a limited Technical Preview of ‘street-side’ a new feature that Microsoft is building for its Windows Live Local consumer local search and mapping site. Street-side provides three new street-level vantage points for Windows Live Local users wanting a sneak preview of desired destinations, and surrounding visual cues on […]
Delivering a cost effective yet powerful solution for smaller utilities and local governments.
Avenza’s Geographic Imager is a plug-in for Adobe Photoshop CS2 that allows you to work with spatial raster images within Photoshop, thus allowing you to use the powerful and vast image editing tools of Photoshop to enhance and manipulate your spatial imagery. Not only will these images retain their georeference information after being processed by […]
LAKEWOOD, COLO., 28 February 2006 – WhiteStar Corp. today introduced Brad Taggart as Director of Technology. Taggart, who brings two decades of experience related to geographic information and digital mapping in the petroleum industry, will oversee production of WhiteStar’s growing line of digital cartographic products for oil & gas, pipeline, and natural resource customers.
Paris, France – February 28, 2006 – Webraska, a leading provider of mobile GPS navigation solutions and high-end geospatial software platforms for wireless carriers and major service providers worldwide, is pleased to announce that its has signed a partnership agreement with Terralink International, New Zealand’s leading GIS data integrator, to power GPS navigation, internet mapping, […]
Sebastopol, CA–There’s a new world of technology taking shape, moving the computing ecosystem to higher ground: geospatial. Pioneered by grassroots developers, startup projects, and innovative mash-ups, these new mapping and location-related tools and services are promising both disruptions and opportunities.
Closing Thoughts on Mashup Camp — from the Weblog of Stephen O’Grady. Stephen was one of some 300 mashup enthusiasts in attendance at Mashup Camp… bloggin from the event, Stephen graciously share’s his thoughts from the event with GISuser… enjoy!