Geospatial Information Systems’ Role in Homeland Security and Crisis Management – The Spatial and Situational Awareness Conference is a one-day conference that will examine the range of issues, challenges and opportunities for the geospatial community in the public, private and research sectors to come together to aid the homeland mission.
Archives for November 2007
This may be old-school for some of you, others will appreciate this simple tip. If you use a GPS-enabled cameraphone (like the Nokia N95, N82, Nokia Navigator etc…) then you can easily post your photos to flickr or other online services (use a tool like Shozu to help with this).
In response to consumer demand for quality real estate maps of available land and lots for sale, the SurfTheTurf.com Real Estate Team has released new San Diego maps that have accurate placement of land parcels for sale in the local Multiple Listing Service (MLS).
This week, Algeria celebrates the 5th anniversary of its first satellite, AlSAT-1 which marked the beginning of the country’s national space programme.
I’m glad to see the Terrain button option now available on Google maps – see the upper left area next to the Satellite option.
An interesting message came my way reminding me that Autodesk is celebrating their 25th year of innovation – I was aware of this and actually published a short 25 year anniversary feature a while back – see here.
Nice job on this video… I’m still not likely to be a frequent visitor to GPS maniac (nothing very interesting there.. sorry!) although these videos are freaking funny… go spencer! View the vid below for the poor man GPS [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GsHnxykLok&rel=1] For more related info see also SymbianOne.com and LBSzone.com
CellySpace is a clever new service that enables users to compose creative MMS messages, ringtones, videos or ?? and send to your mobile or share with friends. Users need to buy credits in order to use the service. See http://www.cellyspace.com/ For more related info see also SymbianOne.com and LBSzone.com
Interesting to see that Google Adsense program is now supporting video streaming from YouTube. Simply define your search criteria and serve relevant Youtube videos to your blog – and make some $ too! Watch the latest videos on YouTube.com For more related info see also SymbianOne.com and LBSzone.com
A new academic resource focused on the North is now up and running providing announcements about northern events and research opportunities.