Once again another wander around the web and some cool Geo Musings to share in an edition of the Carnival of the GeoSpatialists… cool, fun things from the GeoGeek Community – Enjoy!
Hampshire, UK – 30th April 2012: A new report from Juniper Research finds that future mobile augmented reality and location based services will be powered by over 4 billion MEMS (Micro Electro Mechanical Systems) sensor devices including accelerometer, gyroscopes, magnetometers and others such as pressure, humidity & temperature sensors. These inertial or motion sensors accounted […]
Gardiner, Maine – April 30, 2012 – Blue Marble Geographics (www.bluemarblegeo.com) and LMKR (www.lmkr.com) are excited to announce that the latest version of Blue Marble’s GeoCalc SDK has been embedded into GeoGraphix 2012 Release. The GeoCalc developer toolkit is an industry leading coordinate transformation engine that allows software developers to easily include accurate coordinate transformation […]
Multi-Year Agreement Covers 350 Major Chinese Cities for Use in Tencent’s Broad Range of Online Services LONGMONT, CO–(Apr 30, 2012) – DigitalGlobe (NYSE: DGI), a leading global provider of high-resolution earth imagery solutions, today announced that Tencent, one of the world’s largest online communities and Internet services portals, has signed a multi-year agreement for the […]
This from the Com-Geo event committee as an important deadline for submissions is approaching… Give a ten-minute inspirational lightning presentation, organize an exciting panel/course, or show a fantastic demo work, and share your ideas about Mobile GIS, Big Data Computing, GPU Computing, Social Computing, Cloud Computing, Sensors for geospatial research and application. Lightning Demo Talk […]
I’ve always been a huge fan of mapping neighborhoods and perceived neighborhood boundaries. These often subjective, invisible boundaries are very useful in many applications and in my mind a huge, untapped opportunity (ping me if you want to go into business!). This article from Fast Company looks at mapping and analyzing boundaries created from foursquare […]
A webinar of interest this coming week… The kubit team is honored to co-host this 30 minute webinar with our friends at the Autodesk Plant Solutions team.This session will demonstrate how point clouds can be used effectively in plant design and integrated with Autodesk’s AutoCAD® Plant 3D software. The kubit team will help bridge the gap […]
Date : May 1, 2012 Time : 9am – 3pm Location: StenniSphere NASA’s Applied Science & Technology Project Office at Stennis Space Center will host the Google Geospatial Seminar. Learn about powerful, easy-to-use geospatial tools such as… o Google Fusion Tables o Familiar spreadsheet interface o Automatically geocode your data o Easily perform spatial queries […]