CartoDB launches CARTO Builder to enable Data Analysts to build location intelligence applications without coding. It integrates a new visual language for performing spatial analysis and ready-to-use widgets that allows for filtering, drill-down, and exploration of location data.
NEW YORK, April 22, 2016 – CartoDB, a leading company in location intelligence, and Mapzen, an open source and open data mapping company, have announced a technology and commercialization partnership. As part of this agreement CartoDB will integrate and commercialize Location Data Services, created by Mapzen, for Enterprise users.
Nutiteq’s native-mobile technology will help expand CartoDB’s enterprise offering and deliver multi-platform SDK and innovative location intelligence applications
Accel Partners Leads Round with Participation from Earlybird, Kibo and Salesforce Ventures
Design competition that brings artists + data scientists together – Create and submit projects that merge information design and beauty into cultural and spatial insight.
From now on, our brand new functionality will analyze your uploaded datasets and make suggestions of columns to visualize, offering you a selection of ready-made maps from the moment you click over to the dashboard. The platform will now give you a variety of sample maps to choose from, tailored to fit your visualization needs.
Breakthrough Collaboration Offers Affordable Pricing to Enable Journalists, Online Publishers and Data Scientists to Quickly Create Dynamic Maps Featuring On-Demand Satellite Imagery
Like many of you, I really enjoy using open tools. I’m lucky also because most of the creators of some fine tools and web services will typically provide me with full access to exploit and test their apps. Recently, the gang at Spatial Networks provided me with access to their FulcrumApp mobile data collection tool.
A timeline of activity relating to the deprecation of Google Maps Engine and the subsequent interest from Esri and CartoDB.