London is one of the most mapped cities in the world. For centuries, cartographers have crafted different styles of map that make it easier for travellers to get around and for planners to better understand the land around them. Some maps have been designed for purely utilitarian purposes, while others have a more artistic purpose. […]
LONDON, October 13, 2015 – Fuller, aka Gareth Wood, a British artist, has drawn a meticulous map of London, which has taken an astonishing ten years to complete.
Here’s an interesting effort that gives you a modern day webmap revealing London back in the 16th Century when Shakespear was around.
Something fun and cool from the UK… a Minecraft map / rendition of London
GEO Business, is a major new geospatial event for everyone involved in the gathering, storing, processing and delivering of geospatial information. A hands-on geospatial event that not only incorporates an international trade exhibition and a cutting edge conference, but also a programme of live workshops and demonstrations featuring the technology and services used by those […]
Telematics is changing the insurance industry so we’ve put together the Insurance Telematics Europe Conference (May 9-10, London). It will tackle issues such as consumer privacy concerns to take this new technology mass market. There are just 21 places left so I wanted to give you a quick update incase you’d like to attend: • […]
The Nokia Developer Summit is held in conjunction with Nokia World. As Nokia’s biggest event, this offers you new opportunities to meet professionals from every part of the mobile industry.