This post has generated loads of activity and engagement via LinkedIn. The article discusses the coronavirus outbreak and delves into a look at some trusted map and data resources that are tracking the spread.
Apertio Unlocks the Value of Open Government Data With the First Deep Search Engine of Its Kind – Metadata Enrichment technology overcomes the limitations of Google Dataset Search, taking Open Dataset discovery to the next level
This via Geonet – At the request of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and working with the Homeland Infrastructure Foundation Level Data (HIFLD) Committee Chair and Federal GeoPlatform system owner, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has launched a dedicated website to provide Open Data in support of Hurricane Harvey.
Are you concerned about data vanishing from the Internet? Now you can report and help tack datasets that are vanishing. The sunlight foudnation has a community resource where you can report data that you notice has vanished.
Website Supports Governor Wolf’s Open Data Initiative
Today (Jan 29, 2016) via livestream, the city of Los Angeles officially announced the launch of their latest OpenData initiative, the GeoHub. The livestream for the media featured Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Esri’s Jack Dangermond.
New Open Data Directive Drafted with Feedback from Ontarians
New platform will provide a deeper understanding of topics that impact on our lives
The Government wants you to Get started and and break things – Interesting news via the US open Data blog… “After a long year of alpha testing, which started on August 19th, we are excited to announce our launch of a new, even-more-stable phase of dat. Beta starts now.”
An interesting data tip came into yours truly over Twitter via user @RSchultzSNHU introducing us to a data resource called OpenAerialMap