“Open” – The World’s first short film on Open Government, Open Data, and Open Source

[September 28, 2015, Toronto, ON] – Make Web Not War Studios present “Open” – a short film from OGT Productions, a new startup whose aim is to create Civic Engagement as Art. The film suggests that most people are not aware of how the Open movement is drastically changing the way things get done, and asks if these changes can be applied to government. Continue reading ““Open” – The World’s first short film on Open Government, Open Data, and Open Source”

Esri Supports White House Initiatives to Combat Climate Change and Map Alaska and the Arctic

In support of today’s announcement from the White House regarding climate change and modernizing maps of Alaska, Esri has committed to provide tools and data to improve climate resilience for citizens, communities, and companies in Alaska and the Arctic. Continue reading “Esri Supports White House Initiatives to Combat Climate Change and Map Alaska and the Arctic”

Get started and and break things! US Open Data – Dat Goes Beta

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.” Continue reading “Get started and and break things! US Open Data – Dat Goes Beta”

Victorian Government Initiative Leads to Unique Cloud-Based Geospatial Modelling Tool

Melbourne, Australia June 22, 2015 – VPAC Innovations, the makers of Landblade and a leading provider of software development services for geospatial, engineering and scientific applications, has received the prestigious iAwards Victoria award for Landblade under the Research & Development category. The iAwards honours companies at the cutting edge of technology innovation and recognises the achievements of Australian innovators. Continue reading “Victorian Government Initiative Leads to Unique Cloud-Based Geospatial Modelling Tool”

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