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Friday, September 11th, 2009

Utility Improves Reliability and Efficiency of Philippine Water Supply

Antipolo City is located in the northern half of Rizal Province, which is within the eastern boundary of metropolitan Manila in the Philippines. Antipolo City is the second largest city in Rizal Province, with a total land area of 38,575 hectares. The topography is rugged, rising from the coastal plain at elevations of about 6

Friday, September 11th, 2009

Job: Sustainability Assessment Officer, Wiltshire Council

This is an exciting new post where you’ll have the opportunity to ensure that sustainability is at the heart of Wiltshire Council’s spatial planning processes. Working in a small, friendly team, you’ll ensure that the Council’s Local Development Documents and associated policies meet necessary environmental, social and economic sustainability criteria, through Strategic Environmental Assessment and

Tuesday, July 14th, 2009

Matrox Introduces New DisplayPort Solutions

Graphics Cards – Choose any combination of pivoted, independent or stretched display configurations with these remarkable graphics cards which offer 1GB of memory. Combine two M9148 cards in a single system to drive up to eight DisplayPort or DVI monitors  

Thursday, June 25th, 2009

Beneath the Surfaces: The Hidden Elegance in Parametric Design – II

In Part II of ‘Beneath the Surfaces: The Hidden Elegance in Parametric Design’ architect Don Chong continues to discuss the fuss over ‘parametric design’ and ‘computational design’, based on his observations at the Bentley SmartGeometry conference in San Francisco recently. His attention turns to design data and the development of design tools in real-time. 

Thursday, June 18th, 2009

Timmons Group Releases Web LoGIStics for Flex

Timmons Group, a leader in Enterprise Geospatial products and services, is proud to announce the release of Web LoGIStics for Flex.  Web LoGIStics is designed for local governments and their internal and external constituents.

Thursday, June 4th, 2009

Rutherford County Selects Fugro EarthData for 5-Year Mapping Contract

Rutherford County, Tennessee, recently awarded a 5-year geospatial services contract to Fugro EarthData, Inc. Under this open-ended contract, Fugro EarthData will provide updated orthoimagery, planimetric, and topographic mapping services to the county. Additional services may include oblique imagery, land use/land cover mapping, and emergency response mapping.

Friday, January 9th, 2009

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Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Michael Gould Joins ESRI’s Education Team

PR – Thinking spatially helps solve many of the problems faced in daily life, from the simple, like finding driving directions, to the complex, such as responding to natural disasters. With a focus on promoting spatial literacy among students in all disciplines, Dr. Michael Gould joins ESRI as director of higher education. He will also

Friday, October 31st, 2008

Microsoft Announces Data Visualization Platform

PR – At the GEOINT 2008 Symposium this week, Microsoft Corp. continues to highlight its numerous contributions to the growing market for geospatial software offerings with the unveiling of Microsoft Single View Platform (SVP), a collaboration and data visualization platform that provides government agencies with solutions for one comprehensive geospatial view of critical data.

Saturday, January 26th, 2008

One Step at a Time – Or a Step Too Far?

Implementing new software can be like a leap in the dark. You have to have faith that the team will pick it up quickly or else productivity will dip. But, let’s face it, nobody is ever very enthusiastic about learning something new when they are under pressure. You might be prescient enough to see what

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