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Monday, August 13th, 2007

Mapping Water Losses – A Success Story

Few businesses can operate for long while experiencing annual inventory shrinkage of 20 percent or more. Yet, that’s the situation faced by water utilities around the world as their distribution systems regularly pour treated, potable water down the proverbial drain. Water loss represents a major fraction of non-revenue water (NRW), and it’s a problem that

Thursday, August 9th, 2007

Source of Truth

Data quality is an integral part of any organisation, and yet is often a forgotten discipline. It is clear that the manual maintenance of large-scale datasets is time consuming, expensive and often unrealistic, so what can we do to combat the problem? This column will address the latest spatial data quality issues, why they matter,

Tuesday, August 7th, 2007

Errors and Usability

This spring I became part of the new booming map-society: the society of the personal navigation systems owners. I bought a brand new navigation-system-device for me and my car. The navigation-system-device was used for the first time when my wife and I had to navigate from a London airport to some friends’ address in a

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