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Monday, May 30th, 2011

WhereCamp EU 2011

WhereCamp EU 2001 was held in Berlin, Germany May 27-28 and was attended by an internaitonal audience that including a wide range of individuals involved in business, education and government geo-application development. Following previous WhereCamp approaches, the diverse and wide ranging topics for presentation were arranged and decided upon by attendees during each morning. The

Saturday, May 21st, 2011

Left, Right, Up, Down: New Directions in Signage and Wayfinding

Signage and wayfinding are integral elements for all structures. Signs help us to understand architecture and infrastructure, and communicate about the identity of a structure. Design is a key aspect for developing effective signage and this book includes a large number of international examples where design, communication and identity come togeher to help us experience

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

ASPRS 77th Annual Conference – Milwaukee

The American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) 2011 Annual Conference was held May 1-5 at the Frontier Airlines Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with many and varied conference activities and an attendance of over 1,100.  There were 11 workshops held on the two days preceding the conference covering a wide array of topics including,

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

Pursuing a State-Driven National Spatial Data Infrastructure

Effective spatial data management is essential to government administration at all levels from local to national. The City of Springfield and NASA Ames Research Center have begun collaboration on the technology and framework needed for sustainable spatial data management across all levels of government. This technology is open source and purposed to enhance the sharing

Monday, May 16th, 2011

The First National Map Conference Meets Outreach Objectives

The first-ever National Map User Conference took place last week in Denver, Colorado with a full-capacity crowd addressing the theme, “Engage. Connect. Discover.” The target was 350 attendees, but more than 400 came, with 15 federal agencies, many states, academic institutions, vendors and local governments represented. The program included 66 concurrent sessions, three listening session,

Sunday, May 15th, 2011

How Do We Reach and Teach Casual GIS Users?

There are many people who don’t consider themselves geospatial professionals, but instead are casual GIS users. They probably don’t go to GIS conferences, or keep up with everything that’s happening in the field, and yet I’ll bet they perform a sizeable proportion of all of the mapping and spatial analysis tasks that are done on

Monday, May 9th, 2011

Thinking About GIS: Geographic Information System Planning for Managers

Thinking About GIS is exactly that. Whether one is looking to begin a GIS project or is already involved in GIS operations and solutions but needs guidance and help, this book provides answers. Roger Tomlinson has thought about GIS from all aspects, from operations to management. He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to

Friday, April 29th, 2011

SPAR 2011 Showcases New 3D Technologies

In its eighth year, the annual SPAR International conference continued to grow and evolve, attracting record attendance of nearly 800 for the first time and more than 60 companies and associations to the exhibition hall. Held March 21 through 24, the event showed how much it has grown beyond its plant and process roots, with

Friday, April 29th, 2011

Looking Back at CAPIGI 2011 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands

CAPIGI 2011 took place in Amsterdam from 4th to 6th of April. The Community on Agricultural Policy Implementation and Geo-Information gathered for the 4th time, connecting people from governments, industry and research organisations, discussing the impact of geo-information in implementing agricultural policy. Sticking to its’ format that was invented in 2005, CAPIGI again was able to present

Monday, April 25th, 2011

Intelligent City Models and Transportation Infrastructure

A recent Perspectives column in V1 Magazine noted the potential for using intelligent 3D city models for airports. At Galdos, we believe this is definitely true, and not only for airports, but for many other types of transportation infrastructure including rail stations, and seaport facilities. Furthermore, suitable city models can be used to provide effective

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