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Saturday, May 24th, 2008

Communicating Spatial Data for Public Interest

GreenInfo Network provides geospatial consulting for a large number of Californiaand other public interest organizations and agencies. This capacity-building initiative has been aiding conservation,  environmental and other causes since 1996. Matt Ball sat down with Larry Orman, founder and executive director of  GreenInfo Network (www.greeninfo.org) in their offices in San Francisco recently. The discussion ranged

Thursday, May 22nd, 2008

How do the issues of scale factor into sustainability planning and the technology toolset?

Jeff Thurston — “Issues related to scale are centrally important in sustainability planning and associated technology toolsets and occurs both in time and space. People working in the geospatial industry need to be aware of scale at all times because it is defined uniquely and often applied with application and use in mind.” Matt Ball

Sunday, May 18th, 2008

Adding Design Capability to GIS

The geographic information system software vendor ESRI is the vision and life’s work of Jack Dangermond. V1 editor Matt Ball sat down with Dangermond at the American Planning Association meeting in Las Vegas, where he gave a keynote address on, “Creating Our Future: The Geographic Perspective.” This first segment of a two-part interview deals with

Thursday, May 15th, 2008

What have you learned so far from publishing V1 Magazine, is the sustainability message resonating?

Jeff Thurston — "It has been interesting to watch the reactions to our magazine. There is a group of folks who need some help to understand where their technologies slot into the sustainability equation. Yet others have been awaiting for a good long while for this kind of magazine. A third group is evolving with

Sunday, May 11th, 2008

3D Data for Sustainability

The aggressive collection of large-scale 3D data by Intermap Technologies for its countrywide NEXTMap programs is poised to enable a broad range of applications. V1 Magazine editor Matt Ball sat down with Intermap’s CEO, Brian Bullock, to discuss the benefit of this data from a sustainability perspective.

Saturday, May 10th, 2008

GenerativeComponents Takes Architects and Engineers to New Possibilities

GenerativeComponents (GC) is a next generation product from Bentley Systems, Incorporated. The product enables architects and engineers to explore designs and geometry together in new ways. It enables ‘what-if’ scenarios to be explored either through geometry and or the relationship of building elements and forms dynamically. Vector1 Media editor Jeff Thurston met with Huw W.

Thursday, May 8th, 2008

Is the geospatial data collection space still ripe for innovation?

Jeff Thurston — "The geospatial data collection space has barely begun. We have been developing technologies, honing our skills, learning how to apply digital technologies to applications and only just unlocking the door to working with spatial information in a collaborative fashion. There is still much work to be done around the issue of ‘thinking

Thursday, May 1st, 2008

What do you think the future role of remote sensing will be?

Jeff Thurston — “The role of remote sensing growing rapidly. The combination of more satellites being launched, higher resolutions of imagery and continuous improvements in image analysis software are enabling wider adoption of satellite imagery as a primary raw data source. As a result, the pursuit of remotely sensed data sources for near real-time applications

Sunday, April 27th, 2008

Onuma Aims to Revolutionize Architecture with BIM

Kimon Onuma is president and founder of Onuma, creators of the Onuma Planning System (OPS). This software tool is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) environment with web-enabled data sharing and knowledge management for the design, construction and management of infrastructure. The process advocates integrated decision making for better design quality and sustainable environments. V1 Magazine

Thursday, April 24th, 2008

Are geotechnologies adequately addressing the need for the better management of our planet?

Jeff Thurston — "Geotechnologies are key global management tools and they are currently under utilised for managing global resources. Their effectiveness and benefits for managing the resources of our planet can be more fully realised through understanding planetary issues, processes and their dynamics, massive increases in entrepreneurial support and the level to which governments realize

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