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Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

Ecotope Selects ONSET Monitoring Systems for Regional Energy Efficiency Study

Onset Computer Corporation today announced that it has received a large order from Ecotope, a Seattle, WA-based energy consulting firm, for its web-based HOBO® U30 Remote Monitoring Systems.

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

$10 Million In Go Green Funding for Saskatchewan Environment

The Government of Saskatchewan continues to support environmental sustainability efforts with almost $10 million from the Go Green Fund going to advance environmental projects, including carbon storage technology, ethanol production and aquatic health data. “Through the Go Green Fund, we continue to support innovative approaches to environmental problem-solving,” Environment Minister Nancy Heppner said. “These made-in-Saskatchewan

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

HDR Saves $1.48 Million with Bentley’s ProjectWise Collaboration System

HDR, an architectural, engineering, and consulting firm, won a 2008 Be Awards of Excellence in the “Innovation in Road and Bridge” and “Connecting Project Teams” categories for its new five-level Southwest Parkway Interchange in Fort Worth, Texas.

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

Blue Marble Announces Support for over 800 Ancient Units of Measure

PR – Blue Marble Geographics announces support for over 800 units of measure from antiquity in the latest version of Blue Marble software. Blue Marble’s geospatial data manipulation and conversion solutions are used worldwide by thousands of GIS analysts at software companies, universities, oil and gas companies, civil engineering, surveying, technology, enterprise GIS groups, government

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

Globally Unique Transportation Concept: “Complete mobility” from Siemens

“Public Transport – Making the right Mobility Choices” is this year’s slogan for the international UITP trade fair for rapid transit in Vienna organized by the UITP (Union Internationale des Transports Publics), the International Association of Public Transport. For the first time, the Siemens Mobility Division will be presenting solutions not only for rail transportation

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

Oregon Signs ESRI ELA and Adopts ArcGIS Platform as the GIS Standard

The State of Oregon has signed an enterprise license agreement (ELA) with ESRI. With unlimited access to ESRI ArcGIS software, the state cuts procurement costs and encourages widespread GIS application development for more efficient operations. Oregon has already leveraged its ELA to develop a GIS-based stimulus funds tracking Web site. It joins states across the

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

NYSERDA, NYSDOT Fund Study for PRT Network in Ithaca, NY

To learn more about the emergence and potential of low emission, automated transportation systems being built worldwide, NYSERDA and NYSDOT will fund a Preliminary Feasibility Study for the development of an Automated Personal Rapid Transportation (PRT) Network for the City of Ithaca, NY. 

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

UK NLPG Provides the Key to Understanding Local Health trends

The National Land and Property Gazetteer (NLPG) is enabling NHS Mid Essex to better understand the needs of the population it serves in order to target resources more effectively and ultimately improve health provision. NHS Mid Essex is one of the first organisations to take advantage of new NLPG licensing opportunities which enables this valuable

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

HP Strengthens Large-format Printing Portfolio

PR – In an effort to help customers drive down costs and increase efficiencies, HP today announced the expansion of its large-format portfolio with a range of new workgroup and multifunction printers, software solutions and new media choices to address the needs of office users, IT managers and production operators.

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

Czech Republic and US Team Up for Aircraft Navigation System

PR – The Czech Technical University in Prague (CVUT) has entered into a research agreement with the US military for the development of multi-technology systems for aircraft navigation, CVUT’s Department of Cybernetics recently announced. The Prague-based CVUT has already developed a special computer programme for unmanned aircraft guidance that the US uses for aerial reconnaissance.