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Thursday, June 26th, 2008

The March Winner of the BIM Experience Kit Competition

PR – Maria Pawlewicz-Budzinska of FLOW has won a free commercial license of ArchiCAD 11, as the winner of the March draw of the “BIM Experience Kit” competition.

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

UK Pitt Review Published

PR – The Pitt Review published today reports that integrating geographic information and sharing data from the numerous organisations that have a role to play in flooding is critical.

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

New OpenOSX Grass 6.3

PR – Our all-new "OpenOSX GrassPro" product doesn’t just include the latest version of the GRASS GIS software, it delivers the software as a standalone application that requires only a simple drag-and-drop to install.

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

Avineon Promotes Three Industry Veterans within its Geospatial Division

PR – Avineon, Inc., a successful provider of IT, geospatial, engineering and program management services, today announced three major promotions within its Geospatial Division.  Al Williamson has been named Director of Operations – Utilities, David Ridderikhoff has been appointed Director of Business Development – Geospatial Solutions, and Tom Finkhousen has been promoted to Project Manager. 

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

ArcGIS 9.3 Improves Your Entire GIS Workflow

PR – ESRI’s ArcGIS 9.3, which began shipping today, offers a complete suite of software that improves organizational workflows. With ArcGIS, users also get the benefits of an established and active user community, instructor-led and online training, and new online resource centers. The resource centers offer a unified location from which to access online help,

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

Landsat-5 Duty Cycle Over Australia

GOVT AUS – The low sun angle at this time of year in Australia means that Landsat 5 paths are being truncated at around row 70 (Cape York to Arnhem Land; ˜15°S). This is because of constraints associated with low sun angles and a fixed solar array panel.

Wednesday, June 25th, 2008

Canadian Data for Use with Maptitude & TransCAD is Now Available

PR – The product ships with a Canadian Map Library, making it easy to create attractive maps with the Map Librarian. You can quickly create overview maps for any location, and with the map designed specifically for use with Canadian streets, you can effectively map the 1 million kilometers of accurate up-to-date centerline road network

Wednesday, June 25th, 2008

Expressive seashore house wins the 2008 Spring Architects Jury Competition

PR – Based on five months of voting by the community of ArchitectsJURY.com, the “JURY” selected the waterfront house project from Aotea, New Zealand as the winning entry. The project was designed in ArchiCAD by David Chisholm, who is currently studying architecture at Victoria University of Wellington.

Wednesday, June 25th, 2008

What Makes the Swedish Cadastral System so Special and Successful?

FIG Paper – This paper has been prepared for presentation at the FIG Working Week in Stockholm, Sweden 14-19 June 2008.

Wednesday, June 25th, 2008

UK Sustainable Development Selects Autodesk’s Collaborative Project Management Software

PR – A joint venture between three of Britain’s biggest developers, which accounts for one third of all homes developed in Britain, has selected Autodesk Buzzsaw to act as an information sharing platform. The Ironstone Developer Group (IDG) consortium of Barratt Homes, George Wimpey and Persimmon is developing England’s largest sustainable urban extension, Lawley Village,