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25 Feb 2017

GIS and Location Technology

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Commentary on the latest trends and interesting applications in the GIS and Spatial Information Management

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    GIS & Location Technology Episode 10 - Forecasting and the Value of Spatially-enabled Databases

    Spatially-enabled databases can be used to streamline decision support for resource management. This presentation describes an example that automates data interchange between a cost modeling application, GIS database, and pavement scenario manager.

  • Posted on 18 Apr 2007

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    GIS & Location Technology Episode 9 - GIS 2.0 - Squeezing New Value from Old GIS

    Decentralized databases, open source components and non-traditional visualization tools can enhance the value of an existing GIS.

  • Posted on 18 Apr 2007

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    GIS & Location Technology Episode 8 - Fast, Easy and Convenient - The value proposition for Enterprise GIS mashups

    Google Maps, Google Earth, Microsoft Virtual Earth and other emerging technologies can be integrated with traditional GIS tools to deliver useful and targeted "enterprise mashups".

  • Posted on 18 Apr 2007

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    GIS & Location Technology Episode 7 - The Relevance of Emerging Geospatial Technologies for IT

    This recent presentation discusses how organizations can leverage spatially aware databases, free mapping API's like Google Earth, and open source software like Autodesk Mapguide, to manage data, integrate systems, and deliver compelling geospatial applications for a fraction of the cost of traditional GIS.

  • Posted on 04 Dec 2006

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    GIS & Location Technology Episode 6 - Public mapping technology and private data: can we have the best of both worlds?

    With the release of the latest version of Microsoft Virtual Earth, it is more apparent than ever, that open mapping technology can offer competitive tools for GIS professionals. We discuss when you should consider using one of these public mapping solutions, and how they can be integrated with in-house GIS data.

  • Posted on 27 Nov 2006

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