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  • Power Portfolio 2015 ads

    This is not a post about Hexagon Geospatial’s Power Portfolio 2015 (we hope to have an interview about this year’s update in the coming weeks). Instead it is a post about their new video ads. They have taken our love of infographics and created something great. But it isn’t just the graphics, it is also the quick, approachable story that utilizes the approach that good infographics do so well. So far there are two video ads available (...

Directions Magazine

Directions Magazine

Directions Magazine

Directions Magazine

GPS World

  • Stonex Showcases S10 GNSS Receiver at InterGeo

    Mauro Colombi, vice president of operations for Stonex, discusses the new S10 GNSS Receiver while at InterGeo 2014, held October 7-9 in Berlin. The S10 features a new generation of smart and open GPS, where a user can install custom applications directly on the receiver....

GPS World

  • Eighth GPS IIF Set to Launch Wednesday

    The Air Force is set to launch the 8th GPS IIF satellite fromCape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on October 29.The18-minute launch window opens at 1:21 p.m. EDT. An Atlas V 401 will launch the GPS IIF-8 mission forthe U.S. Air Force. The live webcast will begin at 1:01p.m. EDT. As described by the Air Force, GPS IIF-8 is one of the next-generation GPS satellites,incorporating various improvements to provide greater accuracy,increased signals, and enhanced performance for users. GPS IIF-8 will...

GPS World

  • Fleet Remains Strong Worldwide Location Market

    Photo by born1945 is licensed under CC BY 2.0. Because of nonstop government regulation, which can help and hinder the trucking industry, the mobile resource management market will continue to be one of the strongest location segments. In other news this month, while it doesn’t get much bigger a deal in the location industry than a $2.5 billion purchase, as...

GPS World

Inside GNSS

Inside GNSS

  • India Lofts Third IRNSS Spacecraft into Orbit

    ISRO's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, PSLV-C26, successfully launched IRNSS-1C, the third satellite in the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS), from Satish Dhawan Space Center last Thursday (October 16, 2014 local time)....

GPS World

  • Mapping Our Inner GPS

    Photo credit: Jason Snyder from Washington, D.C., United States, Wikimedia Commons. How does our brain understand where our body is in space, and navigate us from home to work? The components of Google Maps are easy for us to discern. We readily understand the mix of GPS location, an extensive map and a sophisticated way-finding algorithm. Our ability to understand our body’s innate relationship...

Slashgeo

  • Weather Maps Across 1,219 US Cities

    Weather is a huge factor in not only Where you live, or vacation, but When. Use the 2 interactive maps below and you’ll find: In the top one, the number of days each month that an area is in that sweet spot of 70F to 90F degrees – for over 1,200 US cities, towns and locales. The bottom map tells you the average rainfall and temperatures – all laid out by month – in those same cities. Get started by...

GPS World

  • Carlson Software Debuts BRx5 GNSS Receiver, Surveyor2 at InterGeo

    Bruce Carlson, president of Carlson Software, and William “Butch” Herter, talk about the company’s new BRx5 GNSS Receiver and Surveyor2 data collector, amongst others, while at InterGeo 2014, held October 7-9 in Berlin. View our YouTube playlist for moreInterGeo videos....

GPS World

  • InterGeo Interviews Eric Gakstatter

    Eric Gakstatterdiscusses positioning technology, mapping, UAVs and the industryduringan interview with InterGeo TV. Eric is GPS World contributing editor for survey, editor of Survey Scene, and editor ofGeospatialSolutions. For more InterGeo videos, see our playlist....

Slashgeo

  • Supergeo Awards Reseller of the Year 2014 to Helix S.r.l., Italy

    Supergeo Technologies, the global leading GIS software and solution provider, announce that Helix S.r.l., Italy is awarded as Supergeo Reseller of the Year 2014 for their contribution to creating important client base and brand awareness in the EU. The two companies started to collaborate in 2010 when Helix S.r.l. firstly developed mobile GIS program for civil services by SuperGIS Mobile Engine, the mobile GIS SDK developed by Supergeo. As a professional GIS consultant, Helix S.r.l. provides great GIS integration services for...

Spatial Source

Spatial Source

Spatial Source

Spatial Source

GPS World

  • Topcon Demonstrates New 3D Positioning System LN-100W at InterGeo

    Topcon Positioning Group demonstrates its LN-100W, an update to its line of 3D positioning systems designed for one-operator layout, while at InterGeo, held October 7-9 in Berlin. The latest model includes Bluetooth functionality. See moreInterGeo videos at GPS World’s YouTube Channel....

Slashgeo

  • Visualize Business Data More Easily – Release of NACMAP Version 5.0

    Release of NACMAP Version 5.0 for Business Data Visualization and Mobile Assets Tracking October 21, 2014, Toronto, Canada, NAC Geographic Products Inc. announced the release of NACMMAP Version 5.0 – a standalone NAC enhanced business data mapping and real time assets tracking software. The NAC enhanced mapping software can read data directly from online database servers, local database servers, Excel files, CSV files, its native UDF files, online created-on-fly files, etc. If the...

VerySpatial

  • A VerySpatial Podcast – Episode 483

    A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 483 19 October 2014 Main Topic: Our conversation on humanistic perspectives and geospatial technologies Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC http://traffic.libsyn.com/avsp/AVSP_Episode483.mp3 Click for the detailed shownotes Music Lose My Faith by Gypsy Dreams (Tommy Mordecai) News Apple patent application details indoor mapping plans Asia Foundation project will map rapidly-growing city of Ulaanbaatar...

Inside GNSS

Slashgeo

  • Versio: Distributed Version Control for Spatial Data, and GeoGig News (formerly GeoGit)

    Spatial data versioning is important to lots of geospatial applications. We mentioned GeoGit (now named GeoGig) quite a few times since 2012. This week Boundless announced a private beta (you can request an invitation) of Versio, a website for distributed version control of spatial data. First, you may want to see how GeoGig (formerly GeoGit) has matured, it’s open source and essentially “[w]ith GeoGig, users are able to import spatial data into...