The W3C and the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) announced today a new collaboration to improve interoperability and integration of spatial data on the Web.
Horus View and Explore out of Bedum, The Netherlands, which makes video software to capture and measure the outdoor area, has won a global award in Genève.
In partnership with the Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce, Island GIS, the independent GIS (Geographic Information Systems) consultancy and provider of innovative and integrated geospatial solutions
Michael T. Jones, Chief Technology Advocate at Google, will deliver a keynote address at the 10th Annual SPAR International Conference on End-to-End 3D entitled "A World of Measurement."
Google is launching indoor maps for Android devices in the UK, to enable smartphone users to easily find their way around train stations, sporting venues, art galleries, shopping centres and department stores.
Western States Contracting Alliance (WSCA) discusses using the cloud to manage their geospatial operations
Skygone, provider of cloud computing for GIS, has been invited to present to the Western States Contracting Alliance (WSCA) during a two-day GIS cloud computing workshop taking place June 14-15th. Skygone is joined by Amazon, IBM, Google and Microsoft as presenters at the workshop, which is a final step of their respective responses to the WSCA’s Request for Information (RFI) on Cloud Computing for GIS released in March.
The recent news that the US federal government is looking to purchase cloud-based services with an estimated value of US$2.5 billion should be enough evidence to change the mind of anyone who still thinks that the cloud will float by. Moving data, software and services to the cloud is happening and the pace of this change will only increase.
MundoGEO Group is promoting MundoGEO#Connect event in São Paulo in June. The expectation is to receive more than 3,000 professionals in MundoGEO#Connect, among specialists, decision makers, data producers, application developers, content providers and users of geoinformation in general. T
3Dconnexion has announced it has shipped more than one million 3D mice, supporting over 200 of today’s most popular 3D computer-aided design, digital content creation, architecture and construction, and geographic information systems from companies including Autodesk, Dassault Systèmes, Siemens, PTC, Google, Microsoft and Adobe.