February 16, 2011

more geo-socialising

Posted by josediacono @ 9:05 am under Uncategorized

have you heard of GeoRabble (http://georabble.org) yet?

GeoRabble is an open and inclusive forum for GeoGeeks to share, inspire and have fun. The first GeoRabble evening will be held on Wednesday 16 March 2011, in Sydney.

Come join us at the Occidental Hotel for an evening of geo-fun and networking, where you will hear about Crowdsourcing the Queensland Floods, Geo-Interactions with Mr. Men, and anything to do with GeoTech, GeoDev, GeoBusiness, GeoTrends, and GeoFutures!

It’s free, but you’ll need to register at http://georabble.eventbrite.com/

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May 10, 2010

Case Studies

Posted by josediacono @ 5:20 pm under Uncategorized

I am a great believer in giving examples when trying to explain technology and its benefits.  Here are some great ones from the UKCrystal Palace transmitter coverage

http://www.iggi.gov.uk/caseStudies.php

Digital Switchover started on October 17th 2007 and involves converting every UK TV transmitter from analogue to digital. The BBC uses GIS data to predict the coverage areas of these transmitters across the UK and so to provide advice to consumers who might need to change their receiving aerials.

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May 4, 2010

GIS in the cloud

Posted by josediacono @ 6:27 pm under Uncategorized

Interesting article about what cloud computing means for GIS companies  in directions magazine http://www.directionsmag.com/article.php?article_id=3481&goback=.nvr_49657_1

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September 4, 2009

Gartner

Posted by josediacono @ 3:53 pm under Uncategorized

I’ve been looking around the Gartner website. You can register and access some excellent free reports (and others you have to buy), written in business language with practical examples. (my big bugbear).  Once you have created an account just use the search capability. They do some excellent work on asset management in utilities. The reports don’t necessarily stay up for long so visit the site regularly.

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