CAST – a free software for analysis of crime

Spatial patterns incidence detection and trends in crime is an interest topic of any State or local government. CAST is a free software’s name, its initials are Crime Analytics for Space – Time, which was released in 2013 as an open source solution for actuarial analysis, spatial patterns and trends algorithms in the criminal statistics […]
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Registration and Cadastre in the National Transaction System context

TRANSLATION NOTES: Please read some comments at the end of this post. Every day countries focus on e-Government trends, where processes are simplified in search of a better service provision to citizens, as well as to decrease margins for corruption or unnecessary bureaucracy. We are aware that legislation, institutions and processes in property’s matter in […]
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GIS for 3D Analyst and Better Maptile Productivity

SuperGIS Desktop 3.3 is now released for GIS users around the world. With the latest SuperGIS Desktop 3.3, Cache Generator is dramatically improved, supporting multiple machine workflows and providing a consummate caching mechanism. In addition, diverse useful and flexible configurations are provided. For example, there are some settings like feature mask, spatial filter, and image […]
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Real-Time Environment Info App – Connecting Smart Tech with GIS

Environmental Protection Administration, Taiwan has offered citizens and governmental sectors a comprehensive information portal since 2000, to meet the global concerns of environments. The portal provides visitors with various real-time data like air quality, dust storm, UV index, greenhouse gas and etc., so that the different aspects of environment can be well monitored. To let […]
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The intrinsic GeoReference

When we read the different theories that support communication where mapping is involved, both as science to represent geographical phenomena, as well as art to give this information necessary aesthetics; we realize that time in which we live includes multiple actions in the journal live where we use GeoReference as daily action. From the moment […]
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GIM International in Spanish, continues with great success

I have received this 2015 first quarter’s edition, with definitely valuable content in Spanish language. Topics by their selves, say us about its partners representing value: Emerges a new era in land administration. This is a great article in which Chrit Lemmen and three colleagues talk about how processes, informatics applications and global approaches are […]
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Bentley Issues Call for Submissions to 2015 Be Inspired Awards for Excellence in Infrastructure

  Global Program Celebrates World’s Most Outstanding Projects in Infrastructure Design, Construction, and Operations Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the leading company dedicated to providing comprehensive software solutions for sustaining infrastructure, today announced its call for submissions to the 2015 Be Inspired Awards program. The deadline for entries is May 31, 2015. The awards, which are selected […]
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Registration Now Open for Bentley’s Year in Infrastructure 2015 Conference

Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the leading company dedicated to providing comprehensive software solutions for sustaining infrastructure, today announced that registration is now open for The Year in Infrastructure 2015Conference, being held Nov. 3-5 at the Hilton London Metropole in London, U.K. This global gathering of leading figures in the world of infrastructure design, construction, and operations […]
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Product Comparison Section

Geo-matching is bringing together the highly valued GIM International and Hydro International product surveys all in one place. Geo-matching.com is the independent product comparison website for professional hardware and software for geomatics, hydrography and adjacent fields. We want to lead our visitors through the maze of specifications and give the opportunity to compare products of […]
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5 Recommendations for the safety of a surveying equipment

It was difficult to convince the bosses at the time; the equipment to buy should be insured against theft, damage and accidents. It is understandable in the first instance, with questions such as: If the equipment will then be donated to the municipality, why would not they better pay the insurance? Against theft? Doesn’t this […]
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Microstation 8.5 problems in Windows 7

Those who hope to use Microstation 8.5 today must use Windows XP on virtual machines for incompatibilities with Windows 7. Mention the text editor problem, which I mentioned how to solve it before, and also refer to image manager and ODBC connection. Let’s see how these issues are resolved. Problem with Raster Manager Is not […]
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OpenGeo Suite: A GIS Software great example, thought upon the OSGeo model’s weaknesses

To this day, at least in the geospatial environment, any professional with neutral thinking recognizes that open source software is as mature as commercial software, and in some ways superior to it. The standards strategy worked very wisely. While it is questionable its balance update against the required energy for technological developments, perhaps was what […]
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coordenates conversion

Free online converter for GIS – CAD and Raster data

MyGeodata Converter is an online service that facilitates the data conversion between different formats. For now, the service recognizes 22 vector input formats: ESRI Shapefile Arc/Info Binary Coverage Arc/Info .E00 (ASCII) Coverage Microstation DGN (Versión 7) MapInfo File Comma Separated Value (.csv) GML GPX KML GeoJSON UK .NTF SDTS U.S. Census TIGER/Line S-57 (ENC) VRT […]
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Brazil in the sight of the next “Year in Infrastructure” Conference

In 2004 Bentley Systems launched the annual event known as the Be Awards, which later became known as Be Inspired. Beyond a simple award, in recent years we have seen that Baltimore Symposium has become a high-level conference not only in the use of technologies for modeling, design and infrastructure operation; this 2013 year we […]
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metadata

Webinar: Managing and Exposing Structured and Unstructured Metadata/Content Using Open Standards

Managing and Exposing Structured and Unstructured Metadata/Content Using Open Standards  Join us on January 23rd, 2014 Just the facts In today’s environment, it is more important that organizations make their information discoverable and accessible. Managing unstructured and structured content can pose a major challenge. Compusult will provide an overview and demonstration of the latest version […]
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what to expect from Supergis

This is whar we can expect from the 2014 SuperGIS Product Roadmap  In 2013, Supergeo has released a series of new products for various platforms, including SuperGIS Server 3.1a Advanced Edition, SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a providing SuperGIS Toolkit, SuperGIS Desktop 3.2 Beta supporting multiple map frames, online map support in SuperSurv 3.1a and SuperPad 3.1a, and […]
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