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40 Under 40, 2017: Marc M. Delgado

GEOGRAPHY PROFESSOR AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ASUNCION PARAGUAY A VISITING PROFESSOR in the Faculty of Engineering of the Nacional University of Asuncion, Paraguay, Marc M. Delgado teaches GIS applications in land use planning and urban studies, as well as geoda- tabase design. Marc completed his PhD (summa cum laude) and MS (magna cum laude) at...

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40 Under 40, 2017: Even Rouault

OPEN-SOURCE DEVELOPER, GEO-BLOGGER, AND OWNER OF SPATIALYS FRANCE IF IT HASN’T ALREADY HAD AN IMPACT ON YOUR INDUSTRY OR PROFESSION, the open-source software movement likely will soon. For more than a decade in the geospatial realm, open-source software has proven to be a viable path; small firms, large corporations, cities, states, agencies, and even entire...

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East View Now Offering PlanetDEM 30 Plus Trimble Seismic Navigation Systems Support Stakeless Operations for Geophysical Exploration Boundless Launches Complete Open Source GIS Platform for the Enterprise Driverless Conference sparks autonomous car development analysis FARO® Introduces World’s First 3D Scan Localizer and the First FARO Innovation Product Introduction in FARO’s new Early Adopter (EA) Program...

Open Source

The door to open source geospatial software has been unlocked. It’s time to take a peek inside.   The open source geospatial movement is not purely about “free” (as in no cost). There truly are other aspects of “free,” as in “free to develop without constraints,” and free access to public geodata without necessarily having...

FOSS4G 2014

If you’re seriously into open source GIS, you were (or should have been) at the FOSS4G (Free and Open Source Software for Geoinformatics) international conference held September 8-13 in Portland, OR. An annual event since 2006, FOSS4G is large enough to attract the heavy-hitter vendors (e.g., Google, Amazon and Boundless), yet small enough to enable...