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Esri UC 2014 Plenary Session

Wednesday, July 16th, 2014

Monday morning’s Plenary session at Esri User Conference 2014 kicked off with ESRI CEO and president Jack Dangermond’s familiar talk about the importance of GIS in our lives, this year entitled “GIS – Creating our Future.” 130 countries are represented at the conference, hailing from various industries including utilities and communications, water and wastewater, disaster and emergency response, government, as well human health.

Jack Dangermond, CEO & President of Esri

Jack Dangermond, CEO & President of Esri

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CoreLogic releases 2014 Hurricane Storm Surge Risk Analysis

Friday, July 11th, 2014

Dr. Tom Jeffrey, senior hazard scientist for CoreLogic Spatial Solutions, spoke with GISCafe Voice about CoreLogic’s release yesterday of its 2014 storm surge analysis that features estimates on both the number and reconstruction value of single-family homes exposed to hurricane-driven storm surge risk within the United States.

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GIS companies embrace integration with Building Information Modeling workflows and field layout

Friday, June 20th, 2014

Since last year,  traditional GIS positioning companies such as TopCon, are getting into the act of providing integration of Building Information Modeling workflows and field layout with their recent collaboration with Autodesk.  This collaboration involves an Autodesk BIM 360 app for iPad to make it easier to locate BIM coordinates precisely on a construction site. Designed for general contractors and MEP professionals, the app controls a robotic total station and the LN-100 3D positioning system from Topcon. As-built data can be fed back into the design model via BIM 360 for quality assurance. Topcon was traditionally considered a geospatial company but they have extended their reach into many other industry segments now, including the area of BIM.

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Open developer portal launched for TomTom Bridge

Friday, June 13th, 2014

TomTom launched an open developer portal for the developer platform, TomTom Bridge, this week that allows for  integration of business applications with TomTom technologies. TomTom Bridge is designed for those businesses that run a fleet of vehicles, and the new portal makes it possible for developers, integrators and value-added partners to build business apps. Developers will get access to SDKs, that include tips on the best use of the platform.

Included in the new platform are a fully customizable app store, AppCarousel, for businesses to match their choice of apps, branding and features. Page Up is enabling a series of mobile solutions with Near Field Communication and bar code scanner, digital signature app and connection to a Bluetooth printer. The new open developer portal also provides detailed information on Application Programming Interface, a document library and case studies and links to TomTom Content downloads.

 

 

CityEngine 2014 for 3D GIS urban design released

Thursday, June 5th, 2014


Esri has released CityEngine 2014, the latest version of its advanced 3D GIS urban design software. It is interesting to note that the software is now available in 3D applications that are generally considered part of architectural design and visualization applications.

It demonstrates that this is where Esri may anticipate CityEngine to end up rather than within the traditional geospatial marketplace. Its browser-based capabilities will make it easy for geospatial professionals to access what they need from the architectural design and urban planning aspect of big 3D city design projects, however.

Esri offers a free, 30-day CityEngine trial. The design tool integrates with the ArcGIS platform. Greater interoperability has been built into the latest version, which increases design potential. Developers have also strengthened the product’s stability, enhanced street creation functions, and added an open-space tool for more accurate architectural design.

New features in CityEngine include the library of design rules for facades, buildings, and streets. These preconfigured rules make it possible for users to spend more time designing models and less time coding the rules for them. To add another level of realism to the model, developers can use CityEngine SDK sample plug-ins to interact with the popular game engine Unity or other 3D software such as Maya. Developers can find these samples and download the CityEngine SDK at GitHub. (more…)

CyberCity 3D pens an agreement with Bluesky

Thursday, June 5th, 2014
Image shows - CyberCity 3D buildings combined with Bluesky’s National Tree Map data in CityEngine. Screenshot provided by Elliot Hartley of Garsdale Design.

Image shows – CyberCity 3D buildings combined with Bluesky’s National Tree Map data in CityEngine. Screenshot provided by Elliot Hartley of Garsdale Design.

Advanced geospatial smart building data provider, CyberCity 3D,  Inc., has teamed with Bluesky, a UK-based aerial mapping company, to create cutting-edge, 3D city models.
The combination of the offerings of these two firms is expected to result in some amazing 3D models, by combining CyberCity 3D’s proprietary 3D building production capabilities with Bluesky’s stereo aerial imagery in the UK and hopefully to other markets.

Bluesky has an extensive data library that covers 150,000 sq km of off-the-shelf aerial photography. With access to this resource  CyberCity 3D will have gain access to urban centers across the UK immediately for 3D Smart Building production.  Bluesky’s specialization in the acquisition and processing of aerial photography will benefit CyberCity 3D as it finds the need for “new” flights to produce 3D models for its increasing client base.Earlier this year, CyberCity 3D – utilizing Vertex imagery – completed production of 3D London City Centre as well as an extended area including Nine Elms, South Kensington, and Chelsea.  The resulting 3D model has attained acclaim and client interest, and led to this groundbreaking new agreement with Bluesky.   By the end of the summer, this data partnership is expected to grow into a 3D data sales agreement involving maps throughout Great Britain.CyberCity 3D will be able to offer precision 3D smart buildings in Great Britain and provide clients with 3D city modeling. The company expects to launch cloud-based 3D buildings services this summer. (more…)

Juniper Systems to release rugged notepad to UK market

Thursday, May 22nd, 2014

Josh Egan, product manager for Juniper Systems, talked about the first rugged notepad to the UK market to be released at GEO Business 2014. The Mesa combines the advantages of a PC tablet and a rugged handheld computer, without the disadvantages expected with either. This is the first time the Mesa has been on show at a UK trade event and Juniper Systems will also be hosting a workshop at the event which takes place in London from the 28th to 29th May 2014 titled “How to get the most out of your rugged handheld.”

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HP’s DL380z Virtual Workstation announced

Friday, May 9th, 2014

Jeff Groudan, worldwide director, Thin Client and Virtual Workstation Product Management and Jim Christensen, product manager at HP, talked about the announcement this week of the HP DL380z Virtual Workstation solution that is a combination of HP’s server hardware technology and the integration of it into the true workstation ecosystem, delivered out of the Workstation Business unit.

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Caliper releases Maptitude 2014

Friday, May 2nd, 2014

Stewart Berry of Caliper Corporation talked about their latest release, Maptitude 2014, geographic information system and mapping software.

Maptitude Health Coverage Map by County

Maptitude Health Coverage Map by County

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Pitney Bowes and INRIX enter into multi-year partnership

Friday, April 25th, 2014

Senior vice-president and general manager of Intelligent Location Solutions of Pitney Bowes Software, James Buckley, spoke recently about the company’s entrance into a multi-year limited partnership with INRIX, Inc., a leading provider of traffic information and driver services. The purpose of the partnership is to deliver advanced Location Intelligence solutions through the company’s traffic intelligence platform.

The two firms will integrate the location capabilities of Pitney Bowes with the traffic analysis of INRIX, ultimately improving the driving experience of those drivers who are connected by in-car navigation as well as mobile apps. INRIX has a mobile app, which will allow users to make better location-based decisions in a real time fashion. (more…)

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