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Title : Web 2.0 and beyond – changing the map, anywhere, any device.
Company : eSpatial
File Name : GITA_2007_Eamon_Walsh.pdf
Size : 1085474
Type : application/pdf
Date : 27-Apr-2007
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We have seen Web 2.0 technologies used to create new web GIS applications. In this paper Eamon Walsh, Chief Technology Officer for eSpatial examines technologies progressing the industry from the first Web 2.0 GIS applications.
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