|WeoGeo News for October 2010
WeoGeo Data Blog
A new feature implemented this month is our
WeoGeo Data Blog. Each week WeoGeo's
Robert Hildebrand posts informative discussions about the amazing datasets that are available on the
WeoGeo Market. Whether you are looking for simple
Ordnance Survey data or perhaps need
hyperspectral imagery, there are tons of data options (many at no cost) available for customization and download into your existing GIS application.
The Alluvial Valley of the Lower Mississippi River
Pitney Bowes Business Insight (PBBI) continues to update the newly released GeoPortal
Geosk. As many of you may already know, the Geosk is built upon the
WeoGeo platform. For further information about Geosk, check out
PBBI’s new video that displays just how quickly you can search, discover and order data from within
MapInfo Pro 10.5 . We are extremely excited about Geosk and PBBI’s commitment to WeoGeo.
WeoGeo Support on GetSatisfaction
Browsing Geosk from inside MapInfo Pro 10.5
WeoGeo Support is now available on
Get Satisfaction . We are constantly improving our lines of communication and making it as easy as possible for you to leave feedback and/or ask us questions. The WeoGeo Support staff is here to help you each step of the way. Priority support customers can still use their existing support tools but are also welcome to take advantage of Get Satisfaction. As always, please check our
release notes for details.
WeoGeo recently pushed out
release 2.3.16 . Some exciting aspects of the release involved improvements made to the
Table of Contents (ToC) and the
WeoApp GUI . To learn more about the improvements that we made, please
see our wiki . And definitely stay tuned for some innovative new features coming this fall.