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Simon Greener

Simon Greener is an independent geospatial consultant who specializes in spatial database technologies and solutions architecture.

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Recent Content by Simon Greener

  1. Scalable Server-side In-database Geoprocessing (August 31st, 2006)
  2. Inaugural Victorian Oracle Spatial User Group Forum, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (March 2nd, 2006)
  3. Oracle Spatial User Group Meeting, Brisbane, 9th December 2005 (January 6th, 2006)
  4. Interview: Chris Bellman, Past President of Spatial Sciences Institute (October 14th, 2005)
  5. Killer Data - LiDAR (October 12th, 2005)
  6. Editorial: Killer Data - geoTorrent.org, Google Maps/DigitalGlobe and LiDAR - Part 1 (October 11th, 2005)
  7. Killer Apps - Silver Bullets Made From Smart Tags (October 3rd, 2005)
  8. Oracle Spatial User Group Meets in Australia (September 4th, 2005)
  9. GITA Australia—One man’s view (September 4th, 2005)

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