News and Analysis
New Geo Program in Wyoming
Central Wyoming College, industry partner Mowrey Seismic, the Riverton Economic Development Association and the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services will partner over the next three years to use more than $200,000 to train...Read more
City of Chicago Launches OpenData ETL Utility Kit
The City of Chicago’s Department of Innovation and Technology released the OpenData ETL Utility Kit at the Code for America Summit this morning. The ETL Utility Toolkit will give cities the same tools Chicago...Read more
OSGIS Presentations Available
All recordings from the September 2-3 OSGIS 2014 event, part of Geo For All are now available online. The theme was “Building up Open Access, Open Education and Open Data for Open Science.” I don't see any index to the presentations...Read more
USC Spatial Treasure Hunt
This year marked the first USC GeoScavenge, a Welcome Week event created by the Spatial Sciences Institute (SSI) housed in the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.
During the Aug. 22 event, students used smartphones...Read more
Why would anyone want different versions of data? Don’t we all want data we can trust, that doesn’t vary from copy to copy? The answer is yes, sometimes. Boundless CTO Juan Marin explains how GeoGig can manage versioned geodata.