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Geospatial Business Mysteries: WeoGeo Acquisition and Strava Selling Your Data

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Tuesday, May 20th 2014


We have some geospatial mysteries to explore: Why did Trimble acquire WeoGeo? Why is Strava selling its users data to organizations interested in infrastructure for cycling?

 

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Heatmap image courtesy Strava.

Show Notes

Strava’s Plan to Revolutionize Commuting | The Cycle Life | OutsideOnline.com
About Arlington's Automatic Counters
One Click Download of US Topos from Google Maps Gallery - All Points Blog
Exploring WeoGeo with Paul Bissett - Directions Magazine
ODOT embarks on "big data" project with purchase of Strava dataset | BikePortland.org
Strava Introduces New Data Service to Support Better Bicycling Worldwide
Trimble Acquires WeoGeo - All Points Blog
Google Announces Google Maps Gallery - All Points Blog


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