Analytics and big data are becoming areas that are truly leveraging geospatial technology and new and not so new players are entering the geo arena. We'll look at companies like SpaceCurve, Teradata, Rhiza and Tableau and what they are bringing to the table.
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What can I do with Teradata?s Geospatial Support? | Teradata Developer Exchange
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Fast Analytics and Rapid-fire Business Intelligence from Tableau Software | Tableau Software
Rhiza renames, relaunches core product: Rhiza Upshot - All Points Blog
Everyone has a big data problem - O'Reilly Radar
Cloudera and Oracle
NoSQL Databases: What Geospatial Users Need to Know - Directions Magazine
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