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Podcast: New Players Dot Landscape for Analytics

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Tuesday, February 28th 2012


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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This podcast is brought to you by Intergraph, providers of GeoMedia and ERDAS IMAGINE. GeoMedia and ERDAS IMAGINE feature the widest range of native data format compatibility on the market and a solid commitment to open standards from the OGC and ISO, providing seamless integration with current and future business systems and keeping you free from proprietary lock-in. To learn more, visit Intergraph.

Show Notes

ArcGIS 10.1 “Biggest Release Ever” #esrifedcon - All Points Blog
What can I do with Teradata’s Geospatial Support? | Teradata Developer Exchange
Tableau Public Announces Top 100 Vizes of Q4 2011 and New Sharing Capability | Tableau Software
Fast Analytics and Rapid-fire Business Intelligence from Tableau Software | Tableau Software
Rhiza renames, relaunches core product: Rhiza Upshot - All Points Blog
Rhiza Labs
SpatialKey
Everyone has a big data problem - O'Reilly Radar
Space-Time Insights
Cloudera and Oracle
NoSQL Databases: What Geospatial Users Need to Know - Directions Magazine


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