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Privatizing National Mapping Technology

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Tuesday, May 14th 2013


Google has not only become the de facto mapping app, the de facto navigation app, the de facto remote sensing app; the de facto change detection app, etc. It's the de facto National Map as well. The USGS collected the data (imagery, topo, etc.) but Google monetized it. Is this an acceptable model where the government invests but the private sector monetizes data? What is the future of privatization of national geodata?

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InformationWeek Reports ::Strategy: Google Leverages Open Data. Should You?
New Public Application Of Landsat Images Released By Google - RedOrbit
Time Magazine - Timelapse Powered by Google
H.R. 1604: Map It Once, Use It Many Times Act - govtrack
Why In-Q-Tel investment is a ‘stamp of approval’ for enterprise startups - Venture Beat
Tim O’Reilly, Web 2.0 and Geospatial - All Points Blog

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Tim O’Reilly, Web 2.0 and Geospatial - All Points Blog


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