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This Week’s News: Open Data, New Life for an Atlas and a Stock Drop for DigitalGlobe

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Tuesday, March 4th 2014


It’s a big week in geospatial news: Esri and Google tackle open data, DigitalGlobe’s stock drops, USGS drops The National Atlas onto The National Map and Nokia talks about Mapping 2.0

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Join us at the 2014 Location Intelligence Summit May 19-21 in Washington DC.

Show Notes

What's going to happen to the products and services of the National Atlas?
Questions and Answers About the Future of the National Atlas of the United States
PolicyMap - Google Maps Gallery
HERE Lead: Mapping 1.0 is Done - All Points Blog
DigitalGlobe Stock Price Slammed; Earnings, Competition to Blame - All Points Blog
Li-Fi Offers New Technology for Indoor Positioning - Directions Magazine
Google Announces Google Maps Gallery - All Points Blog
Ten Things You Need to Know About Esri's Open Data Initiative - Directions Magazine
The National Map and National Atlas Merge - Directions Magazine


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