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In this 30-minute webinar, Galigeo will demonstrate how to improve sales with mobile location technology by putting a wealth of information at their fingertips.
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Learn about TomTom’s LBS Software Development Toolkit
Join us for a conversation with Dr. Bharat Lohani, IIT Kanpur
Dr. Lohani is an Associate Professor in the Dept of Civil Engineering at IIT Kanpur, a premier engineering institution in India. His research interest includes LiDAR data capture and processing for various applications ranging...More
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Join us for this upcoming webinar and learn how Galigeo for BI via a hybrid SaaS architecture empowers organizations to enhance their use of their BI software to solve complex location dependent problems using geo-spatial data delivered via the cloud.
Galigeo for BI empowers users and...More
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This webinar will focus on how and why American Digital Cartography, Inc. (ADCi) customizes TomTom data for government organizations and private companies. Join us to learn about three customer case studies: the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Harley-Davidson, Inc. and Lender Processing...More
This educational webinar will explore the market opportunities and geospatial technology applications of the real estate industry for India. We will provide an overview of the current real estate firms working in India and deliver a brief overview of GIS applications that are most specific...More
Directions Magazine will host a webinar on the applications of digital maps in the insurance industry, using a case study from the 2011 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that hit Japan. Dr. Christopher Guider and Doris Steffen of GfK GeoMarketing, the official provider of the Catastrophe...More
A gathering of the European OpenStreetMap communit, State of the Map Europe, took place in Karlsruhe, Germany in June. Hundreds of attendees met to discuss various aspect of the project. Ed Freyfogle details how OpenStreetMap (OSM) has come a long way.