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Geoespatial / GIS

Geospatial is the name used for the sciences, tools and topics about the earth management

The slow progress of CAD integration– Costs

After SAICIC’s death, several Mexican programs appropriated this market, making it one of the engineering areas that was first automated. I remember that sometimes I’d trained costs’ course, and it was necessary to test different applications (available in those days), such us NewWall, Opus, Campeon Neodata. The latter seemed better even it bothered me I […]
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Directions Magazine now in Spanish

With great pleasure we received the news that Directions Magazine has launched on February 2 its Directionsmag.es Spanish-language version. This undoubtedly represents an important step and recognition to the degree of growth that has taken the geospatial field in the Hispanic readers’ world. Some of the contents are translations of English/French version but also offer […]
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Bentley Geospatial Administrator, a toothache

TRANSLATION NOTES: Please read some comments at the end of this post. The Bentley Geospatial Administrator, is one of the things that Bentley has not been able to make digestible and neither have been many exercises to explain its implementation in a real project. The purpose of this tool, which is a complement to Bentley […]
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Promoting initiatives: DielmoOpenLiDAR

A few days ago I talked about the efforts on LIDAR data management, so today I pass a formal statement that has published DIELMO 3D S.L. DielmoOpenLiDAR: Free new software for the management of LIDAR data For more than 5 years DIELMO 3D S.L. has been working on developing software for processing LIDAR data, using […]
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CAD / GIS among the priorities of the Free Software

The Free Software Foundation (FSF) was created in 1985 with the intention of promoting the use, development and protection of non-proprietary software under the trading scheme. Via Gigabriones I heard that the FSF announced eleven priority projects which include two for geospatial: A replacement for Google Earth There are several attempts of virtual globes in […]
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What will be shown in the III free GIS Days

The Open Source GIS III Days will take place in Gerona on 11, 12 and 13 March 2009, shortly after the 2009 Computer Fair of La Habana. Friday the 13th will be there simultaneous workshops, three in the morning and three in the afternoon as follows: Morning Afternoon Quantum GIS-based workshop by Carlos Davila, responsible […]
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Happy day, my friends

For All of them that can’t move the figure without thinking in topological control…   Congratulations!
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The most commented on egeomate

This is a summary of the post with the most registered comments; I have selected those who reach at least 10 comments. About natural wonders (156), perhaps what happens to these posts is that they are of general interest and everyone wakes up in the patriotism’s spine. Although there have been added issues to the […]
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Informatics on February 2009 in Habana

From February 9 to 13 2009, La Habana will host the XIII edition of the International Convention and Informatics Fair 2009, which will be held at the Conventions Palace of La Habana and at the PABEXPO fairgrounds. The event is a collection of 14 different events in terms of technology, one who attends can go […]
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Released version 8.0.10.0 for Manifold GIS

It has been announced this Manifold’s version; from 8.0 release it has been 117 changes, most have been oriented to improve the speed in data management. We must recognize that they have heard most bugs that have been reported for those of us who in an impertinent way have invested for this application, so I […]
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Free GIS software in the 2008 OSWC

The International Conference of Free Software, Open Source World Conference, is perhaps the most important event related to open source technologies in Spain and also in Europe; this will take place from October 20 to 22 in the Palace of Fairs and Congresses in Malaga. The number of papers is wide in different implementation’s branches, […]
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Geoinformatics, Edition 7 … GIS and much for Hispanics

It’s now available the eighth edition of the Geoinformatics journal, which GIS approach shines to a simply “spectacular” egeomate level, although it strikes us that this time there is more than one item with an approach based on the Spanish-speaking countries experiences. 1. GvSIG. One of these articles with a Hispanic focus is about the […]
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MapBuilder surrenders… it’s another

TRANSLATION NOTES: Please read some comments at the end of this post. It is painful to see interesting projects expressing shock (*), and accepting that have to get out… just a few days ago I did mention of the weakness of projects not associated with an aggressive plan of marketing that gives them sustainability. It […]
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Microsoft releases TrueSpace

I expect a great apology for the expletive that could be offensive in some countries, but shit is the waste that Microsoft is doing with a powerful tool which acquired 5 months ago from Caligari. And why it seems that Microsoft shits walks in TrueSpace? Because it suggests a simple intention to compete against Google’s […]
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November has gone, summary of the month

This month was less productive than before, when I had been on the 40 posts, in this case I was on the 28, because the trips have been complicated and the need to complete some unfinished issues. Free GIS Software Although this topic is new on my blog, the experience I’m getting with training and […]
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