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Be Connected, the 151 Webinars

From June to November will be ongoing online seminars, here I leave the long list almost complete and with a rough translation: Cadastre and land development (12) Jul 1, 2009 9:00 AM A look at government Jul 15, 2009 9:00 AM Urban base maps, City of Prague Sep 9, 2009 9:00 AM Preparation of master […]
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Migrating features from Geographics to Bentley Map

TRANSLATION NOTES: Please read some comments at the end of this post. Some time ago we have being speaking of what it takes to make the leap from Microstation Geographics to Bentley Map; we talked about how both schemes work and some important benefits of Bentley Map. In a preview post I spoke how it […]
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Basic solutions, good business

TRANSLATION NOTES: Please read some comments at the end of this post. There is always something that tools of big companies don’t do very well, on this small ones take advantage to develop solutions that meet clients’ needs, generally themselves were clients. If it is a good business or not, the model is interesting, often […]
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Who Moved My Cheese?

I like Geoinformatics so much, cause besides being a magazine with a great layout appeal; the contents are very good in geospatial. Today has been announced the release of April, where I have taken some texts highlighted in red to motivate a luscious reading. In earlier versions I did a summary for them, today I’ve […]
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Connect to the data, AutoCAD Map – Bentley Map

In this post I want to make a comparative between the access’ ways to a database with geospatial platforms from Autodesk and Bentley. I’ve used for this: AutoDesk Civil 3D 2008 (which includes AutoCAD Map) Bentley Map V8i AutoCAD Civil 3D 2008 Bentley Map V8i Connect to: File, connect to Data… Connect to: Settings, database, […]
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2 good egeomates and others at the flight

Preparing to take my daughter to the dentist, and spend a long weekend I’m leaving some interesting links. The first ones are two interesting egeomates (Spanish Idiom: “geofumadas”, in this case ideas) that I recommend to look carefully, and then some contents for those who are seeking healthy readings on Friday night Blom, Visual Inteligence: […]
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Geomatics, further developments

  Apart from the published magazine few days ago by Geoinformatics, there are some other issues, published this month in its portal, that worth sharing. Although some of these ads look like (Spanish idiom:‘tienen pinta’) being sponsored; they contribute a bit to the progress that technology is having now and sets the standard towards what […]
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The best of the gvSIG’s 4th Journeys…

Many people agree that the best achieved in this recent days’ journeys was the allusive event’s magazine, which represents a great job, not only for the regarding content but for its fancy graphic design.  For those who received the printed format, certainly it represents an invaluable one-piece collection, just the same as those Obelix’s comics […]
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Geofumadas on the fly

My life and my travels, it’s difficult to understand the difference between them.  In what I feel it’s a depressing Internet connection from a ciber – cafe, here there are, some readings on the fly for a healthy intake before leaving and starting to celebrate Father’s Day with my children. Google Earth Street’s view of […]
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The great of Geo advertising

Extracting from Geoinformatics’ March version, here is a brief summary of the corporate image from the biggest business companies which leads the magazine.  Most of them are well worked announcements. Leica I believe in innovation Trimble Connecting to a world of possibilities Sokkia Accuracy makes the difference Magellan ProMark 500 + ProFlex 500 Maximum flexibility […]
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Google Maps offline and downloading geotagged images

Few alternatives have emerged to ensure that Google navigation data are stored in cache in order to be consulted once we are not connected to the Internet. Although the same Google Earth caches, no one is certain where it is stored, so as to transfer it to another disk or keep it if we install […]
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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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Business Intelligence, GIS for business

TRANSLATION NOTES: Please read some comments at the end of this post. The case I saw this software a year ago with some studious (egeomated) friends while they were making a system for an international banking group. Specifically, the matter was to geo-reference account holders’ credit card, which was an odyssey considering that addresses were […]
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ESRI and Manifold in the Skidmore College GIS Conference

The institution On January 9, 2009 will be conducting the conference for Skidmore College’s educators. This is an institution located in New York, to get an idea of this center, these are its numbers information: Year of foundation: 1903 2,400 Students 44 states represented 32 countries represented Student to Faculty Ratio 9:1 59% Women 41% […]
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Working shape files with AutoCAD

The shape files, known as .shp files will be quaternary formats in matter of technology but we can not avoid that they have been popularized as much as it was ArcView 3x. This is why they are still widely used, to the extent that most platforms especially geospatial have developed routines to operate them. Even […]
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