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ESRI Developer Summit 2015 is starting

ESRI Developer Summit 2015 is starting

DEVSUMMIT 2015, ESRI Developer Summit is starting on 10 March, 2015 and ending on 13 March, 2015. Stay on top of GIS development at the Esri Developer Summit (DevSummit). You’ll get direct access to the leading minds in your field and Esri’s staff producing and deploying the latest COTS solutions for geodevelopers. Take home instantly applicable skills that shorten your ...

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The 4th GIS-focused algorithm competition, GISCUP 2015

The 4th GIS-focused algorithm competition, GISCUP 2015

With the objective of encouraging innovation in a fun method, ACM SIGSPATIAL is hosting the  4th GIS-focused algorithm competition, GISCUP 2015 with winners to be announced at the ACM SIGSPATIAL GIS conference in November 3, 2015, Seattla, WA, USA. Competition participants will submit original computer programs to be evaluated by the contest organizers on a shared dataset. This year competition ...

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GEO Business 2015 launched the Conference Programme

GEO Business 2015

GEO Business 2015 has exposed its conference programme, it takes place at the Business Design Centre in London from 27-28 May 2015. As the UK’s biggest geospatial event, the conference involved a high standard of papers when it issued a call for papers at the end of last year. Over 170 abstracts were received from authors representing 28 countries. Joining ...

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QGIS 2.8 is ready for download

QGIS 2.8

Finnally, QGIS 2.8 is ready for download in the QGIS  download page. This is a special release since it is designated an ‘LTR’ (Long Term Release). It will be supported with backported bug fixes for one year, and will be in permanent feature freeze (i.e. no new features will be added, only bug fixes and trivial updates). The purpose of this releases ...

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GeoServer 2.7-RC1 Released

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GeoServer 2.7-RC1 relaeased  with some great new features. As a release candidate, 2.7-RC1 is considered experimental and is provided for testing purposes. This release is not recommended for production (even if you are enthusiastic about the new features). To download GeoServer 2.7-RC1 visit this link

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Esri press : Building European Spatial Data Infrastructures

Building European Spatial Data Infrastructures

ESRI released a Press Book called : “Building European Spatial Data Infrastructures” The third edition of Building European Spatial Data Infrastructures presents an update on the efforts of the European Union (EU) to create a system for spatial data sharing among the 28 EU member nations.   For more details, visit this link     

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Now available: the Leica Viva GS14 Unlimited GNSS receiver

Now available: the Leica Viva GS14 Unlimited GNSS receiver

With the release of the Leica Viva GS14 Unlimited, customers can make a safe investment with future-proof GNSS smart antennas. Offering a flexible design, the Viva GNSS sensors can be easily upgraded for maximum performance whenever needed. As of last August 2014, Leica Viva GS10, GS15 and GS25 receivers have fully supported the Chinese BeiDou navigation satellite system. Now, with the release of ...

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EUROGEO 2015 conference : Call for sessions and abstracts

EUROGEO 2015 conference Call for sessions, paper abstracts

The 2015 EUROGEO Annual Meeting and Conference will be organised in conjunction with and hosted by the Turkish Association of Geographers (TAG), in Ankara on 21-22 May 2015. An optional field excursion to Cappadocia will take place all day on 23 May 2015. Call for sessions and abstracts published. Deadlines: Conference Sessions – February 1st 2015 Paper, Poster and Workshop Abstracts – ...

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Free workshops : Preparing Data for Community Maps

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The ArcGIS Content Team has scheduled two additional offerings of its Preparing Data for Community Maps Workshops. If you were not able to attend a previous class, or weren’t aware that they were available, we highly encourage you to attend one of the upcoming workshops. They are four hours in length, and primarily focus on the Community Maps Data Prep ...

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Release of the new QGIS Semi-Automatic Classification Plugin version 4.0

Release of the new QGIS Semi-Automatic Classification Plugin version 4.0

Written by Luca Congedo, the Semi-Automatic Classification Plugin (SCP) is a free open source plugin for QGIS that allows for the semi-automatic classification (also supervised classification) of remote sensing images. Also, it provides several tools for the pre processing of images, the post processing of classifications, and the raster calculation. SCP allows for the rapid creation of ROIs (training areas), ...

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