Google Earth & Google Maps

Google Earth Engine – An infrastructure for planetary-scale geospatial analysis

Google Earth Engine – An infrastructure for planetary-scale geospatial analysis

This short course forms Part III in the Short Course series ‘Open Science goes Geo’. Part III covers various forms of research results including algorithms, numerical models, geo-samples, virtual workspaces, and further aspects of Open Science such as metrics, persistent identifiers, and unambiguous linking of research results to scientists. Open Science is a broad movement looking beyond Open Access to ...

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Using Google Maps Inside Esri’s ArcGIS

Using Google Maps Inside Esri’s ArcGIS

Arc2Earth was designed for ArcGIS Desktop users in any industry who are seeking a bridge between ArcGIS, Google Maps and Google Maps Engine. Arc2Earth provides a simple and cost-effective way to expand on ArcGIS functionality with unprecedented speed for map updates, easy collaboration and worldwide coverage for Google Maps. In this webinar you will learn how to: -Integrate Google imagery ...

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Google Earth Mapping vs iBase MapInfo Mapping

Google Earth Mapping vs iBase MapInfo Mapping

Exploring the functionality of Google Earth and iBase MapInfo within IBM® i2® Analyst’s Notebook. IBM® i2® Analyst’s Notebook® is a visual intelligence analysis environment that can optimise the value of massive amounts of information collected by government agencies and businesses. It allows analysts to quickly collate, analyse and visualise data from disparate sources while reducing the time required to discover ...

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Google Maps: The many dimensions of a modern map

Google Maps: The many dimensions of a modern map

For the last decade we’ve obsessed over building great maps for our users—maps that are comprehensive, accurate and easy to navigate. This video gives you a glimpse into that journey, and also talks about what’s next for Google Maps.

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