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Mapping is becoming more relevant to the average person's every day activities than ever before. From fitness trackers like Fitbit to the Apple Watch and the activity and workout apps available for iOS to cycling and running apps like...

source: GIS User

Australian company Euclideon has built a working prototype of what it calls the world's first true multi-user hologram table. Up to four people can walk around a holographic image and interact with it wearing only a small set of glasses...

source: New Atlas

I was immensely — and very happily — surprised at the Geo Business 2016 conference in London when I spotted a towable combined above ground/below ground scanner on the street outside the conference. This configuration, which combines a mobile laser scanner with...

source: Spar 3D

"We need an edge." That's the message from Anthony Vinci, a former tech entrepreneur turned executive at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency — the agency central to gathering and disseminating geospatial data relevant...

source: Nextgov

MapD Technologies, the database and visualization specialist, said it is working with university researchers on leveraging graphics processors to advanced geospatial analytics. The San Francisco-based company is collaborating with the Center for Geographic Analysis at Harvard...

source: Datanami

By now, we've all heard plenty about the upcoming eclipse of the sun. On Monday, Aug. 21, all of North America will be treated to an eclipse of the sun, and the rare event is creating quite a buzz, so much so that NASA developed a website...

source: Inside GNSS

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