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Wifarer CEO: Indoor Location Is a Multibillion-Dollar Market | Street Fight

Indoor mapping has the potential to become a big business. But it's early days and big questions are still looming — particularly regarding Apple.
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Numa, par Silicon Sentier

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Situé au 39 rue du Caire, le lieu est conçu comme une place forte de rassemblement favorisant sans cesse la diversité, la rencontre et l'ouverture dans un objectif de croissance et de performance des entreprises.
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Mobilité 2.0: les transports entrent dans l'ère numérique

Mobilité 2.0: les transports entrent dans l'ère numérique | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
TECHNO - Le numérique, au-delà des usages de la vie quotidienne de nos concitoyens, est une lame de fond qui touche l'ensemble de la société et des secteurs de notre économie. Notre rôle de politique n'est pas de dire si le changement technologique est bon ou mauvais, c'est d'être dans l'anticipation, de préparer les mutations, de faire du changement un facteur du progrès économique et social. C'est particulièrement vrai dans le domaine des transports, qui concerne tous nos concitoyens et embrasse un large spectre de services publics et de secteurs économiques.
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INRIX

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INRIX publie son rapport sur l’état de la circulation dans les principales villes européennes

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Moovit, le Waze des transports publics, lève 28 millions de dollars

Moovit, le Waze des transports publics, lève 28 millions de dollars | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
La startup israélienne Moovit vient de lever 28 millions de dollars auprès de Sequoia Capital, BRM Group et…
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‘Story First, Maps Second’

‘Story First, Maps Second’ | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
Caterina Fake, founder of a new location-based website, talks about the value of documenting the stories behind places.
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Google Maps Mania: The Indoor Street View Booking System

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EU5 Map Usage via Smartphone Growing 7x Faster Than Classic Web

EU5 Map Usage via Smartphone Growing 7x Faster Than Classic Web | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, today released an overview of mobile and computer usage of Maps across the five leading European markets (France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom) using the...
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Mobile Map Usage Eating Desktop, says comScore |

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Google wants to build maps that customize themselves based on what they know about you

Google wants to build maps that customize themselves based on what they know about you | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
In the next generation of maps, Google’s map designers say the service will know enough about you that it can show you a map that has been customized for your location and specific needs
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Bringing Cartography to Life

Bringing Cartography to Life | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
bio mapping keynote speech - Christian Nold makes a strong case for the need to reconnect with the environment and with one’s natural surroundings in his bio mappin...
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Collaborative Mapping Platforms

Collaborative Mapping Platforms | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
Patrick Meier - Patrick Meier is the director of Crisis Mapping for Ushahidi, a not-for-profit technology company that develops
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10 Innovative Map Presentations

10 Innovative Map Presentations | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
map presentations - These innovative map presentations explore the technology has had on mapping breakthroughs. The rise of the digital movement and social media has s...
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Sneak Peak - Waze Android widget gives you traffic predictions

We get a sneak peak at the Waze Android widget that gives you traffic predictions for your commute. It gives you commute time predictions from your current l...
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Moovit lève 28 millions de dollars pour mieux voyager en transports en commun

Moovit lève 28 millions de dollars pour mieux voyager en transports en commun | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
Sequoia Capital, BRM Group et Gemini Israel Ventures montent au capital de la start-up israélienne à l'origine d'une application dédiée aux transports en commun
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Bikes Are Officially More Popular Than Cars in Europe

Bikes Are Officially More Popular Than Cars in Europe | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
Sales of two-wheeled vehicles are outstripping four-wheeled vehicles across the continent. Now we'll get to see what a widespread biking culture...
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A Makeover for Maps

A Makeover for Maps | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
Some graphic designers are trying to improve presentation of information using video and color rather than simple bar charts and graphs.
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SNCF Porte-à-Porte choisit Allocab pour deux gares parisiennes

SNCF Porte-à-Porte choisit Allocab pour deux gares parisiennes | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
La société de véhicules avec chauffeur Allocab a remporté l'appel d'offre lancé par la SNCF pour devenir…
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Les rapports d'incidents de Waze intégrés dans Google Maps

Les rapports d'incidents de Waze intégrés dans Google Maps | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
Racheté il y a deux mois par Google, le GPS communautaire Waze permet (ou va permettre) à Google Maps de s'améliorer, tout du moins sur mobile. La première avancée...
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Apple maps: how Google lost when everyone thought it had won

Apple maps: how Google lost when everyone thought it had won | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
ComScore research shows that while Apple suffered a PR disaster over maps, Google lost 23m iPhone users in the US. By Charles Arthur
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Mobile Map Usage Eating Desktop, says comScore |

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The number of smartphone visitors to maps sites and apps has jumped 24 per cent in the past six months, according to Comscore, based on data from its Mobile Metric platform.

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Read more at http://mobilemarketingmagazine.com/content/mobile-map-usage-eating-desktop-says-comscore#5DJFWqpIpFP407tc.99

The number of smartphone visitors to maps sites and apps has jumped 24 per cent in the past six months, according to comScore, based on data from its Mobile Metrix platform - up to a total 92m unique visitors.

That's an 83 per cent penetration among smartphone users – much higher than on desktop, where map usage makes up around 40 per cent of the online population.

“Consumers are increasingly integrating mapping into their mobile lives and that behaviour will only increase as location-based technology develops further,” said Eli Goodman, media evangelist at comScore. “Apple’s first foray into maps may have been a temporary setback, but more competition in this market will only bring better technology and improved navigation services over time – and those advancements will continue to pull these searches away from desktop. But there is opportunity for greater search monetisation in the long run, because location-enabled search means the ability to deliver highly relevant paid results to potential customers in the vicinity or planning a trip to the area. And whichever mapping service delivers the best user experience is sure to receive the greatest spoils.”

The growth of mobile map usage seems to be coming at the expense of desktop, as users shift over to mobile to help them find their way. Searches for mapping or navigation on desktop where down 34 per cent over the past 15 months, with search clicks showing an even steeper decline, down 41 per cent.


Read more at http://mobilemarketingmagazine.com/content/mobile-map-usage-eating-desktop-says-comscore#5DJFWqpIpFP407tc.99

The number of smartphone visitors to maps sites and apps has jumped 24 per cent in the past six months, according to comScore, based on data from its Mobile Metrix platform - up to a total 92m unique visitors.

That's an 83 per cent penetration among smartphone users – much higher than on desktop, where map usage makes up around 40 per cent of the online population.

“Consumers are increasingly integrating mapping into their mobile lives and that behaviour will only increase as location-based technology develops further,” said Eli Goodman, media evangelist at comScore. “Apple’s first foray into maps may have been a temporary setback, but more competition in this market will only bring better technology and improved navigation services over time – and those advancements will continue to pull these searches away from desktop. But there is opportunity for greater search monetisation in the long run, because location-enabled search means the ability to deliver highly relevant paid results to potential customers in the vicinity or planning a trip to the area. And whichever mapping service delivers the best user experience is sure to receive the greatest spoils.”

The growth of mobile map usage seems to be coming at the expense of desktop, as users shift over to mobile to help them find their way. Searches for mapping or navigation on desktop where down 34 per cent over the past 15 months, with search clicks showing an even steeper decline, down 41 per cent.


Read more at http://mobilemarketingmagazine.com/content/mobile-map-usage-eating-desktop-says-comscore#5DJFWqpIpFP407tc.99

The number of smartphone visitors to maps sites and apps has jumped 24 per cent in the past six months, according to comScore, based on data from its Mobile Metrix platform - up to a total 92m unique visitors.

That's an 83 per cent penetration among smartphone users – much higher than on desktop, where map usage makes up around 40 per cent of the online population.

“Consumers are increasingly integrating mapping into their mobile lives and that behaviour will only increase as location-based technology develops further,” said Eli Goodman, media evangelist at comScore. “Apple’s first foray into maps may have been a temporary setback, but more competition in this market will only bring better technology and improved navigation services over time – and those advancements will continue to pull these searches away from desktop. But there is opportunity for greater search monetisation in the long run, because location-enabled search means the ability to deliver highly relevant paid results to potential customers in the vicinity or planning a trip to the area. And whichever mapping service delivers the best user experience is sure to receive the greatest spoils.”

The growth of mobile map usage seems to be coming at the expense of desktop, as users shift over to mobile to help them find their way. Searches for mapping or navigation on desktop where down 34 per cent over the past 15 months, with search clicks showing an even steeper decline, down 41 per cent.


Read more at http://mobilemarketingmagazine.com/content/mobile-map-usage-eating-desktop-says-comscore#5DJFWqpIpFP407tc.99V
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Despite initial Apple Maps blunders, Google apparently lost the Maps battle on the iPhone

Despite initial Apple Maps blunders, Google apparently lost the Maps battle on the iPhone | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
A new study from comScore seems to reveal that Google may have lost the Maps battle on iOS devices so far, even though Apple Maps had its fair share of issues at launch.
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Google Maps becoming more context-aware and 'emotional'

Google Maps becoming more context-aware and 'emotional' | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
Google's future maps could integrate data like places you've rated or people you hang out with, into an interactive visual presentation, the company's Maps gurus explain at a GigaOm conference. Read this article by Dan Farber on CNET News.
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Data Without Borders

Data Without Borders | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
jake porway - Data scientist Jake Porway explores how he and his fellow peers can contribute toward social change. Jake begins by examining current data with dat...
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The Evolution of Google Maps

The Evolution of Google Maps | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
technology speech - Brian McLendon is the lead of the Maps Team at Google and the host of this informative technology keynote. As part of Google’s I/O 20...
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The Science Of A Great Subway Map

The Science Of A Great Subway Map | Cartographie XY | Scoop.it
Researchers at an MIT lab have devised a way to determine how well straphangers can comprehend a subway map in a single glance. Massimo Vignelli...
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