GIS on Mobile can mean many different things. Here is a brief opinion piece exploring a few Geo applications on Android. Let us know what you think with… (Thoughts on GIS mobile apps... GIS on Mobile can mean many different things.
Luis Aguilar Cruz's insight:
Disagree with some points but I think it is an interesting point of view
Everyone in the geospatial industry knows that 80% of data has a geospatial component, but I have never seen a reference or link to the research on which this is based. GIS Lounge has tried to track this assertion back...
Organizations are generating powerful insights by analyzing change in spatio-temporal networks in many applications, such as weather risk analysis. Jeremy Peters, a Principal Consultant with the Pitney Bowes Digital Commerce Professional Services team describes a proof-of-concept application for historical tornado event risk analysis that is implemented using Pitney Bowes' Spectrum Technology Platform software for configuring and running batch job and real-time web services integrated with R Density based Spatial Clustering and SQL Server Spatial.
The explosive growth in the availability of mobile phones in societies around the world – even in some of the poorest, most remote communities – is increasingly leading many groups to explore how these devices might be used effectively as part of...
We often think about the implications of building new mobile apps on the front-end: user experiences, delivery, and development and testing needs. But the mobile-first world requires some significant changes to the back-end infrastructure needed to deliver, support and manage it, and those changes will permeate the private data centers and public clouds of the future.