Notre équipe est montée à bord d'un des avions de prises de vues aériennes de l'IGN, l'Institut national de l'information géographique et forestière. Ils ramènent chaque année des dizaines de miliers de photos qui servent à réaliser ou à mettre à jour des cartes.
Tweet Share on Facebook Share Share Email Pin Pocket Flipboard Size matters? In the world of mapping speed matters even more. Most of us GeoGeeks experienced a challenge of processing of large spatial datasets… It can take ages. Our friends from GIS Cloud have launched an interesting project to test and compare speeds of different available web
Tweet Share on Facebook Share Share Email Pin Pocket Flipboard Summer vacations… It’s time to switch off your laptops, put some sunscreen on and go explore the world. But when you do it, do it in a right way. Below you’ll find some gadgets and gear that will help you spend summer vacations like a …
Mongolia will become a global pioneer next month, when its national post office starts referring to locations by a series of three-word phrases instead of house numbers and street names. The new system is devised by a British startup called What3Words, which has assigned a three-word phrase to every point on the globe. The system is designed to solve the an often-ignored proble
Tweet Share on Facebook Share Share Email Pin Pocket Flipboard The great things are done by extraordinary people. Here is my list of top 5 people who I believe shaped the geo industry of the 21 century. It was not an easy choice… Please comment if you have other candidates. Jack Dangermond – CEO of Esri
If you follow me on Twitter, you've probably seen previews of my experiments with round maps. These experiments were motivated by a recent question on GIS.stackexchange whether this type of map can be created in QGIS and while it's not very convenient right now, it is definitely possible: I've been planing to try the Quantarctica…
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