By On November 20, 2017

Small UAS: Don’t Be Disrupted By Disruptive Technology

Drones, unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV)—whatever you prefer to call them—are taking the geospatial community by surprise. UAS are almost becoming disruptive technology, or new technology introduced to society that deviates from the norm and changes the way we do business.

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By On November 14, 2017

Live from Autodesk University 2017

Day 1: Advanced Computational Design with Dynamo Nodes and lists and code blocks OH MY! Day 1 at Autodesk University (AU) in Las Vegas kicked off with several computational BIM workshops. I headed to the advanced BIM session featuring Dynamo, an amazing tool that enables users to create custom routines, manipulate geometry and extract data […]

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By On September 6, 2017

You’re Thinking About Open Data?

Open data is a trendy topic. From the federal data.gov portal to the Federal Geographic Data Committee’s GeoPlatform to state and local government open data portals, an increasing amount of government data is being made available as open data. What’s driving this? Citizens demand more government transparency and access to government-owned information. Many states, counties […]

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By On August 9, 2017

Recapping FOSS4G Boston 2017

Chris Morabito recaps his week at the 2017 FOSS4G conference in Boston.

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