Geo UK

Geo UK Sept/Oct 2014

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In the current issue:

  • Harnessing the power of the platform

    Harnessing the power of the platform

    Charles Kennelly reviews this year’s Esri UK User Conference, held in mid-June at the QEII Conference Centre in central London
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  • Helping with enquiries

    Helping with enquiries

    Advanced Laser Imaging may be a new and unfamiliar name in the geomatics business, but that could well soon change, as GEOconnexion found out talking to CEO, Paul Snudden, and Technical Director, Mark DeGiovanni
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  • Heritage Maps: a one-stop-shop!

    Heritage Maps: a one-stop-shop!

    Patrick Reid reports on Heritage Maps - a web-based spatial data viewer developed by the Heritage Council of Ireland, to focus on the built, natural and cultural heritage of the land and coastal waters
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  • Developing the EPA Geoportal

    Developing the EPA Geoportal

    Fiona O’Rourke explains the evolution of the Irish Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) geoportal and its role in supporting policy-making and public awareness
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  • IRLOGI: representing the Republic

    IRLOGI: representing the Republic

    As IRLOGI approaches the 20th anniversary of its founding, Bruce McCormack brings readers up-to-date on how the organisation is representing the geographic information sector in the Republic of Ireland and making its mark further afield
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  • GeoCom: bringing together the Big Five

    GeoCom: bringing together the Big Five

    Rollo Home, 2014 GeoCom Chair, previews the upcoming new-look conference of the Association for Geographic Information (AGI)
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  • Prime time for OSi

    Prime time for OSi

    As Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSi) gets ready to deliver on Prime2, Colin Bray outlines the six-year project to develop a future-proof data storage model and how its arrival lays the foundation for a modern National Spatial Data Infrastructure
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  • AGI Northern Ireland update

    AGI Northern Ireland update

    With a new conference structure; a renewed emphasis on CPD, and lively discussions about Open Data in the province, it has been a busy year says Simon Wheeler, chair of the Northern Ireland branch of the Association for Geographic Information (AGINI)
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