Geospatial


Seeing the light at night

iKey Ltd. is offering a new night-vision imaging system Green B-compliant computer keyboard.

Tech briefs

The Interior Department has embarked on a program to integrate and modernize its resources for managing map and geospatial data.

'Space Pearl Harbor' overstated

Shooting down a falling U.S. satellite Feb. 20 did not inaugurate a new era of vulnerability for high-bandwidth military communications.

Interior to integrate geospatial resources

The department also introduced a number of new services to its Geocommunicator Web service.

Tech briefs

Geospatial intelligence is getting more respect.

Maptitude 5 adds proximity tools

Product spotlight | Version 5.0 offers new travel-based tools allowing users to create bands based on distance or time along street lines.

Ride with the tide

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has developed a sensor-fed, real-time reporting system that makes shipping ports safer and more efficient.

Tracking tool keeps eye on assets

Technology from Computer Science Corp. helps organizations visualize people, vehicles and infrastructure anywhere on Earth.

Nomad is a wonder for wanderers

GCN Lab Review: The Trimble Nomad 800LE packs Microsoft Office, a GPS receiver and more into a tough sell.

Avencia merges GIS and DAM

Avencia has released a major new version of the Sajara Web-based geographic digital asset management software.

OGC seeks proposals for sensor data networks

The Open Geospatial Consortium is soliciting proposals for the 2008 round of the Empire Challenge Pilot to test the effectiveness of applications using OGC standard interfaces to collect and manipulate sensor data.

NOAA to track GPS satellites

Project is aimed at ensuring the accuracy of global positioning system data used by the public and private sectors.

FEC launches online tool mapping candidate spending

The Federal Election Commission launched a new online map tool that lets the public better track how congressional candidates are getting and spending their money.

NOAA expands warning system for storms

NOAA has constructed new digital elevation models to help emergency planners prepare for effects of tsunamis or other flooding driven by storms.