28th October by Anita Lankinen and Sampo Savolainen
Sampo Savolainen and Anita Lankinen look at some of the latest technological advances and analyse how they use spatial data infrastructures, what else can and should be done, and explore what role they will play in our future.
Transport agencies, cities and municipalities, environmental agencies, mapping and cadaster authorities – all of these public organisations have been collecting and storing spatial data for many years. However, often companies end up developing their own spatial data infrastructures (SDIs) and creating their core data by themselves instead of leveraging this publicly collected data. >> Read more
Spatineo leading OGC activities for Quality of Service
2nd November by Ilkka Rinne
We all know that sometimes computer-related things just don’t work: cryptic error messages, programs stuck for an indefinite time, or crashing altogether. Sometimes the culprit can be outside your laptop or mobile phone: the resources it’s trying to fetch are just not there or cannot be accessed as fast as usual. Whatever the reason behind this behaviour is, the ultimate result is the same: the user experience sucks.
To make things work better together you need to agree on how they are expected to function. The standardisation work by the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) has greatly influenced how computers and software from different vendors are able to handle and exchange spatial information. >> Read more
Spatineo Monitor helps the City of Riihimäki to maintain high-quality spatial web services
30th August by Laura Waldén
The City of Riihimäki in Finland started using Spatineo Monitor in August 2016 to maintain continuous quality of service and demonstrate the impact of their spatial web services.
The City of Riihimäki offers various spatial datasets, including guide map, base map and plan map, through spatial web services for the use of city administration, local authorities and private users. In internal operations, spatial data can be utilised in technical sectors such as planning, construction and infrastructure development. Whereas for external users, spatial data is a useful tool for finding local services and choosing the areas best for living and doing business, just to mention a few examples. >> Read more
Free Webinars by Spatineo
November 15th 2016
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"We're at the tipping point for a next generation GIS technology, where users will have access to so much location based data and analytical tools to handle it, that the insights possible will provide significant advantages to those who've made the investment."
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