GIS To Dominate Agriculture In 2017

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There is no doubt that the United States is the agricultural superpower of the world.  We probably have one of the best food production and distribution systems in the entire world; in fact, it is the envy of many governments around the world.

SuperGeoThe use of GIS technologies is not a new phenomenon in this sector, it has been used for quite some time to guide farmers as they harvest their crops in difficult to navigate terrains.  Also, agricultural experts are even making the full usage of UAVs to find new land areas which can be farmed in the future.

In fact, the local government of Saint Kitts and Nevis has expressed, in the last few weeks, plans of trying to adopt some of the production processes of the U.S. Agricultural Industry. Nevis and Saint Kitts are two , tiny Caribbean islands.  The nation has a population of just 50,000 inhabitants, but it is facing escalating food production costs.

In an effort to curtail this, a GIS Vendor, known as SuperGeo, has launched an initiative entitled the “Vegetable, Fruit, and Upland Crop Quality and Safety Improvement Project”.  The primary objective of this new initiative is to help introduce the SuperGIS Desktop line of software products.  It has been designed to improve the workflow and increase the productivity for farmers and agriculture companies which are located in this region of the world.

Some examples of the use of this specialized GIS software include the following:

  • Mapping all of the production processes on the farm ad developing more cost-effective allocation techniques;
  • More accurately assessing fertilization and irrigation needs in a much more precise fashion, thus assuring more levels of Quality Assurance (QA) in the raw product;
  • In terms of actual crop production, agricultural consultants can now further analyze the aspect, slope, etc. of the farmland to help the farmers utilize these areas more efficiently.

GeoTel Communications, LLC, is the leading provider of telecommunications infrastructure data in a geographic information system (GIS) and internet based spatial technologies for over 15 years. GeoTel takes telecom infrastructure data and makes it tangible. By layering this data in GIS software or by viewing it in one of our web based platforms, we make it possible to analyze detailed fiber optic maps and other telecom data sets throughout America. These integrated datasets are digitized onto the highest quality street data and aerial imagery available, providing companies and government entities with the leverage and insight necessary to make informed location based and fiscally sound decisions.

Big Data to Explode in GIS

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In the world of GIS, there is one fact that is going to remain for the next few decades:  the datasets which are being collected for both commercial and academic purposes is only going to get larger. In fact, it will become so large that it will now be termed as “Big Data”.

big dataWhat exactly is Big Data?  It can be defined as: “A term that describes the large volume of data – both structured and unstructured – that inundates a business on a day-to-day basis. But it’s not the amount of data that’s important. It’s what organizations do with the data that matters. Big data can be analyzed for insights that lead to better decisions and strategic business moves.”  (SOURCE:  http://www.sas.com/en_us/insights/big-data/what-is-big-data.html).

In fact, it is projected that just for the GIS market alone, these enormous datasets will reach a market value of well over $73 Billion by 2022.  However, as noted in the definition just provided, it is not just the volume of data which is being collected that is of prime importance.  But rather, it is the ability to  manage, identify, and extract valuable information which continues to be a challenge for the GIS professional.

But, there are other trends as well in the Big Data realm which will keep business professionals and researchers on their toes.  These include both the quantitative and qualitative data which can be gleaned from the various social media sites (primarily those of Linked In and Twitter), Cloud Computing, and the various wireless devices.

Amongst these is the Cloud which will become very important.  For instance, it is expected also that this will become a huge repository for storing GIS datasets as well.  Of course, having the ability to analyze and collaborate upon these datasets via the usage of Smartphones will also become of prime importance as well for the GIS professional as well.

GeoTel is a telecommunications research and GIS mapping firm that researches and provides telecom datasets for more than 6,000 cities in the United States and worldwide. GeoTel’s expertise includes specialists in economic geography, geospatial engineering, web GIS, and telecommunications GIS Data infrastructure.

A Lucrative Telecom Market in 2017

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In one of our previous blog postings, we visited the topic of the rural farmlands as a huge boon to the telecom vendors here in the United States.  As we embark on 2017, there is yet another new market that this industry should be looking at: Business services.

SMBOf course, all businesses have different types of needs, but it is the Small to Medium Business (SMB) sized market which could prove to be the most lucrative, and it is both Comcast and Charter which are taking the lead.  The services offering includes the following:

  • Fiber based Ethernet;
  • Software as a Service (SaaS);
  • Next Gen IP (such as SIP Trunking).

Just last week, Comcast reported that their revenues in this specialized niche was $1.4 Billion, which represents a 15% growth rate.  Charter also reported a similar growth rate at, 12.1%.  Cox also reported $2 Billion in revenues by simply serving the SMB organizations. Cable One and Mediacom also reported revenues at $3.1 Million and $58.1 Million, respectively.

According to Michael Cavanaugh, the CFO at Comcast: “We have a great product that’s very relevant in a market that we would size at $20 billion to $25 billion in the small and medium-size space, where we’ve obviously deeply penetrated the small business side.”  (SOURCE: http://www.fiercetelecom.com/telecom/comcast-charter-lead-cable-s-challenge-to-telcos-business-services-sector).

But, despite these tremendous opportunities which are exemplified by these financial numbers, the competition will be extremely tough in vying to get a small business owner to purchase from one of these afore mentioned telecom vendors.  For example, unlike a Fortune 500 company, an SMB has very limited resources and tight budgets at its disposal, and thus does not possess much financial freedom to keep switching Vendors.

As a result, it will be relationship building which will be of utmost importance when winning an SMB contract for the Telecom Vendor.  A small business owner wants to know that their provider will be around for the long term (with Ethernet services of long reach), and will keep offering prices which are affordable and manageable.

This idea is best summarized by Jeffrey Storey, the CEO at Level 3: “Cable is a good competitor and I am sure that Comcast customers are receiving a good experience, but if you look at the reasons why customers are buying services from Level 3, it’s the scope of the network.”  (SOURCE:  http://www.fiercetelecom.com/telecom/comcast-charter-lead-cable-s-challenge-to-telcos-business-services-sector).

GeoTel Communications, LLC, is the leading provider of telecommunications infrastructure data in a geographic information system (GIS) and internet based spatial technologies for over 15 years. GeoTel takes telecom infrastructure data and makes it tangible. By layering this data in GIS software or by viewing it in one of our web based platforms, we make it possible to analyze detailed fiber optic maps and other telecom data sets throughout America. These integrated datasets are digitized onto the highest quality street data and aerial imagery available, providing companies and government entities with the leverage and insight necessary to make informed location based and fiscally sound decisions.

 

2017 To Be the Year for The Atomic Clock In GIS

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In our previous postings, we have covered many interesting and very imaginative applications which are unique to the GIS world.  Today, we explore an even more innovative idea:  The Atomic Clock.  But, what exactly is it?

Atomic clockAccording to Wikipedia, it can be defined as “ . . . a device that uses an electronic transition frequency in the microwaveoptical, or ultraviolet region[2] of the electromagnetic spectrum of atoms as a frequency standard for its timekeeping element.”  (SOURCE:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atomic_clock).

These are deemed to be the most accurate clocks in the world (even more so than the iPhone).  Just last week, it was announced that an Atomic Clock has been launched into outer space.  The primary purpose of this is to allow for GIS based systems to provide for centimeter-level location precision for the people who use GPS mobile apps.

The GIS vendor who created and developed this Atomic Clock is known as Menlow Systems, Gmbh, based out of Germany.  According to Matthias Lezius, a scientist in the business, “Our device represents a cornerstone in the development of future space-based precision clocks and metrology… The optical clock performed the same in space as it had on the ground, showing that our system engineering worked very well.”  (SOURCE:  http://www.directionsmag.com/pressreleases/optical-clock-technology-tested-in-space-for-first-time/481168).

In fact, this Atomic Clock is deemed to be 1,000 times more accurate than any other clock.  There are many applications which can use this kind of technology, for example:

  • Predicting earthquakes with much greater time accuracy. Because of this, authorities will be able to send out evacuation warnings in enough time for the public to evacuate and avoid any human losses.
  • Also, weather patterns and upcoming storms can be forecasted hours ahead of time. This will be particularly useful for the Great Plain and the Midwest region here in the United States, where tornadoes are very common.
  • The global remote sensing of greenhouse effect based gases can also be predicted, which is a major threat to agricultural production all over the world.

GeoTel is a telecommunications research and GIS mapping firm that researches and provides telecom datasets for more than 6,000 cities in the United States and worldwide. GeoTel’s expertise includes specialists in economic geography, geospatial engineering, web GIS, and telecommunications GIS Data infrastructure.

 

The Rural Sector will be the Prize in 2017

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As the New Year has been off to a fast start, businesses and corporations alike are now scrambling to get their plans put together for 2017.  The planning can pretty much involve anything and everything, but for the telecom sector the efforts will be to penetrate new markets before others do.

In the larger cities, such as in Chicago, we are seeing the largest of telecom vendors having their monopoly on the marketplace.  This is best exemplified by Comcast by its offering of cable and Internet services, and Verizon with its offerings of wireless services.  Outside the major cities, the next market to penetrate into (and there is still some room to grow) are the metropolitan towns.

These would primarily include the likes of the college cities and smaller locales.  But there is yet another market segment which is often neglected by the telecom vendors, and that is the rural sector.  When one thinks of this niche, the images of farming and desolate landscape comes to mind.

While this may be true, the people living in the rural areas also need Internet and telecom services as well.  One such vendor who is planning to capitalize on this is Lumos Networks.  This is a business model which has been established by Google, and now Lumos will be following in its footsteps.

Just last week, they announced a pricing structure for three separate network tiers as they expand into the rural areas:

  • 75 Mbps
  • 150 Mbps
  • 1 Gbps

The cost for subscribing to any of the above services is just a flat rate of $69.95 per month.

In actuality, Lumos first attempted to enter the rural sector by initially targeting the Allegheny Highlands region, and Botetourt County in Virginia.  Having been successful there, Lumos has its eye on the Waynesboro/Augusta County market in the Lynchburg, VA area. They plan to offer the above services to over 20,000 rural homes.

GeoTel Communications, LLC, is the leading provider of telecommunications infrastructure data in a geographic information system (GIS) and internet based spatial technologies for over 15 years. GeoTel takes telecom infrastructure data and makes it tangible. By layering this data in GIS software or by viewing it in one of our web based platforms, we make it possible to analyze detailed fiber optic maps and other telecom data sets throughout America. These integrated datasets are digitized onto the highest quality street data and aerial imagery available, providing companies and government entities with the leverage and insight necessary to make informed location based and fiscally sound decisions.

How to See All the Roadways in England With One Click

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When we think of GIS apps (especially those mobile ones), the thoughts of seeing maps with many highways and roads immediately comes to mind.  Even “talking” maps are available, where the app will literally talk you through how to get from Point A to Point B.  In a way, this can be considered the autopilot aspect to your car.

But these days, GIS apps are becoming “smarter” by providing information of interest in real time to the driver.  One of the best examples of this is the functionality created by a vendor known as Ordinance Survey, or OS for short.  In their mapping software, the following information is now available to the GIS professional:

  • The physical dimensions of certain roadways;
  • The accessibility and ownership of other roads and secondary paths;
  • The responsibility of the maintenance of the roadway infrastructure;
  • The current roads which are currently under construction (even the future ones as well);
  • All the twists and turns on the road in which the individual is traveling upon (this would be primarily the country roads and/or farm roads).

NYAt the present time, this specialized software is only available in the United Kingdom, but OS has plans to offer it in other countries as well, as quickly as possible.  There are not just benefits to the individual driver, but even to government agencies as well.

According to Andrew Jones, the Roads Minister and a Member of Parliament: “This new and innovative digital map will help local authorities and utilities companies better plan how to route traffic and keep it moving during roadworks, minimizing disruption and cutting unnecessary delays to motorists. The Government has contributed £3 million for its development and this is on top of our existing £23 billion commitment to improving our road network, which will help make journeys safer, better and quicker.”  (SOURCE:  http://www.directionsmag.com/pressreleases/os-sets-out-road-map-for-britain/480844).

There are other numerous benefits as well, which include the following:

  • Viewing the accurate and precise geometry of a roadway;
  • GIS data is updated in real time from the most authoritative sources;
  • An open standards approach is used, which means that a customer (even a potential customer) can quickly easily launch their mobile app which supports this functionality.

GeoTel is a telecommunications research and GIS mapping firm that researches and provides telecom datasets for more than 7,000 cities in the United States and worldwide. GeoTel’s expertise includes specialists in economic geography, geospatial engineering, web GIS, and telecommunications GIS Data infrastructure.

How Unmanned Drones and Commercial Air Traffic Will Co-Mingle With Each Other

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Just recently, we wrote about the benefits of using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and other unpiloted drones in GIS research.  Essentially, these specialized aircraft can go into areas and the most desolate reaches on Earth (where no human can go) in order to take ultra-high resolutions of the ground and terrain below them.

Precision HawkBut, UAVs can also be flown in the metropolitan areas as well, for the exact same purposes.  Many times, these drones can also quite easily come right into the path of commercial air traffic, causing the potential for an unintended collision to occur. So, what can the remote operator do if their UAV comes into this situation, or simply flies “beyond the line of sight”?

A GIS Vendor known as PrecisionHawk, in conjunction with the FAA, just recently launched a project entitled the “FAA Pathfinder Program” to determine what could happen, and how the above mentioned scenario can be avoided. The results of this effort were just announced last week, and rather than simply describing it in qualitative terms, a quantitative aspect was taken.

According to Dr. Allison Ferguson, a Director at PrecisionHawk: “While we believed that technology would be useful for flying BVLOS, we needed a quantitative answer as to whether it would simply make the user’s life easier or it actually impacted the safety of the operation . . . The FAA needs a clear understanding of the risks associated with advanced drone operations, and this testing sets a visual baseline to measure the level of safety as we add enabling technologies.”  (SOURCE:  http://www.directionsmag.com/pressreleases/precisionhawk-research-outlines-operations-risk-for-drones-flying-beyond-li/483876).

Some of the results of the study include the following:

  • Commercial airline pilots have the ability (through their training) to detect far away, unmanned traffic;
  • The reaction times of both the pilot and the remote operator of the UAV are just about the same time if they see a collision is imminent;
  • There will always be some sort of variation in these reaction times; thus, use of Situational Awareness Technology (SAT) is needed. In other words, “It’s about letting technology do what it is designed to do, freeing up humans to do what humans are good at, like flexible decision-making.”  (SOURCE:  http://www.directionsmag.com/pressreleases/precisionhawk-research-outlines-operations-risk-for-drones-flying-beyond-li/483876).

GeoTel Communications, LLC, is the leading provider of telecommunications infrastructure data in a geographic information system (GIS) and internet based spatial technologies for over 15 years. GeoTel takes telecom infrastructure data and makes it tangible. By layering this data in GIS software or by viewing it in one of our web based platforms, we make it possible to analyze detailed fiber optic maps and other telecom data sets throughout America. These integrated datasets are digitized onto the highest quality street data and aerial imagery available, providing companies and government entities with the leverage and insight necessary to make informed location based and fiscally sound decisions.

Severe Telecom Outages Present in California

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In one of our previous blog postings, we wrote about what we would feel if our Smartphone were either lost or stolen.  Obviously, a feeling of paralysis would be the first emotion that would literally sink in.

The reason for this is that as a socno internetiety have become so dependent upon it.  The Smartphone, whether we realize it or not, has become an extension of both our personal and professional lives.

But now just imagine that you are using your Smartphone, and all of a sudden you lost connection to the Internet . . . the same feeling of paralysis would still set in.  This was the trend last week on the West Coast, ranging from California all the way to Nevada.

According to the technicians from AT&T, the primary reasons for these increased spikes in outages were caused by:  1) The detrimental weather; and 2) The aging telecommunications infrastructure which is present in those states.  In fact, in some counties in those respective states, the increase in Internet outages went up as much as 350%.

But, as it was pointed out, the weather is a dynamic factor, and cannot be blamed entirely. Much of the blame has been associated with the old telecom infrastructure in these states. According to Keith Mitchell, a technician at AT&T: “For years, we’ve been telling AT&T executives about widespread infrastructure problems and saying the company needs to invest in the basic landline services our customers need before it’s too late . . . But AT&T chose to ignore us and the needs of our customers, and now the company is forcing us to work in dangerous conditions to clean up their avoidable mess.”  (SOURCE:  http://www.fiercetelecom.com/telecom/at-t-techs-say-aging-california-nevada-infrastructure-raised-outages-following-recent).

However, the executives from AT&T have countered this claim by asserting that infrastructure upgrades are a priority.  According to Marty Richter, a spokesperson at AT&T: “Our first priority is serving our customers and to that end we invested more than $7.25 billion in our California wireless and wired networks in the past three years.”  (SOURCE:  http://www.fiercetelecom.com/telecom/at-t-techs-say-aging-california-nevada-infrastructure-raised-outages-following-recent).

GeoTel Communications, LLC, provides fiber route maps that help businesses visualize telecom data and locate fiber for predictive analytics and location based intelligence. If interested in obtaining these datasets, call 800-277-2172.

 

New GIS Technology to Come Out In 2017!!!

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In the world of GIS, there is no doubt that a lot of information and data is not just stored, but it is also used. In fact, all types and kinds of datasets are fed into systems on a constant, 24 X 7 X 365 basis. But, you may be wondering, just exactly where is all of it stored? Well, a lot depends upon the GIS that is providing these datasets, and also in large part, of the customer who is using it.

New GISIn many instances, these gargantuan datasets are stored in what are known as “Central Servers.”  Simply put, these are computing devices which can process a huge volume of transactions in just a very short period. In fact, one of the most popular servers used in this regard is that of the SuperGIS Server 3.3.  It is manufactured by a GIS Vendor known as Supergeo.

Some of the key advantages that this technology possesses are as follows:

  • Much more effective mapping of datasets to a local workstation or even a mobile device;
  • Greater network connectivity which means that large datasets can be downloaded in just a matter of a few seconds;
  • Spatial information analyses are greatly enhanced;
  • Both 2D and 3D mapping environments will be combined into one entity, thus giving a real-life perspective on landmarks and terrains;
  • This same, combined mapping feature will also be applied to the various topographic models;
  • Cross functionality across all major types of hardware are now available such as those of PCs, Mac systems, mobile phones, and tablet computers;
  • A tool called ‘Web Mapper” is also included. This allows for the GIS professional to map their own customized, Web based tools directly to the SuperGIS Server, and have the datasets fed into it automatically.

But here is the best news:  It is expected that the next release of the SuperGIS Server will be released in 2017.  This will be version 10! Stay tuned!

GeoTel Communications, LLC, is the leading provider of telecommunications infrastructure data in a geographic information system (GIS) and internet based spatial technologies for over 15 years. GeoTel takes telecom infrastructure data and makes it tangible. By layering this data in GIS software or by viewing it in one of our web based platforms, we make it possible to analyze detailed fiber optic maps and other telecom data sets throughout America. These integrated datasets are digitized onto the highest quality street data and aerial imagery available, providing companies and government entities with the leverage and insight necessary to make informed location based and fiscally sound decisions.

GIS Apps Are Making Our Lives More Enjoyable

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In today’s world, we are connected to our Smartphone literally at the hip.  It has become an extension of both our personal and professional lives.  In fact, there are some jobs now where we don’t even have to go to the office anymore.  All the work can be done from our wireless device.  Now just imagine for a second if our Smartphone was lost or stolen . . . we would be totally paralyzed!

phoneIn fact, many GIS Vendors are now deploying their services by way of mobile apps.  It makes sense, as most people employed in this industry are out in the field, and need information and data delivered to their wireless device in real time.  But even now, everyday folks are also benefitting from these GIS apps.

One such vendor, known as (To), just last week announced the creation and deployment of these apps.  They will be made available across all platforms, most importantly those of iOS and Android.  According to CEO Sarah Linden: “After working in the Geospatial Information space for years I saw the opportunity to take this powerful technology to individuals who are faced with transitions between education, entering the workforce and eventually retiring.”  (SOURCE:  http://www.directionsmag.com/pressreleases/geospatial-technology-now-available-to-consumers-as-a-mobile-app/480129).

But, the differentiating factor from these apps versus the other GIS apps is that they are strictly designed for those who may be facing some uncertain moments in their life, as it was mentioned in the quote above.  The idea is to give the end user an extra resource to find geographic locations easier and more efficiently, such as determining the best route to get to a job interview ahead of time.

Other than giving directions, these apps developed by (To) can also give the end user a sense of what the physical location will look like by presenting a 3D, panoramic view of it.  It also notifies individuals of their favorite places while they are on route, such as coffee shops, restaurants, movie theaters, etc.

GeoTel is a telecommunications research and GIS mapping firm that researches and provides telecom datasets for more than 6,000 cities in the United States and worldwide. GeoTel’s expertise includes specialists in economic geography, geospatial engineering, web GIS, and telecommunications GIS Data infrastructure.

 

AT&T Making the Internet More Affordable

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There is no doubt that today, in order to perform our job functions successfully (even for that matter, our personal matters as well), having a constant Internet connection is a must.  Now, this statement does not suggest that we are glued to it 24 X 7 X 365.

internet

AT&T Access

But, the need for Internet availability must be there whenever we need or require it.   Whether it is on a laptop or a wireless device, we feel paralyzed if we don’t have it.

Unfortunately, getting instantaneous Internet access can be expensive, especially for low income families. For example, just here in the Chicago market, it costs an average of $80 a month for a simple basic Internet plan from Comcast.  Add more services to it, such as their “Triple Play Package”, and the price goes up even more.

So, how can a low income family, while struggling to make ends meet, afford a basic Internet package?  Well, there is now an answer to this question.  Just last week, AT&T announced a special program called “Access from AT&T”.  With this, the vendor is offering a $10 Internet access package for low income earners.

With this program, families will be able to get Wi-Fi access on their laptops or Smartphones, and also be eligible to use hotspots which are available in public places, such as restaurants, libraries, and even cafes.  It should be noted that this program is not a permanent one, rather, it is designed to go only through 2020.  In fact, this program has been made possible through AT&T’s acquisition of DirecTV dating back to 2015.

Access from AT&T is not just designed for low income families in Illinois, it is also being used by individuals who are also participating in the U.S. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, which covers 21 states.  Also, it is not just AT&T which is offering lower cost services, but the FCC is also upgrading its “Lifeline” program which enables it to offer a subsidy to low income families as well.

GeoTel Communications, LLC, provides fiber route maps that help businesses visualize telecom data and locate fiber for predictive analytics and location based intelligence. If interested in obtaining these datasets, call 800-277-2172.

Foreign Language Translation For GIS Usage Becoming Important

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In the world of technology, there is one truth:  that is, it impacts everybody and across all geographic areas of the world.  Take, for example, smartphone technology.  Although the originations of smartphone technology happened here in the United States, the technology has spread worldwide, to unprecedented levels never seen before.  We are now seeing even the most remote populations using the Smartphone, ranging from the cold of Siberia to the most desolate deserts in the Middle East and India.

language-translationBut, no matter who is using the technology, it must be compatible to work in that geographic region.  For instance, if an iPhone is being used in the Swaziland, it must have that same level of language compatibility.  The same can also be said of GIS technology as well.

This type of tool is also used worldwide, and thus, it must have language compatibility capabilities as well.  One such GIS vendor which is making their products and services foreign language compatible is known as “Blue Marble Geographics”.  They offer numerous services such as:

  • GIS data conversion;
  • Software Development Kits in order to create customized applications;
  • Low cost land surveying;
  • 3D analysis;
  • Coordinate transformation;
  • GPS services.

Just last week, Blue Marble announced that its latest software product, the “Global Mapper”, is now available in the French language.  Other language compatibilities include the following:

  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Portuguese
  • Polish
  • Spanish
  • Turkish
  • English

The Global Mapper is an established product line, having been around for the last 10 years or so.  It’s main appeal to customers is that it is low cost, yet just as effective as other compatible GIS software which is more expensive.  It’s menus, windows, and dialog boxes have literally been translated and reformatted into the local languages in which it will be subsequently used.  Also, the end user documentation has been fully translated into the local language as well.

According to Patrick Cunningham, the President at Blue Marble, “While many non-English speakers have learned to adapt their GIS operations to work in English, we understand that productivity is significantly improved when the software is available in their native language. For this reason, we will continue to work with our partners to release additional language versions of Global Mapper.”  (SOURCE:  http://www.directionsmag.com/pressreleases/global-mapper-now-available-in-nine-languages/478752).

GeoTel Communications, LLC, is the leading provider of telecommunications infrastructure data in a geographic information system (GIS) and internet based spatial technologies for over 15 years. GeoTel takes telecom infrastructure data and makes it tangible. By layering this data in GIS software or by viewing it in one of our web based platforms, we make it possible to analyze detailed fiber optic maps and other telecom data sets throughout America. These integrated datasets are digitized onto the highest quality street data and aerial imagery available, providing companies and government entities with the leverage and insight necessary to make informed location based and fiscally sound decisions.

 

 

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