Stratus Connect Version 1.0 Launches!

by mbishop |February 24, 2009|No Comments

  I am very pleased to say that Stratus Connect version 1.0 has been completed and released. I know there is much anticipation around the Stratus suite and the release of our second component, and first Web Mapping application, within the suite is a significant milestone. Things have come a long way from the GDC […]

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Mapping terms and conditions update Part II

by mbishop |February 24, 2009|No Comments

Be sure to attend the showdown at noon (more likely to be @ 10.30 after coffee and biscuits) between Google and OS if you can. The MUGUKI will be hosting a special event that brings these two data providers together under 1 roof to discuss their TOS. Event details I hope to attend and will report back.

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Mapping terms and conditions update

by mbishop |February 5, 2009|No Comments

Hi, In case you didn’t see the article in Directions magazine last week I thought I’d add a link so you can review. Certainly gives further food for thought, although there hasn’t been any substantial movement since last time we posted on the subject. Obviously it would be wrong of me to mention how nice […]

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The Final Countdown

by mbishop |February 5, 2009|No Comments

No, not a reference to Swedish “rock” (and I use the term loosely) band Europe. It’s all gone quiet on the blog for a while, so I thought I would drop a quick update. Firstly thank you to all who attended the MUGUK user event last week in London. Sadly I was unable to attend […]

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MUGUKI meeting

by mbishop |January 9, 2009|No Comments

There is a MUGUKI meeting on the 28th January. This is a great opportunity to meet other MapInfo users and discover how technology is being applied in many different ways. There is an interesting and varied agenda. I’m certainly looking forward to what should be a healthy debate on the Copyright Debate/(Derived) Data Use and […]

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and you thought the OS licensing was restrictive…

by mbishop |January 7, 2009|No Comments

Two British students have been fined for illegally carrying out a survey and making maps in the restive Chinese province of Xinjiang. I’m not sure crowd sourced data will really take off in china. If you are heading to Xinjiang for holidays this summer be sure to keep your iphone in your pocket.

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Rate the INSIPRE themes…

by mbishop |January 5, 2009|No Comments

As mentioned I will be attending an AGI INSPIRE workshop on Thursday. As part of registration the organisers have asked me the following: Please indicate the themes you are interested in by rating the list below from 1 to 9, with 1 being the topic you are most interested in: Co-ordinate reference systems Geographical grid […]

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