Of Interest: Super Bowl Map, First Map of the U.S., USA – Japan Travel: Google Style, 'Death by GPS'
Curious who is rooting for which team in the upcoming Super Bowl? Esri has an application that maps out Packers versus Steelers fans across the United States. Type in a ZIP code or place to find the distribution of fans for a local area. Nationwide, the Packers are leading with 65% of the vote versus [...]
There seems to be a plethora of games and alternatives emerging to take advantage of the affordability of handheld GPS units. In a previous article on the GIS Lounge, the high-tech treasure hunting game of Geocaching was discussed. Still looking for ways to have fun with your GPS unit? Learn about more ways to use [...]
“Turn right in 500 feet” is a very precise driving instruction, but most people have a hard time gauging the correct distance. Telling people to turn at a specific street when they are unfamiliar with the area also isn’t too helpful. NAVTEQ is working on making GPS navigation easier by mimicking the way humans naturally [...]
White paper from Fleetmatics From communications and shipping, to productivity and back office procedures, technology has pervaded every aspect if the business world. But small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) with vehicle fleets have an additional tool at their fingertips to gain further benefits from the technological revolution. Increased access to the global positioning system (GPS) [...]
Guest article from Trimble. Home to more than 1.5 million people, Belgrade is the third largest and one of the oldest cities in Southeastern Europe. It is the capital of Serbia and an important focal point for traffic and transport, connecting important points in Eastern and Western Europe. The city relies on Elektrodistribucija Beograd, or [...]