UK opens up its plans for transparency and open data

Source: UK Government 28th June 2013 UK opens up its plans for transparency and open data Organisation: Cabinet Office Published: 27 June 2013 Policy: Improving the transparency and accountability of government and its services The UK’s draft National Action Plan on open data and transparency for the Open Government Partnership (OGP) has been published for […]

Where is QGIS 2.0?….

For many of us in the GIS community June 8th 2013 was going to change the way we worked with spatial data, we were excited…..we were wrong….All over the internet chat was going wild as to where the latest version of QGIS had gone. What happened? We had been teased with offerings of an updated […]

90 Great GIS Blogs to read (AFTER THIS ONE!!)

Blog  Subject  Author  Link  All Points Blog Catching geospatial news that others miss Adena Schutzberg   AnyGeo A GISuser blog about GIS, the GeoWeb, Mobile, Social, and Location Technologies Glen Letham   arcOrama A blog about GIS Gaëtan Lavenu, Christophe Tourret   The Big Blue Thread A blog for spatial science and […]

SeaZone Hydrospatial One free to browse!!

SeaZone’s flagship ‘HydroSpatial One’ free-to-browse at SeaZone is proud to announce that its flagship product HydroSpatial One is now available to view free on-line from the SeaZone web-store,  Focusing on UK waters, HydroSpatial One is the original and leading “off-the-shelf” authoritative digital marine map, engineered and maintained using raw material from hydrographic […]