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  • How to download images from Google Earth - Google Maps - Bing - ArcGIS Imagery and other sources

    For many of the analysts, who want to build maps where some raster reference from any platform such as Google, Bing or ArcGIS Imagery is displayed, surely we do not have a problem because almost any platform has access to these services. But…

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  • Google Maps improves its performance

    Google has launched a new beta version of its map browser, with quite interesting tools. In this case, to activate it you have to execute the link New! to the right of the lab test symbol, and activate the…

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  • Allallsoft, download maps from Google, Yahoo, Bing and OSM

    Allallsoft has a number of applications that help download images from the most popular online map services. These programs are evolved versions of what was Google Image Downloader, which I talked about almost two years ago and…

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  • How much software is worth in this blog?

    I've been writing about crazy technology topics for more than two years, usually software and its applications. Today I want to take the opportunity to analyze what it means to talk about software, in the hope of forming an opinion, doing…

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  • Virtual Earth, image update April 2009

    Virtual Earth is updating at a much faster rate than Google Earth, just in March they uploaded 21 TB and in April they uploaded another large amount of data, many of them from our…

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  • Connect Manifold with Open Street Map

    Some time ago I told you that Manifold can connect to Google, Yahoo and Virtual Earth. Now the connector has been released to link with Open Street Maps (OSM), which by the way has been developed in C# by a user of…

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  • Virtual Earth updates 21 TB of images

    So great is the amount of data that Virtual Earth has uploaded in these days of March, and the countries of the Hispanic environment have not been left out; Mexico and Brazil have been the biggest beneficiaries. The names…

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  • Geomatics, other news

    Apart from the magazine that was published a few days ago by Geoinformatics, there are some other topics published this month on its portal that are worth sharing. Although some of these ads seem to be sponsored, they do add something…

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  • Virtual Earth updates images of Spain

    The last time we had a large number of Spanish-speaking cities that were updated by VirtualEarth, in this case in October another massive update was announced, which by the way adds up to the ridiculous amount of 41.07 Terabits But this time...

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  • Connect Virtual Earth with ArcGIS 9.3

    If Microsoft wants to get serious about the geospatial world and gain ground from Google, it must partner with specialized software companies and make it "more professional." This is what has happened in the case of the launch of TrueSpace for…

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  • Microsoft Launches TrueSpace

    I hope a good apology for the expletive that could be offensive in some countries, but shitting is the waste that Microsoft is doing with a powerful tool that it acquired 5 months ago from Caligari. And why does it seem that Microsoft…

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  • MapBuilder surrenders ... another

    It is sad to see interesting projects tearing their clothes and accepting that they are withdrawn... just a few days ago we mentioned the weakness of projects not associated with an aggressive marketing plan that gives them sustainability. It's not exactly...

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  • Virtual Earth updates images, including Hispanic countries

      The update of high resolution images of Virtual Earth this July is going quite well, it has been a long time since we have seen such massive amounts updated, including Spanish-speaking countries. It seems that your…

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  • Ask maps surrenders to Microsoft

    Some time ago we talked about six different alternatives for online map services; because one of them must be subtracted and the other put in danger of extinction. Goodbye Ask maps Ask has decided to give up, now it shows Virtual Earth in…

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  • Google vrs. Virtual, the battle is serious

    The Battle Google and Microsoft continue their battle for virtual globes, both have opened a similar strategy, by making their data available for free updating by the online community. Last year, Google provided a form to…

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  • Connect Manifold to OGC services

    Among the best capabilities that I have seen in Manifold GIS is the functionality to connect to data, both from Google Earth, Virtual Earth, Yahoo maps and also to WMS services under OGC standards. Let's see how to do it. In this…

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  • Some short geofumadas

    Vexcel, a Microsoft subsidiary offers Virtual Earth data offline. This solution claims to provide 3D texture data and images of better quality than those seen online and can be on an offline intranet…

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  • View mesh lat / long in Virtual Earth

    Virtual Earth can be viewed in a version similar to Google Earth, although not on the desktop but on the web platform, activating by installing the 3D plugin... it's a bit of a hassle because you have to authorize the plugin but it finally works. Now they have…

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