Geofumadas on the fly November 2007
Here are some topics of interest during the month of November:
1. Google Street View cameras
Popular Mechanics tells us about the cameras that were used to build those maps at the foot of the street ... and some shorts
2 Convert UTM coordinates - Geographical
Cartesia offers the functionalities of a tool To do geodetic conversions
3. Migrating 6 Visual Basic Applications to .Net
A tool Which migrates developments compiled in VB6 to .Net by recognizing more than 60 controls.
4. Topographic maps of Spain
The Polytechnic University of Madrid offers Topographic maps of Spain superimposed on Google Earth in wms services
5. GPS that supports georeferenced images
This Gadget can show georeferenced images and orthophotos, additionally weather maps ...
6. Commercial flights to Virtual Earth
If you want to see what it's like to go to France, you can make a Virtual Earth flight in three dimensions and following the commercial routes ...
7. Google maps, in street kiosks
Like gas stations in the United States, In Beijing there are kiosks where Google has put Google Earth to go evangelizing that mara ...
8 Vote for the best AutoCAD blogs
Anygeo offers us a poll where we can vote and know the most popular AutoCAD blogs
9. Oracle Spatial tries to become friendly
Oracle tries to enamor its application clients like Mapviewer and Oracle Spatial so that they believe that they can To become friendly for building web applications ... and prices?
10. Google Maps integrates terrain layer
Looking to improve the appearance of maps, Google integrates the Layer of soil... although they want to eat the hybrid layer
Smoke of the month… AutoCAD anti-piracy pricing 🙂
AutoDesk, seeking to prevent piracy offers Map3D, AutoCAD 2008 and Civil 3D to special prices for SMEs from the 25 to the 30 November 2007 ... difficult to understand who is the pirate ...
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