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You can now embed Apple Maps into websites using MapKit JS (beta)

Jun 08 2018 [Archived Version] □ Published at Geoawesomeness under tags  apple maps mapkit js maps

If you watched the WWDC keynote this year then you already know there wasn’t any major Apple Maps related announcement. However, one small development is that Apple is finally letting developers embed apple maps on any website. MapKit JS allows you to embed apple maps on your website, annotate points of interest and request for […]

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The Organization Page has a New Look

Jun 08 2018 [Archived Version] □ Published at ArcGIS Blog under tags  administration announcements members organization status

The organization page will be updated in the next release of ArcGIS Online. Read this blog for a sneak preview of the new look and functionality.


Synthesizing #ECSA2018 – Growing communities of #citizenscience practice, Geneva June 3-5

Jun 08 2018 [Archived Version] □ Published at Po Ve Sham – Muki Haklay's personal blog under tags  uncategorized

Originally posted on monicalogues:
Mini BioBlitz at Teppes de Verbois Nature Reserve The 2nd European Citizen Science Assn conference again brought together an eclectic mix of around 350 researchers, project/programme coordinators (and wannabes) from across the continent and beyond (UK, USA, Sth America, Asia, Africa, Australia and NZ). This post, the one hundredth on this…


HxGN Live 2018 is Next Week

Jun 08 2018 [Archived Version] □ Published at In The Scan under tags  3d modeling airborne lidar autonomous vehicles bim business development

With SPAR 3D 2018 wrapped up full attention now turns to the Venetian in Las Vegas and HxGN Live 2018. Beginning on Tuesday June 12 with a wide variety of high level training classes, the official opening sessions will be … Continue reading

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When a single map isn’t enough…

Jun 08 2018 [Archived Version] □ Published at ArcGIS Blog under tags  cartography mapping and visualization maps thematic mapping

How many maps can you make using a single dataset and single theme of population based data? The answer, here, is 'at least 30'


Getting ready for the next release of the ArcGIS Runtime SDKs

Jun 07 2018 [Archived Version] □ Published at ArcGIS Blog under tags  3d arcgis developer community deprecations developer native

Summer 2018 is quickly approaching, and with it comes version 100.3 of the ArcGIS Runtime SDKs. Let's get ready!


Winnie-the-Pooh’s original Hundred Acre Wood map to be auctioned in London

Jun 07 2018 [Archived Version] □ Published at Geoawesomeness under tags  awesome maps mapping maps

Our much-loved childhood friend Winnie-the-Pooh always knew how to enrich our lives with pearls of wisdom, like: “You can’t stay in your corner of the forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes.” And to that, you would need to consult a map, because you must “Always watch […]

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Ecsite 2018 conference – Day 1 afternoon: science shops, and the current practice and future of RRI

Jun 07 2018 [Archived Version] □ Published at Po Ve Sham – Muki Haklay's personal blog under tags  #ecsite2018 citizen science conference ecsite rri

The afternoon of the first day of Ecsite 2018 included two parallel sessions (the notes from the morning is available here) Science shops: participatory innovation, research and equity Bálint Balázs (ESSRG) – the ESSRG acting as an independent science shop in Hungary, and want to share their and other organisations experience in running science shops. … Continue reading Ecsite 2018 conference – Day 1 afternoon: science shops, and the current practice and future of RRI


Ecsite 2018 conference – day 1 Morning: Opening speeches, and citizen science frontiers

Jun 07 2018 [Archived Version] □ Published at Po Ve Sham – Muki Haklay's personal blog under tags  #ecsite2018 citizen science conference environmental information science and technology

The Ecsite conference took place in Geneva from the 7 to the 9 June. It followed the ECSA conference (or more accurately, ECSA conference was set to coincide with Ecsite). The conference theme was “creative collisions”. The conference was opened by the director of Geneva’s Natural History Museum Jacques Ayer. Organising an Ecsite conference is a … Continue reading Ecsite 2018 conference – day 1 Morning: Opening speeches, and citizen science frontiers


Google for Brazil: Technology that serves people's needs, wherever they may be

Jun 07 2018 [Archived Version] □ Published at Maps under tags  android arts & culture maps search

It's a constant challenge to ensure that technology works well for people with different needs around the world, especially where connectivity is limited and basic smartphones are the main gateway to the internet. Today, at our second annual Google for Brazil event in São Paulo, we shared updates on how we're making our products work better for people in Brazil—and elsewhere in the world. We also gave an update on our efforts to make the internet more inclusive, highlighting a new initiative in Brazil to empower women to succeed in a digital world.

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New soccer experience on Search

Given Brazil's passion for soccer, we couldn't think of a better place to kick off an enhanced experience for football fans on Search, just in time for the World Cup. For this year's tournament in Russia, fans everywhere will be treated to a new immersive experience that includes group tables, stats, trending players and a host of other features that let you follow matches in real time and see highlights on your phone. For more about all that we've prepared for soccer fans, check out our World Cup post.

World Cup Search on Google

Android Go coming to Brazil

As an open source platform, Android has helped democratize access to the internet in places like Brazil. But for more people to come online, they need affordable smartphones that offer a smooth experience when browsing the web and using apps. That's why we developed Android Go, a lighter version of our OS optimized for entry-level devices. Android Oreo (Go edition) is now coming to Brazil on new devices made by our partners Positivo, Multilaser and Alcatel—an important step in our efforts to give more people access to computing.
Android Go

Brazil elections on Search

2018 is an election year in Brazil, and we want to connect voters with useful and reliable information as they prepare to vote in October. In that spirit, we're planning features on Search that will allow Brazilians to stay up to speed on key dates, the candidates and other critical information about the election. We're also adding the option for presidential candidates to post statements directly on Google about where they stand on key issues. And on election day, you'll be able to keep track of the results on Search.


When the campaign kicks off in August, we'll roll out a Google Trends hub for Brazil that offers an overview of the race through the lens of Search. The hub will be a one-stop shop for data about search interest in candidates and their parties, the most searched questions and other related queries, all in real time.

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More local Actions on the Assistant

We launched the Google Assistant in Brazilian Portuguese less than a year ago, and Brazil is now among the top three countries in daily active users. Portuguese is also the second most popular language for Assistant usage on smartphones.


Brazilians already use the Assistant to send WhatsApp messages, play music on Spotify, and watch videos on YouTube or Netflix. Now we’re working with more than 30 local partners to bring more Actions to the Assistant. In the next few months, Brazilians will be able to order a pizza with iFood, book a table with Restorando, hail a ride with 99 and do much more by using nothing but their voice.


Enhancing Maps for Brazilians

A new feature on Maps will help Brazilians navigate a São Paulo law that restricts motorists from driving in designated parts of the city during peak traffic hours one day a week. All they need to do is give the last number of their license plate and Maps will provide customized directions to avoid restricted areas.


We’ve also more than doubled the number of Brazilian cities on Maps with real-time transit information, to 15 from six. The list now includes cities like Campinas, Caxias do Sul, Uberaba and Campina Grande.
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Art Selfie debuts in Brazil

Remember those fun selfies resembling famous artworks that went viral earlier this year? Well, now the Art Selfie is making its Latin American debut in Brazil. Brazilians can find an artistic match for their selfie in Google Arts & Culture's vast collection, which includes masterpieces from institutions such as São Paulo's Pinacoteca and Rio de Janeiro's Museu Nacional de Belas Artes. Give it a try on the Arts & Culture app.


Grow with Google

Grow with Google offers free training sessions, tools and events to help people grow their skills, career or business. We've taken Grow with Google to four cities in Brazil already, training 17,000 people, and plan to hit four more states by year-end.
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A Grow with Google session for 3,000 people in Brasilia in May

Technology can also play a key role in helping to reduce gender inequality. That’s the thinking behind Womenwill, which aims to create economic opportunities for women. We brought Womenwill to Brazil in March, and since then more than 2,500 women have undergone training in leadership, negotiation techniques, personal finance and digital marketing.


While that's a promising start, there is much more to do. Today we announced a Google.org grant of $1 million for Instituto Rede Mulher Empreendedora, a Brazilian nonprofit that promotes and supports entrepreneurship among women. The grant will help them train up to 135,000 women in Brazil over the next two years.


We hope that each of the announcements we made today will have an impact on people's lives in one way or another. And we remain committed to bringing the transformational power of technology to people everywhere.


SPAR 3D 2018 Day 2

Jun 07 2018 [Archived Version] □ Published at In The Scan under tags  3d modeling assemble construction gensler geoslam

Day 2 at SPAR 2018 3D opened with a review of the history of AEC Systems and a keynote by a team representing Gensler, the designer of the new headquarters building for Nvidia. The presentation focused on the getting the … Continue reading

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Introduction to MapKit JS

Jun 07 2018 [Archived Version] □ Published at The Map Room under tags  apple apple maps developer tools web mapping

Video and presentation slides from Apple’s “Introduction to MapKit JS” session at WWDC yesterday afternoon. MapKit JS is, as I mentioned Tuesday, a method for developers to embed Apple’s maps on their websites. Apple is pitching it as a way for developers who use Apple Maps in their iOS apps to use the same maps … Continue reading "Introduction to MapKit JS"


Keep track of all the GOOAAALS with Google

Jun 07 2018 [Archived Version] □ Published at Maps under tags  maps youtube

To help you kick off your FIFA World Cup™ watch-a-thon, Google has everything you need to keep track of what’s happening on and off the pitch. Here’s how Google can help you enjoy your football fan experience this year:

Stay in the know with Search

During the FIFA World Cup, you’ll find a new experience for exploring group tables, stats and trending players so you can keep track of the tournament, right on Search. Within 30 minutes of the end of each game, you’ll find video recaps from select broadcasters featuring goals and highlights of major match moments.
World Cup Search on Google


For each match, you can tap to watch live or follow along with score updates on your phone. You’ll also find a detailed timeline with updates including in-game moments, live images, stats, tweets and more. 

World Cup Timeline on Search

An example of the timeline you'll see once this year's tournament begins.

To keep track of all the matches, even when you’re not searching, you can pin real-time scores on your Android phone screen from Search on mobile browsers or from the Android Google App. Find the match you’re looking for, tap and drag to pin the match anywhere on your screen.

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An example of pinned matches you can create during the tournament.

You can also get in on the action before kick-off by diving into line-ups, news and winning probabilities, which will update once the match gets going. Local broadcasters and national teams will share the latest highlights and updates via Posts on Google.

If your country is competing in the tournament, keep an eye out for a Google Doodlefrom a local artist. Football fans in select countries will also have a chance to check out the Doodles, and they will all be available as they are unveiled at google.com/doodles.

Assistant with the assist

Keep your eyes on the match and ask your Google Assistant for updates on all the World Cup action. If you want to find out who won the match between Germany and Mexico, which players have scored the most goals in this year’s quest for the Golden Boot, or how many FIFA World Cups Brazil has won, just say “Hey Google” and ask away! You’ll also get fun BTW (by the way) stats for some of your questions, so keep your ears open.

Follow along with Google News

Stay on the ball with all the FIFA World Cup action as it happens with a dedicated World Cup Tracker on your Google News app on Android.  The tracker will include a special “spotlight” feature that provides an easy way to visualize live scores, highlights, results, and schedules all in one place.

Google news world cup

Fans can quickly check on how their favorite teams are performing throughout the tournament and find video highlights to watch on YouTube.

The feature will be available for users in the U.S., Germany, France, U.K., Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Peru, and Colombia.

Track the trends

If you want to know which moments popped on the pitch and where fans are teeming with anticipation, head to our Google Trends page for an interactive, real-time view of FIFA World Cup searches. We will have special pages in different languages, in the U.S., FranceGermanyU.K.Brazil and many more. Our data will include real-time rankings of the world’s players based on search interest and embeddable maps and charts where you can relive each game through Search, as soon as it happens.

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Highlights, behind-the-scenes and more from YouTube

Miss a game? Can’t get enough of the action? On YouTube globally, you can catch up on your favorite FIFA World Cup moments with select video highlights from official FIFA broadcasters in more than 80 countries around the world, including from Fox and Telemundo in the U.S., the BBC in the U.K., ARD Sportschau in Germany, NHK in Japan, Kwese in Nigeria and across Africa, Televisa in Mexico, Latina Televisión in Peru, and more. In the U.S., you’ll be able to watch all games live in markets where YouTube TV is available, with the additional option of using the YouTube TV cloud DVR feature to record matches.  For more about how to tune in with YouTube, check out our YouTube blog.

Find places to watch the games on Google Maps

Starting June 14, look out for the “good for watching sports” highlight on business listings in Google Search and Maps to find your best local places to watch the games. For a little inspiration before you put on your jersey and head out the door, take a closer look at two FIFA World Cup stadiums, Otkrytye Arena and St. Petersburg Stadium, on Street View.  

“So here’s the Play...”

Head to the Google Play Store and check out these apps and games to follow your team to victory — whether you want to watch or listen to the matches, follow the scores or even hone your own soccer skills:

  • 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ Official App: A must-have for the tournament, featuring live scores and play highlights, plus lineups, standings, and more.

  • Panini Sticker Album: Whether you traded player stickers on the playground or you’re new to the superfan game, you’ll have a blast with this digital sticker album. Collect stickers from all 32 teams competing in this year’s tournament.

  • Onefootball Live Soccer Scores: A hub for die-hard soccer fans, Onefootball is an excellent source for schedules, live scores, player transfer rumors, and more.

  • FIFA Soccer: FIFA World Cup™: With both soccer play and team management, FIFA’s great for gamers seeking a comprehensive soccer experience

  • Top Eleven 2018 Be a Soccer Manager: Get into the nitty-gritty of club management with Top Eleven as you focus instead on managing virtually every other aspect of your burgeoning football club.


Now let’s start the countdown to kick-off!


How to collect lines in the field using Mobile Data Collection app

Jun 07 2018 [Archived Version] □ Published at GIS Cloud under tags  blog features training center

We introduced a brand new feature in GIS Cloud Mobile Data Collection app – Line  & Polygon collection! In this post we are going to explain how to set up a line collecting project and highlight options and tools that can be useful for your field collection project.     Line collection in the field...


For Sale: Original Copy of Chicago Gangland Map

Jun 07 2018 [Archived Version] □ Published at The Map Room under tags  chicago crime gangsters map collecting map fairs

Much is being made of the sale by Daniel Crouch Rare Books of an original copy of a pictorial map of Prohibition-era Chicago. Published in 1931, A Map of Chicago’s Gangland from Authentic Sources featured the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre and other episodes from Chicago’s gang wars and numerous other scenes of rum-running, police corruption … Continue reading "For Sale: Original Copy of Chicago Gangland Map"



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