Remote Sensing

Day and Night around the World

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If you simply must know where it is day and night around the world, here are a couple of websites for you. time.gov keeps the official U.S. time via atomic clock and has a feature which shows where the sun is shining and where it is dark when you click on a time zone. Check […]

Events

NAVTEQ launches its Annual Global LBS Challenge

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This competition challenges application developers worldwide to build innovative positioning technology and NAVTEQ maps. Global registration is now open and will close December 2, 2005. The first prize is $50,000 cash and $100,000 in NAVTEQ map licenses You can read about the contest at GISuser.com or at the Challenge website here via GISuser.com

Events

Duke University Podcasting Symposium

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So we’re spending the next 2 days at lovely Duke University (my alma mater) at the 1st Duke Podcasting Symposium, so we can learn all about how podcasting is changing the world! If we get any cool tidbits, we will be sure to pass them along. So far, the facilities are great, free wireless, but […]

Events

First Asia-Pacific ESRI Users Conference

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Here’s another event I just found out about: ESRI’s first Asia-Pacific Users Conference, which will be held 12-13 January 2006 in Hong Kong. The abstract deadline for papers has been extended to September 30th(this Friday) More information is available at ESRI China