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This presentation covers various aspects on how the enterprise users can leverage on the Public GIS APIs,open-source spatial engines, ‘wikification’ of GIS to get high ROI and a rich user ...

This presentation covers various aspects on how the enterprise users can leverage on the Public GIS APIs,open-source spatial engines, ‘wikification’ of GIS to get high ROI and a rich user experience.

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    Web 2.0 trends in Geospatial Applications : A User-Centric GIS Web 2.0 trends in Geospatial Applications : A User-Centric GIS Presentation Transcript

    • Web 2.0 Trends in Geospatial  Information Systems  A User­Centric GIS  Faridur Rahman Choudhury  Assistant Project Manager  th  8  May 2008  1 www.rmsi.com 
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