Who are the players in the geosphere?
Open source GIS; there is no turning back
Map making tools: Open Street Maps
Map making tools: Styling Base Layers
Rectifying historic maps - NYPL Map Rectifier beta
 
Stamen Design: Using Open Maps to Visualize Data
 
 
 
Flickr Account in Google Earth
Cartifact creates interactive maps with a view window
FortiusOne brings Visual Intelligence to business
geocommons helps you create and share maps quickly
New Orleans Community Data Center: Public Schools
Trulia: A Real Estate web service leveraging the mashup
Neighborhood Maps: Historic Properties in Logan Square
Twitter can be used for public transportation notices  and allows people to communicate in real-time
Twitter tweets can be mapped and integrated with data
CTA Tweet is a twitter application for real-time messaging
Mobile location-based data maps circulation patterns
Sense Networks:  Cell phone location-based service
We are moving in the direction of location-based data sold as a software-as-a-service application
Information is distributed through online mapping
High resolution Aerial Imagery can be displayed in stereo
Devices and software enable people to send messages and images in real-time to their network
Communities can self-organize and people can self-publish
 
Communities can self-organize and people can self-publish
Eye-Fi is a memory card that will geo-tag and upload
Eye-Fi enables you to instantly map photos of a place
Social Networks bring people together
 
Organizations and municipalities want to utilize social networks to better communicate with citizens
Maps, Collaboration tools & Social Networks  are going to blend
Social media and web-based mapping tools are changing the way we discover & communicate about the built environment
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Mapping For Urban Planning

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This presentation distills the conference Where 2.0 2009 as it applies to the needs of urban planners.

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  1. 2. Who are the players in the geosphere?
  2. 3. Open source GIS; there is no turning back
  3. 4. Map making tools: Open Street Maps
  4. 5. Map making tools: Styling Base Layers
  5. 6. Rectifying historic maps - NYPL Map Rectifier beta
  6. 8. Stamen Design: Using Open Maps to Visualize Data
  7. 12. Flickr Account in Google Earth
  8. 13. Cartifact creates interactive maps with a view window
  9. 14. FortiusOne brings Visual Intelligence to business
  10. 15. geocommons helps you create and share maps quickly
  11. 16. New Orleans Community Data Center: Public Schools
  12. 17. Trulia: A Real Estate web service leveraging the mashup
  13. 18. Neighborhood Maps: Historic Properties in Logan Square
  14. 19. Twitter can be used for public transportation notices and allows people to communicate in real-time
  15. 20. Twitter tweets can be mapped and integrated with data
  16. 21. CTA Tweet is a twitter application for real-time messaging
  17. 22. Mobile location-based data maps circulation patterns
  18. 23. Sense Networks: Cell phone location-based service
  19. 24. We are moving in the direction of location-based data sold as a software-as-a-service application
  20. 25. Information is distributed through online mapping
  21. 26. High resolution Aerial Imagery can be displayed in stereo
  22. 27. Devices and software enable people to send messages and images in real-time to their network
  23. 28. Communities can self-organize and people can self-publish
  24. 30. Communities can self-organize and people can self-publish
  25. 31. Eye-Fi is a memory card that will geo-tag and upload
  26. 32. Eye-Fi enables you to instantly map photos of a place
  27. 33. Social Networks bring people together
  28. 35. Organizations and municipalities want to utilize social networks to better communicate with citizens
  29. 36. Maps, Collaboration tools & Social Networks are going to blend
  30. 37. Social media and web-based mapping tools are changing the way we discover & communicate about the built environment
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