NeoGeoSchmeo
     Peter Batty
   WhereCamp5280
Overview

• Becoming mainstream
• Disruptive technologies
• NeoGeoSchmeo
GIS was a specialized backroom
     technology for many years
Geo moving to
               the mainstream

 1996 MapQuest


2005 Google Earth
    (Keyhole)


2005 Google Maps
Disruptive technology
       Functionality /                                               logy
       performance        ...
Now much easier to
    include location data



Free or cheap               Location
                Geocoding
  map data ...
The new pretenders
        Google
       Microsoft
      Open Source
Fun and cool
        Performance
         Ease of use
                 API
Continued innovation
Google map tiles
Zoom level        Tiles                     Estimated Land tiles Estimated size (TB)       Cumulative siz...
Google map tiles
Zoom level        Tiles                     Estimated Land tiles Estimated size (TB)       Cumulative siz...
3D buildings
Birds eye view
   Photosynth
   SQL Server
Strong in database
Strong in web mapping
   Weaker on desktop
   Data improving fast
Data sharing

              KML
                         GML
  geoRSS
                        WMS    Shape
       geoJSON ...
“But this neogeography stuff isn’t what we
   do, it’s just simple web mapping ...”
Cartography




Andy Allan, Cloudmade
Data creation and maintenance




                Upcoming Mapzen editor
                           Cloudmade
Geospatial analysis
 FortiusOne / GeoCommons
neogeography
     =
    GIS
?
?
peter.batty@spatialnetworking.com
     geothought.blogspot.com
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  1. 1. NeoGeoSchmeo Peter Batty WhereCamp5280
  2. 2. Overview • Becoming mainstream • Disruptive technologies • NeoGeoSchmeo
  3. 3. GIS was a specialized backroom technology for many years
  4. 4. Geo moving to the mainstream 1996 MapQuest 2005 Google Earth (Keyhole) 2005 Google Maps
  5. 5. Disruptive technology Functionality / logy performance chno he d te bl is E sta Mainstream Market requirements logy c hno te ptive ru Dis Time
  6. 6. Now much easier to include location data Free or cheap Location Geocoding map data tracking
  7. 7. The new pretenders Google Microsoft Open Source
  8. 8. Fun and cool Performance Ease of use API Continued innovation
  9. 9. Google map tiles Zoom level Tiles Estimated Land tiles Estimated size (TB) Cumulative size (TB) 0 1 0.25 0.00000000232830644 0 1 4 1 0.00000000931322575 0 2 16 4 0.00000003725290298 0 3 64 16 0.00000014901161194 0 4 256 64 0.00000059604644775 0 5 1,024 256 0.00000238418579102 0 6 4,096 1,024 0.00000953674316406 0 7 16,384 4,096 0.00003814697265625 0 8 65,536 16,384 0.000152587890625 0 9 262,144 65,536 0.0006103515625 0 10 1,048,576 262,144 0.00244140625 0 11 4,194,304 1,048,576 0.009765625 0 12 16,777,216 4,194,304 0.0390625 0 13 67,108,864 16,777,216 0.15625 0 14 268,435,456 67,108,864 0.625 1 15 1,073,741,824 268,435,456 2.5 3 16 4,294,967,296 1,073,741,824 10 13 17 17,179,869,184 4,294,967,296 40 53 18 68,719,476,736 17,179,869,184 160 213 19 274,877,906,944 68,719,476,736 640 853 20 1,099,511,627,776 274,877,906,944 2,560 3,413 Calculations by Charlie Savage
  10. 10. Google map tiles Zoom level Tiles Estimated Land tiles Estimated size (TB) Cumulative size (TB) 0 1 0.25 0.00000000232830644 0 1 4 1 0.00000000931322575 0 2 16 4 0.00000003725290298 0 3 64 16 0.00000014901161194 0 4 256 64 0.00000059604644775 0 5 1,024 256 0.00000238418579102 0 6 4,096 1,024 0.00000953674316406 0 7 16,384 4,096 0.00003814697265625 0 8 65,536 16,384 0.000152587890625 0 9 262,144 65,536 0.0006103515625 0 10 1,048,576 262,144 0.00244140625 0 11 4,194,304 1,048,576 0.009765625 0 12 16,777,216 4,194,304 0.0390625 0 13 67,108,864 16,777,216 0.15625 0 14 268,435,456 67,108,864 0.625 1 15 1,073,741,824 268,435,456 2.5 3 16 4,294,967,296 1,073,741,824 10 13 17 17,179,869,184 4,294,967,296 40 53 18 68,719,476,736 17,179,869,184 160 213 19 274,877,906,944 68,719,476,736 640 853 20 1,099,511,627,776 274,877,906,944 2,560 3,413 Calculations by Charlie Savage
  11. 11. 3D buildings Birds eye view Photosynth SQL Server
  12. 12. Strong in database Strong in web mapping Weaker on desktop Data improving fast
  13. 13. Data sharing KML GML geoRSS WMS Shape geoJSON WFS Lightweight Heavyweight Mashups OGC Google Search Portals
  14. 14. “But this neogeography stuff isn’t what we do, it’s just simple web mapping ...”
  15. 15. Cartography Andy Allan, Cloudmade
  16. 16. Data creation and maintenance Upcoming Mapzen editor Cloudmade
  17. 17. Geospatial analysis FortiusOne / GeoCommons
  18. 18. neogeography = GIS
  19. 19. ?
  20. 20. ? peter.batty@spatialnetworking.com geothought.blogspot.com
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