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  • Hi, My Name is Taichi FURUHASHI.\n\n\n“Taichi” means “the Ground” in Japanese.\nAnd “FURUHASHI” means “Old Bridge”.\n\n“Taichi FURUHASHI” means “Old Bridge on the earth”\n\n\nI've working at the University of Tokyo, in Japan.\n\nMy work is the GIS education for students and general people. \nSo, my GIS course is opened every month, and a lot of people attends my lecture. \nAnd today, I have to lecture about many GIS techniques for yours.\n\nAnyway, Please show my document of today.\nA little character are standing on the title page.\nHis name is “EARTH-KUN”.\nIt’s my character for GIS-MAGAZINE.\n\nSo, I have written many magazine papers about Google Earth/Maps.\n“Earth-KUN” appear in those documents.\n\n\n\n\n\nOur tools is the ArcGIS, ERDAS IMAGINE,\nand other commercial application.\n\nOn the other hand, Recently\nWe use many free software.\n
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  • OK, Let’s start\n
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  • OK, Let’s start\n
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  • OK, The last module theme is GIS forecast, in the future of ten years.\nI said NEXT “S” of GIS will means ”the Society“.\n\nNow GIServices provided many organization.\nAnd those services will wrapping by e-government and some web mapping services, like WPS.\n\nI think, Standalone software will decrease.\n\nThe advancement of the Internet technology is very early. \nI pickup some interest technology.\n\nLet’s show\n\nNEXT, Slide No. is a\n
  • This slide is hardware and Browser forecast.\n\nIn 2007, Apple released the iPhone/iPod touch.\nIt can be use very useful touch interface.\nAnd you can use the google maps and some WEB-GIS.\n\nToday, I have a iPod touch.\n\nLike this, we can zoom and wide by pinch action.\n\nNo mouse, No keyboad.\nI think the Google Earth and other some software will run on this device.\n\nBecause, Apple started to provide the SDK tool Kit for iPhone and iPod touch.\n\n\n\n\nNEXT, Slide No. is c\n
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  • This Slide is new Hardware and browser.\n\nName is “OLPC”.\nOLPC means “One Laptop per Child” project.\n\nThe mission of the OLPC Project is to develop a low-cost laptop to revolutionize how to educate the world's children.\nTarget cost is $100!\n\nGoal is to provide children around the world with new opportunities to explore, experiment, and express themselves. \n\nEspecially my interest is electric power generator by human power.\nCenter figure is that. Like the Yo-Yo.\nChildren can pull the thin rope.\nThis Yo-Yo will generate power for OLPC. \n\nWhy do children in developing nations need laptops?\nLaptops are a window and a tool: a window into the world and a tool with which to think.\nThey are a wonderful way for all children to learn learning through independent interaction and exploration.\n \nOLPC espouses five core principles:\n(1) child ownership; (2) low ages; (3) saturation; (4) connection; and (5) free and open source.\n\nIf all OLPC has include the GIS application, they will become to good geo-spatial contents providers. \n\nLast year, I tested some OLPC machines.\nThe First generation is very slow for web browsing.\nIt could use the Google Maps, but complex API site don’t run on this machine.\n\nI think, next generation of OLPC will become to fast.\n\n\n\n\n「(2008年頃には)100ドルノートPC」ことOLPC “XO”に手回しクランクに替わる充電手段として採用され、ある意味XO本体よりも注目されているヨーヨー型発電機が一般発売も視野に入れた商用化を目指すことが発表されました。開発したSquid Labsではポータブル発電機(名前はまだないらしい)の商用化のため新会社Potencoを設立、民生用モバイル機器の充電や災害地・開発途上地域での照明や通信、また軍用といったさまざまな分野での採用を目指した活動を開始しています。100 ドルPCのシンボル的存在だった手回しし式に代わって登場したこの発電機はホッケーのパックを二つ重ねたような大きさで、チェーンソーやボートのエンジン 始動時のようにひもを引いて発電するもの。片手に本体を持ってもう片方の手で引いたり、本体を机に固定して足で踏んだりして使います。開発者によればハン ドクランクより構造が単純で壊れにくくメンテナンスが容易、腕でハンドルを回転させる動きより人体構造的に自然な脚の力を使えるためより効率的。肝心の発電能力について正確な数字は挙げられてないものの、Potencoのサイトによれば一分間の発電で「携帯電話なら25分通話」。別のインタビュー記事では、おなじく一分間で「iPod shuffleなら230分、ニンテンドーDSを45分間」。OLPC XOでは「一分間で10分使用」が目標とされてきました。一般発売されるとしてどのような形態になるのかはまだ不明ながら(発電機側に充電池を内蔵するのかetc)、電池が切れると死んでしまう人種にとっては非常に期待できる製品です。\n\n\n\nNEXT, Slide No. is d\n
  • OLPC is already provides many countries.\nGREEN countries are pilot area.\n\nIn Keniya They plan to include in the post-launch phase.\n\nIn the feature, \nThe children all over the world will use own laptop PC. \n\n\n\nNEXT, Slide No. is e\n
  • This Slide is new Hardware and browser.\n\nThe OLPC can put the many laptop PCs.\nAnd Those machine can connect the network by each machines.\nBut They must increase many WiFi Stations for children.\n\nOLPC has some spin out projects.\nExample the Green Wifi Mission.\n\nGreen WiFi is committed to providing solar powered access to global information and educational resources for developing regions and K-12 school children striving for knowledge in a digitally divided world.\nThere are approximately 3 billion people under the age of 15 living in developing nations.\n42 percent of the developing world's population is below the age of 15.\n\nGreen WiFi was founded on the principle that the welfare of our world is dependent, in large part, on providing these children with free and open access to the world's information.\n\n\n\nNEXT, Slide No. is f\n
  • This Slide is new Hardware.\n\nYou know, GPS is using all over the world now.\nEspecially, The GPS car navigation is becoming the major driving assist device. \n\nNow, some GNSS services provided by U.S. , Russia, EU and China. And Japan will lunch the Quasi-Zenith Satellites for GPS System.\n\nU.S. GPS System has about 30 satellites.\nRecently, Single positioning accuracy is about 5m by handy-GPS.\n\nIf all GNSS satellites are totaled, it becomes 100 satellites.\n\nWe will be able to use a more highly accurate location information. \n\n\n\n\nNEXT, Slide No. is d\n
  • This Slide is new Software.\n\n\nSo, I explained about the WPS.\nWeb Processing Service (WPS) defines a standardized interface that facilitates the publishing of geospatial processes,\nand the discovery of and binding to those processes by clients. \n\nEspecially, The GRASS Server technology become to major of WPS.\nYou know the GRASS has many good functions.\nBut , those interface are poor.\n\nStandalone GIS users changed to QGIS from GRASS.\nBecause, QGIS is adding some grass function modules.\n\nSo GRASS function has high performance.\nWPS with GRASS Server is good components. I think.\n\nStandalone GIS software will change into the WPS server system in the future. \n\n\n\nNEXT, Slide No. is d\n
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  • This Slide is new Software.\n\n\nSo, I explained about the WPS.\nWeb Processing Service (WPS) defines a standardized interface that facilitates the publishing of geospatial processes,\nand the discovery of and binding to those processes by clients. \n\nEspecially, The GRASS Server technology become to major of WPS.\nYou know the GRASS has many good functions.\nBut , those interface are poor.\n\nStandalone GIS users changed to QGIS from GRASS.\nBecause, QGIS is adding some grass function modules.\n\nSo GRASS function has high performance.\nWPS with GRASS Server is good components. I think.\n\nStandalone GIS software will change into the WPS server system in the future. \n\n\n\nNEXT, Slide No. is d\n
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  • Jica global map_small

    1. 1.            Power of NeoGeographer How to use map using on the net? Taichi
FURUHASHI (MAPconcierge
Inc,)
    2. 2. Today, I bring a new device for demonstration 2
    3. 3. That name is “GigaPan” 3
    4. 4. 4
    5. 5. I will explain aboutthis device in my presentation. 5
    6. 6. How to use map on the net? 6
    7. 7. How to use map on the net? 7
    8. 8. the net? 8
    9. 9. digital 9
    10. 10. You are expert of GISin each countries. 10
    11. 11. You haveprovider orientation thinking. 11
    12. 12. I want to explain aboutuser orientation thinking. 12
    13. 13.                                                                      Taichi        @mapconcierge b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    14. 14.                                                                      Taichi        @mapconcierge b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    15. 15. I’m a TreeClimber b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I 15
    16. 16. Of course, I havetwo licenses b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I 16
    17. 17. Because, b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    18. 18. I (we) have a TreeHouse in Japan. (made by ourself)b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I 18
    19. 19. That’s my hobby, but... b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    20. 20. It’s relatedwith the Digital Map(GIS) tech. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    21. 21. It means... b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    22. 22. GIS can usea lot of GeoSpatial Data as MODEL. We called Feature. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    23. 23. You know,“MODEL” is not “real”. ≒ Similar but different From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    24. 24. Every time we have to compare between both informationusing by training data. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    25. 25. Field work isvery important for GIS tech. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    26. 26. Agenda 1: Project Haiti/sinsai.info 2: Old/Neo Geographer 3: Digital Earth4: GIS forecast(UAV/Gigapan/GeoHex) b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    27. 27. haiti / sinsai.info
    28. 28. 12 Jan 2010 b y 
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    29. 29. b y 
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    30. 30. We made high quality mapin Haiti for a few days. b y 
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    31. 31. How? b y 
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    32. 32. b y 
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    33. 33. Like thewikipedia method! b y 
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    34. 34. GPS loggingby handyGPS b y 
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    35. 35. Draw map by paper.And scan. b y 
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    36. 36. Digitizingon Satellite images b y 
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    37. 37. "The OpenStreetMap community can help the response by tracing Yahoo imagery and other data sources,....." (13Jan2010) b y 
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    38. 38. OSM v.s. GoogleMaps v.s. YahooMap v.s. bing MapThere is no good map in Haiti. b y 
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    39. 39. Start to making map!on OSM community. b y 
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    40. 40. Before b y 
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    41. 41. Afterb y 
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    42. 42. We plotted many camp sites. b y 
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    43. 43. How aboutGoogle Maps ? b y 
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    44. 44. Google Maps b y 
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    45. 45. Low Quality. b y 
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    46. 46. And also,we compare to b y 
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    47. 47. Google MapMaker b y 
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    48. 48. OpenStreetMap b y 
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    49. 49. ZOOM in!! b y 
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    50. 50. Google Maps b y 
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    51. 51. Google MapMaker b y 
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    52. 52. OpenStreetMap b y 
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    53. 53. Data quality and quantity are different. b y 
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    54. 54. Why,we could? b y 
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    55. 55. Some satellite imagecompanies provide to us, very quickly. b y 
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    56. 56.  
    57. 57.  
    58. 58.  
    59. 59. Of course, b y 
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    60. 60.  
    61. 61. Those images are providedwith Georeference meta data b y 
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    62. 62. Collaborated withJAXA and NIED b y 
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    63. 63. JAXA:Japanese Space Org < Data Provider > b y 
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    64. 64. NIED: National research Institutefor Earth science and Disaster Prevention < Web GIS Server Hosting > b y 
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    65. 65. That’s greatcorroboration in Japan b y 
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    66. 66. JAXA → NIED → OSM by
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    67. 67. Key Point is... b y 
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    68. 68. WMSprotocol b y 
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    69. 69. Others ( OSM ) Potlatch JOSM(OSM
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WebBrowser) ( OSM ) by
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    70. 70. We couldmashup tomany services b y 
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    71. 71. Especially, OSM can access toRoad lines as vector. b y 
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    72. 72. As a Result... b y 
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    73. 73. Support portal site used OSM data. b y 
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    74. 74. Quick release as iPhone application b y 
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    75. 75. Good point is, OpenStreetMaphas many experts for editing map b y 
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    76. 76. Over
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people includes
japanese
guys...Mikel Claudius
Henrichs Axel
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Wood pascal_n MaWDTim
Waters zvenzzon David
FawceWSimone
Gadenz Dane
Springmeyer tors_koMaQa
Giovannini Gianfra PhonoNicolas
Chavent Dave
Smith
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DruidSmith Dankarran tomokiPB Randal
HaleAndrew
Turner Phil
ShipleySam
Larsen Christopher
Parker EdLoachRobert
ScoW davespod SeehundeführerEsperanzaAdam
Schreiber Mapconcierge osmapb1 Imapi Flacusikiya Bikeman2000 Cohan Komяpa Morten
Jagd
Christensen
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Glaser acdsig Temporalista Divebalu HB9DTXSergio
Sevillano StellanL Andrew
AllisonJeffrey
Johnson AssetBurned Jus_n
HoukJaakko
Helleranta Ceyockey Luc
CasteraAndrzej
Zaborowski Ævar
Arnjörð
Bjarmason Michael
LaneFredB Ivansanchez Mike
Hoganharrierco ALE! David
Runneals
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neuhausr Fabianos Jarno
Peschier
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Osbornec Julian BoudewijnKa_e
Filbert olvagor FilThea
Clay Gubaer Estela
LlorenteMicha
Ruh UbuntuAcer KamSK53 RatZillaS Marc
SchneiderJonas
Krückel
(John07) Jean‐Guilhem
Cailton Rafa
Gu_errezColin
Marquardt clara SamuszFloris
Looijesteijn steve8 Sean
BenneWAndyGates Gert
Gremmen
(cetest) JarraWpJean‐Marc
Lio_er Lübeck Xapitoun sxpert Pierre
Beland http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/WikiProject_Haiti/Who_is_helping b y 
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    77. 77. Over
100
people includes
japanese
guys...Mikel Claudius
Henrichs Axel
von
MaternHarry
Wood pascal_n MaWDTim
Waters zvenzzon David
FawceWSimone
Gadenz Dane
Springmeyer tors_koMaQa
Giovannini Gianfra PhonoNicolas
Chavent Dave
Smith
/
DruidSmith Dankarran tomokiPB Randal
HaleAndrew
Turner Phil
ShipleySam
Larsen Christopher
Parker EdLoachRobert
ScoW davespod SeehundeführerEsperanzaAdam
Schreiber Mapconcierge osmapb1 Imapi Flacusikiya Bikeman2000 Cohan Komяpa Morten
Jagd
Christensen
‐ XBear Holly
Glaser acdsig Temporalista Divebalu HB9DTXSergio
Sevillano StellanL Andrew
AllisonJeffrey
Johnson AssetBurned Jus_n
HoukJaakko
Helleranta Ceyockey Luc
CasteraAndrzej
Zaborowski Ævar
Arnjörð
Bjarmason Michael
LaneFredB Ivansanchez Mike
Hoganharrierco ALE! David
Runneals
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neuhausr Fabianos Jarno
Peschier
‐PaulY Kevin helmed,
Osbornec Julian BoudewijnKa_e
Filbert olvagor FilThea
Clay Gubaer Estela
LlorenteMicha
Ruh UbuntuAcer KamSK53 RatZillaS Marc
SchneiderJonas
Krückel
(John07) Jean‐Guilhem
Cailton Rafa
Gu_errezColin
Marquardt clara SamuszFloris
Looijesteijn steve8 Sean
BenneWAndyGates Gert
Gremmen
(cetest) JarraWpJean‐Marc
Lio_er Lübeck Xapitoun sxpert Pierre
Beland http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/WikiProject_Haiti/Who_is_helping b y 
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    78. 78. Actually,over 300 or 400 users joined. Maybe... b y 
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    86. 86. Tim. J Berners-Lee talked at b y 
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    87. 87.  b y 
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    88. 88. Raw Data Now!OpenData will change the world b y 
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    91. 91. Crisis MappingMap Crowd source UGC/CGM by
mapconcierge
    92. 92. Google Maps/Earth Release in 2005 by
mapconcierge
    93. 93. Finding Dr. Jim Gray in 2007 by
mapconcierge
    94. 94. Google MyMap since 2007 by
mapconcierge
    95. 95. by
mapconcierge
    96. 96. 2008 Kenyaby
mapconcierge
    97. 97. MexicohWp://www.cuidemoselvoto.org/ by
mapconcierge
    98. 98. hWp://www.cuidemoselvoto.org/ by
mapconcierge
    99. 99. WashingtonhWp://snowmageddoncleanup.com/ by
mapconcierge
    100. 100. 2010 haiti by
mapconcierge
    101. 101. 2010 Chile by
mapconcierge
    102. 102. by
mapconcierge
    103. 103. 2011 / NZ by
mapconcierge
    104. 104. 2011 / LibyahWp://libyacrisismap.net/ by
mapconcierge
    105. 105. 2 0 1 13/11 by
mapconcierge
    106. 106. by
mapconcierge
    107. 107. sinsai.info StaffOpen Street Map Foundation Japan (NPO)over 15 (Amazon,Yahoo, NTT, NTT Data, etc..) by
mapconcierge
    108. 108. by
mapconcierge
    109. 109. sample report by
mapconcierge
    110. 110. We add on map by
mapconcierge
    111. 111. sinsai.info work flow by
mapconcierge
    112. 112. sinsai.info Result• 10,000+•1,000,000+ PV /•650,000+•500,000+• by
mapconcierge
    113. 113. sinsai.info joint to others by
mapconcierge
    114. 114. Report Report Report ReportAPI Crisis
Mapping Map
Trace Map
Dona_on GPS UAV Gigapan A
lot
of
Satellite
images by
mapconcierge
    115. 115. Old / Neo Geographer Next Generation of GIS engineer
    116. 116. NEOGeographerOLDGeographer b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    117. 117. What’s different? b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    118. 118.  OLDGeographer 6 years ago. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    119. 119. OLD NEOGeographer Geographer             b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    120. 120. In 2005Threshold b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    121. 121. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I 121
    122. 122. OLD NEO Geographer GeographerBefore Google-Geo After Google-Geo Year 2004 2005 2006 2007 b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    123. 123. OLD NEO Geographer GeographerSHP, MIF, GeoTIFF XML, DB, API Year 2004 2005 2006 2007 b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    124. 124. Change toNEOGeographer ! b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    125. 125. OLD NEO Geographer Geographer ResultSHP SHP as Table SHP Process KML SQL GIS ClientsGeoTIFF GeoTIFF WKT DB WKTraster Process File orientation API/DB orientation b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    126. 126. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I 126
    127. 127. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I 127
    128. 128. “Digital Earth Browser”means View/Share software by virtual globe. Those software delivers an easy-to-use way to view and share information geographically.
    129. 129. “Digital Earth” Keyword appeared since 2004. Google
Earth
v3World
Wind, Google
Earth
v4 Keyhole By
hWp://www.google.com/trends
(2007/11/30)
    130. 130. “Digital Earth”What is this?
    131. 131. Digital Earth
    132. 132. “Digital Earth Browser” is not “web browser”. By
Michael
T.
Jones(Google)
    133. 133. Digital Earth Browser and Web Browser Digital
Earth
Browser Web
Browser Google
(c)
2007 Google
(c)
2007 KML HTMLDigital Earth Browser can access many spatial information(KML) in all over theworld. Like the Web Browser with HTML.
    134. 134. Major Digital Earth Browsers Google
Earth World
Wind ArcGIS
Explorer (Google,
since2005) (NASA,
since
2004) (ESRI,
since
2006) Google
(c)
2007 NASA
(c)
2007 ESRI
(c)
2007 hWp://earth.google.com/ hWp://worldwind.arc.nasa.gov hWp://www.esri.com/sorware/arcgis/explorer/All applications are provided as Free. And, Thosesoftware can mapping a lot of satellite / airphotoimages all over the world as Free too.
    135. 135. Characteristic of KML Keyhole Markup Language
    136. 136. Characteristic of KML Keyhole Markup Language• Open format on the net.
    137. 137. Characteristic of KML Keyhole Markup Language• Open format on the net.• XML
    138. 138. Characteristic of KML Keyhole Markup Language• Open format on the net.• XML• Zip Compression available
    139. 139. Characteristic of KML Keyhole Markup Language• Open format on the net.• XML• Zip Compression available• Network Connectivity
    140. 140. Characteristic of KML Keyhole Markup Language• Open format on the net.• XML• Zip Compression available• Network Connectivity• Multiply Data Type
    141. 141. Characteristic of KML Keyhole Markup Language• Open format on the net.• XML• Zip Compression available• Network Connectivity• Multiply Data Type• Time Stamp / Time Span
    142. 142. KML Sample<?xml
version="1.0"
encoding="UTF‐8"?><kml
xmlns="hWp://earth.google.com/kml/2.1"><Folder>
 <name>cafe</name>
 <descrip_on><![CDATA[Created
with
<a
href="hWp://sketchup.google.com/">Google
SketchUp
6.0.312</a>]]></descrip_on>
 <LookAt>
 
 <longitude>139.9366077796045</longitude>
 
 <la_tude>35.90168740874968</la_tude>
 
 <al_tude>17.41304574400348</al_tude>
 
 <range>104.3070304725559</range>
 
 <_lt>80.4794</_lt>
 
 <heading>141.932</heading>
 </LookAt>
 <Folder>
 
 <name>Tour</name>
 
 <Placemark>
 
 
 <name>Camera</name>
 
 
 <LookAt>
 
 
 
 <longitude>139.9366077796045</longitude>
 
 
 
 <la_tude>35.90168740874968</la_tude>
 
 

    143. 143. Data Type in KML
    144. 144. Data Type in KML• Point
    145. 145. Data Type in KML• Point• Line
    146. 146. Data Type in KML• Point• Line• Polygon (include Donuts Polygon)
    147. 147. Data Type in KML• Point• Line• Polygon (include Donuts Polygon)• Image (Ground/Screen/Photo)
    148. 148. Data Type in KML• Point• Line• Polygon (include Donuts Polygon)• Image (Ground/Screen/Photo)• 3D Object (with Texture, COLLADA)
    149. 149. Line Polygon Point
    150. 150. 3D ObjectLine
    151. 151. Image (Screen) Image (Ground)
    152. 152. Image (Ground)Image (Screen)
    153. 153. 3D Object with Texture
    154. 154. Polygon with attributes and TimeScaleImage (Screen)
    155. 155. Digital Earth Browser
    156. 156. Digital Earth Browser• Low cost (almost free)
    157. 157. Digital Earth Browser• Low cost (almost free)• No border (using by Lat/Lon coordinates)
    158. 158. Digital Earth Browser• Low cost (almost free)• No border (using by Lat/Lon coordinates)• Free reference data set (Satellite/ Airphoto)
    159. 159. Digital Earth Browser• Low cost (almost free)• No border (using by Lat/Lon coordinates)• Free reference data set (Satellite/ Airphoto)• Multi data type (with Texture, COLLADA)
    160. 160. Digital Earth Browser• Low cost (almost free)• No border (using by Lat/Lon coordinates)• Free reference data set (Satellite/ Airphoto)• Multi data type (with Texture, COLLADA)• Key data format is ”KML”
    161. 161. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    162. 162. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    163. 163.         uDig GeoServer PostGIS Spatialite GRASS QGIS Desktop OpenLayers MappingServer Geo Data Base Desktop MappingServer LibraryOpenGeoSuite FOSS4G Tools OGR Statistics FDO R Project Foundation GEOS Catalog PROJ4 OpenStandard GPS TC211 Google Chrome OS GML Google Earth Android
    164. 164. Licenses b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    165. 165. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    166. 166. There aremany type of licenses. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    167. 167. LicenseCopyRight FREE CC-by-NC-ND CC-by-ND CC-by-NC-SA CC-by-SA CC-by-NC CC-byAll Rights PublicReserved Domain b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I 153
    168. 168. LicenseCopyRight FREE CC-by-NC-ND CC-by-ND CC-by-NC-SA CC-by-SA CC-by-NC CC-byAll Rights PublicReserved Domain mytext b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I 154
    169. 169.            b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    170. 170. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    171. 171. “GIS Tech.” like a “Bridge” betweenthe ITworld and the Realworld. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    172. 172. “GeoSpatial data”made by “real data”. ≒ From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    173. 173.          b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    174. 174.      b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    175. 175. http:// goo.gl/Y8aH b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    176. 176.                          Open Database License b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    177. 177. Open Data Commons b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    178. 178. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    179. 179.  b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    180. 180. ’  b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    181. 181.     b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
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    183. 183.  b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    184. 184.  b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    185. 185.     b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    186. 186.        b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    187. 187.           b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    188. 188. ’         b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    189. 189.   ’    b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    190. 190.                    b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    191. 191. ’  b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    192. 192.  b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    193. 193.            b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    194. 194.              b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
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    210. 210. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    211. 211.    b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    212. 212.        b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    213. 213. ’b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    214. 214.    b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    215. 215.         b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    216. 216. NEOGeographer Activity b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    217. 217. I loveOpenSource GIS (FOSS4G) b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    218. 218. b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I 204
    219. 219. ESRI v.sFOSS4G? b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    220. 220. ESRI v.sFOSS4G? b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    221. 221. InteDevelopment
Strategy
 Functions 201x 2010 2009Proprietary Projects FOSS4GProjects 207
    222. 222. one more thing... b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    223. 223. GSI(GeoSpatial Information Authority of Japan) FOSS4cyberjapanMappingSystem cyberjapan MappingSystem b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    224. 224. GSI(GeoSpatial Information Authority of Japan) FOSS4cyberjapanMappingSystem cyberjapan MappingSystem b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    225. 225. OpenGov b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    226. 226. GIS forecast
    227. 227. iPhone/Android with GIS (hWp://www.apple.com) Apple
(c)
2007
    228. 228. by Alos4Amazon Project
    229. 229. for Geo tools on Google       by Alos4Amazon Project
    230. 230. by Alos4Amazon Project
    231. 231. by Alos4Amazon Project
    232. 232. by Alos4Amazon Project
    233. 233. by Alos4Amazon Project
    234. 234. by Alos4Amazon Project
    235. 235. by Alos4Amazon Project
    236. 236. by Alos4Amazon Project
    237. 237. by Alos4Amazon Project
    238. 238. by Alos4Amazon Project
    239. 239. by Alos4Amazon Project
    240. 240. by Alos4Amazon Project
    241. 241. by Alos4Amazon Project
    242. 242. by Alos4Amazon Project
    243. 243. Simulation Story How to use Android for your field work. Deforestation Polygon: Made by PALSAR Viewer by manipulation as KML-Polygon. ALOS-image: Made by PALSAR Viewer from ALOS-PALSAR as KML-GroundOverlay. BackGround: Made by WMS from InteliGeo/Siscom as Cache. Before field PalserViewer KML/WMS Viewer Polygon GroundOverlay WMC GPS Tracker InteliGeo/Siscom KM L, G PX, and SHP/GPX mo My Tracks re.. Spatial DB Photo X, Y, Z, D SHP irection +Exif SpatialiteCamera with GeoTAG(Exif) SQLField Office After field by Alos4Amazon Project
    244. 244. One Laptop per ChildThe mission of the OLPC Project is to develop a low-cost laptop(about $100) to revolutionize how toeducate the worlds children. Goal is to provide children around the world with new opportunities toexplore, experiment, and express themselves.Why do children in developing nations need laptops? Laptops are a window and a tool: a window into theworld and a tool with which to think. They are a wonderful way for all children to learn learning throughindependent interaction and exploration.OLPC espouses five core principles: (1) child ownership; (2) low ages; (3) saturation; (4) connection; and(5) free and open source.If all laptop has include the GIS application, they will become to good geo-spatial contents providers. OLPC
(c)
2007 hWp://www.laptop.org/
    245. 245. MAP of OLPC OLPC
(c)
2007those countries we plan to pilotthose countries we plan to include in the post-launch phasethose countries who have expressed interest at the Ministry-of-Education level or higherthose countries who are currently seeking government support
    246. 246. The Green WiFi Mission hWp://www.green‐wifi.org/Green
WiFi
is
commiWed
to
providing
solar
powered
access
to
global
informa_on
and
educa_onal
resources
for
developing
regions
and
K‐12
school
children
striving
for
knowledge
in
a
digitally
divided
world.
There
are
approximately
3
billion
people
under
the
age
of
15
living
in
developing
na_ons.
42
percent
of
the
developing
worlds
popula_on
is
below
the
age
of
15.
Green
WiFi
was
founded
on
the
principle
that
the
welfare
of
our
world
is
dependent,
in
large
part,
on
providing
these
children
with
free
and
open
access
to
the
worlds
informa_on. Green
WiFi
(c)
2007
    247. 247. GNSS Global NavigationSatellite System Now,
some
GNSS
services
 provided
by
U.S.
,
Russia,
EU
 and
China.

And
Japan
will
 lunch
the
Quasi‐Zenith
 Satellites
for
GPS
System.
We
 will
be
able
to
use
a
more
 highly
accurate
loca_on
 informa_on.
 

    248. 248. UAVUnmanned aerial vehicle
    249. 249. by
mapconcierge
    250. 250. (c)
www.physorg.com by
mapconcierge
    251. 251. hWp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fw8CqIwVa44 by
mapconcierge
    252. 252. by
mapconcierge
    253. 253. by
mapconcierge
    254. 254. by
mapconcierge       用
    255. 255. 1st
May,
2011 Akahama
area
in
Ohtsuchi,
IWATE CC-by-SA by mapconciergeCC-by-SA by mapconcierge by
mapconcierge
    256. 256. UAV
at
Akahama
area
in
Ohtsuchi,
IWATE.


1st
May,
2011 CC-by-SA by mapconcierge by
mapconcierge
    257. 257. Tsunami destroyedAkahama area. CC-by-SA by Univ.of Tokyo/ISTS/Bizworks/MAPconcierge by
mapconcierge
    258. 258. The
university
of
Tokyo,
Interna_onal
ocean
research
center.CC-by-SA by Univ.of Tokyo/ISTS/Bizworks/MAPconcierge by
mapconcierge
    259. 259. A
ship
on
the
house. CC-by-SA by Univ.of Tokyo / ISTS / Bizworks / MAPconcierge by
mapconcierge
    260. 260. CC-by-SA by Univ.of Tokyo/ISTS/Bizworks/MAPconcierge OrthoRectified Mosaic databy
mapconcierge
    261. 261. Gigapan360 panorama camera
    262. 262. G pixels =1,000,000,000 =General
DigitalCamera
x
100
    263. 263. Midtown
in
Ohtsuchi,
IWATE CC-by-SA by Kaoru Saito by
mapconcierge
    264. 264. View
on
Google
Earth
using
by
KML
PhotoOverlay
data CC-by-SA by mapconcierge by
mapconcierge
    265. 265. Office of volunteer center in Tohno, IWATE(magokoronet) CC-by-SA by Taichi by
mapconcierge
    266. 266. GigaPan can take CC-by-SA by Taichi by
mapconcierge
    267. 267.  by
mapconcierge
    268. 268. Informa_on
Crawler by
mapconcierge 261
    269. 269. Informa_on
Scooter by
mapconcierge 262
    270. 270. by
mapconcierge 263
    271. 271. NEOGeographer b y Ta i c h i F U R U H A S H I
    272. 272. w w w. s l i d e s h a r e . n e t / mapconcierge @mapconcie by
mapconcierge
    273. 273. To g e t h e r 
 f o r 
 t h e 
 E a r t h 
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mapconcierge

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