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This manual refers to the Map Viewer tool of the gvSIG Batoví open source software (GIS for education in schools)
This is an overview presentation of the gvSIG Batoví project presented by Sergio Acosta y Lara (MTOP, Uruguay) and Alvaro Anguix (gvSIG Association) . The aim of gvSIG Batoví is to develop a powerful educational tool that enables primary and secondary education students to understand space, to eas...
Like many Authorities, Tendring District Council were only too aware that the Local Development Framework process and the Localism Bill were going to lead to more public consultation. In the future the public, councillors and interest groups will not only be commenting on planning policy, but putt...
The urgent requirement for flood mapping was one of the reasons Stafford Borough Council needed to update the mapping software for their Local Development Framework - and they needed a system that was easily accessible to the general public as well as one that provided all the planning, flooding, ...
Newgrove has been working with the Post Office® to produce a web-mapping application that is versatile, flexible and comprehensive. The applications, MapIT® and ExploreIT has to provide staff working in even the most remote branches with information formerly only directly available to the manageme...
Loyalty Management Group operates Nectar, the largest Loyalty card programme in the UK. Launched in 2002, now more than 50% of all households in the country participate in Nectar, collecting points from over 7,000 retail outlets. Managing and analysing the huge amount of information for an operati...
Newgrove were asked to produce 50 sets of data from eight partners in four languages, linked to an intuitive open source web based mapping and document management system.
This case study describes the development and implementation of a web-based mapping application to support domestic energy management by social housing landlords in the UK. It includes a discussion of business issues, details of components used, and screenshots.
The 6m Euro Living North Sea (LNS) Interreg funded project, comprising fifteen (15) EU partners seeks to identify key issues and solutions for fish migration in the North Sea. It is working on re-connecting the rivers and deltas around the North Sea region and focuses on: addressing knowledge gaps...
This case study demonstrates how Oxford Archaeology1 have successfully adopted open source geospatial software, in particular the desktop GIS packages gvSIG and Quantum GIS (QGIS) in an active move away from proprietary mapping software such as CAD or ArcGIS. Open source GIS has been successfully...