With new EU regulations there is a need to discover and map assets, then assess their climate related risks and impacts. The problem is, most companies will fall at the first hurdle: asset discovery.
When we think about open innovation, it is easy to think we mean sharing everything. That is not quite the idea. For me, open innovation is sharing the common load. Let’s dig into that idea a little as we investigate open source technology, geospatial and the power of open innovation. Some things are hard. Hard …
A short example of CartoCSS class-based line rendering. CartoCSS is everywhere it seems. Well, it’s in Mapbox Studio and CartoDB, as well as whatever hand rolled option you choose. (However it is not geoserver CSS, though it looks somewhat similar). I used CartoCSS to render the below image. It’s a nordic ski map and has a […]
I love technology. I get wowed by amazing new computing platforms, new technology experiences, new ideas about how to interact with machines and computers. I get thoroughly dazzled by how clever people are and how the right group of people can create the most amazing things. But technology is like the weather in Scotland; wait a […]
Scale has taken on a completely new meaning for me. In my training and early career, scale referred to a conversion measurement indicating a comparison between a measurement on a paper map and a measurement in the real world. The big ‘thing’ about GIS was that it was scale-less; you could zoom in as much […]