Series: FILLING THE GAP

LEFT BY GOOGLE EARTH ENTERPRISE

Series: FILLING THE GAP

Building “DIGITAL EARTH”

A new generation of geospatial intelligence helps to answer complex geographic questions

By Matteo Luccio 

Paper maps obsolesce rapidly from the moment they are printed, because the ink on the paper remains the same while the world changes—though faster in mid-Manhattan than in the middle of the Mojave Desert. Online maps can be updated…

 

From Selling Pixels to Selling Answers

By Matteo Luccio

This series of articles began in our Fall 2015 issue by focusing on the impact on vendors and users of geospatial technologies of Google’s decision to end support for Google Earth Enterprise (GEE).

 

Companies Pick Up Where Google Earth Enterprise Leaves off

By Matteo Luccio

The waves created by Google’s announcement that it will stop supporting Google Earth Enterprise (GEE) in the spring of…

Data Management & Visualization: Married or Separated?

Galdos Systems Inc., Skyline Software Systems, and Onix Networking Corp.

By  Matteo Luccio

Large users of geospatial data are searching for alternatives to Google Earth Enterprise (GEE), which Google will discontinue in the spring of 2017. Several geospatial companies offer partial replacements, though their offerings differ somewhat from each other and from GEE.

The Demise of Google Earth Enterprise

ArcGIS Earth & Vricon & Others Fill the Gap

By Matteo Luccio

Google Is ending a 10-year run of Google Earth Enterprise (GEE), which contributed greatly to the market for geospatial “Digital Earth” products for business.

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