Series: FILLING THE GAP

LEFT BY GOOGLE EARTH ENTERPRISE

Series: FILLING THE GAP

Spring 2017, p. 14-19, bit.ly/GEEseries8

The Inside Story: Google Earth
Enterprise Goes Open Source

Featuring:

AVNISH BHATNAGAR, Technical Solutions Engineer, Google

CHRIS POWELL, CTO, NT Concepts

AJ CLARK, Founder, CEO, Thermopylae Sciences + Technology

DAVID MOORE, Founder, President, and CEO, Navagis

PETER BATTY, CTO, Geospatial Division, Ubisense

Fall 2015, p. 16-21, bit.ly/GEEseries1

1. The Demise of Google Earth Enterprise

ARCGIS EARTH & VRICON & OTHERS FILL THE GAP

Featuring:

 REBECCA MOORE,
Google Earth Engine & Earth Outreach, Google

CHRIS ANDREWS,
3D product manager for ArcGIS, Esri

ISAAC ZAWORSKI,
Vice President, VRICON

Winter 2016, p. 16-21, bit.ly/GEEseries2

2. Data Management & Visualization:
Married or Separated?

GALDOS SYSTEMS INC., SKYLINE SOFTWARE SYSTEMS,
AND ONIX NETWORKING CORP.

Featuring:

RON LAKE, CEO, Galdos Systems Inc.

MATTHEW J. HARRISON, Vice President, Defense Business Unit,
Skyline Software Systems

DAL VANDERVORT,
Vice President for Public Sector Sales, Onix Networking Corp.

Spring 2016, p. 16-21, bit.ly/GEEseries3

3. Companies Pick Up Where Google Earth
Enterprise Leaves Off

NGA COMMENTS ON THE DEMISE OF GEE

Featuring:

LT. COL. MICHAEL RUSSELL, GEOINT Visualization Services (GVS) Program Manager, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

ANDREW HILL,
Chief Science Officer, CartoDB

JOHN-ISAAC CLARK, Director, Product Management — Geospatial Big Data, DigitalGlobe

Summer 2016, p. 16-21, bit.ly/GEEseries4

4. From Selling Pixels to Selling Answers

DIGITALGLOBE: EXPANDING ACCESS TO INSIGHTS FROM SATELLITE IMAGERY

AGI: CESIUM DISSEMINATES 3D MODELS

MAPBOX: ENABLING DEVELOPERS TO BUILD CUSTOM MAPS

Featuring:

JOHN-ISAAC CLARK, Director, Product Management — Geospatial Big Data, DigitalGlobe

TODD SMITH,
Cesium Product Manager, Analytical Graphics, Inc.

MATT IRWIN,
Business & Government, Mapbox

Fall 2016, p. 16-21, bit.ly/GEEseries5

5. Geospatial Solutions from PIXIA, Luciad,
& BAE Systems

Featuring:

PAT ERNST,
Co-Founder and COO, PIXIA

RIORDON KOSSEN,
Field Marketing Manager, Luciad

KURT DEVENECIA,
Deputy Director GXP Product Development, GXP Technology Area, BAE Systems

Winter 2017, p. 26-33, bit.ly/GEEseries6

6. Building “Digital Earth”: A new generation of
geospatial intelligence helps to answer complex
geographic questions

Featuring:

CARLA JOHNSON,
Founder and CEO, Earthvisionz

MLADEN STOJIC,
President, Hexagon Geospatial

PERRY PETERSON,
President and CEO, PYXIS

Spring 2017, p. 20-25, bit.ly/GEEseries7

7. Geospatial Visualization & Processing

THE FINAL FEATURE IN THE SERIES

Featuring:

PETER BATTY,
CTO, Geospatial Division, Ubisense

 STUART BLUNDELL,
Director of Strategy and Business Development, Harris Geospatial Solutions,
Harris Space and Intelligence Segment, Harris Corporation

 

8th in the Series

THE INSIDE STORY:
Google Earth Enterprise
Goes Open Source

By Matteo Luccio 

On March 20, 2015, Google deprecated Google Earth Enterprise (GEE), which had contributed greatly to the market for geospatial “Digital Earth” products for large organizations, and announced that it would stop sup- porting it on March 22, 2017. The company had previously announced that it would discontinue support for the Google Earth API and the Google Maps Engine, while it continued to support and promote Google…

7th in the Series

Geospatial Processing & Visualization
Ubisense and Harris Geospatial Solutions

By Matteo Luccio 

The Line Between vendors of Geospatial Software and providers of geospatial data is increasingly blurred, as more companies either provide both or partner with complementary companies. An example is a new joint offering among Harris Geospatial Solutions, DigitalGlobe, and Esri. The emphasis in the geospatial industry is increasingly on easy-to-use mobile applications that can be deployed on all major platforms, ingest external data, and run offline.

6th in a Series  Filling the Gap: Left by Google Earth Enterprise

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…

 

5th in a Series  Filling the Gap: Left by Google Earth Enterprise

Geospatial Solutionsfrom
Pixia, Luciad, and BAE Systems

By Matteo Luccio

This series began a year ago by examining alternatives to Google Earth Enterprise, which Google will stop supporting on March 22, 2017; it then expanded to review a wide range of tools for geospatial visualization and analysis. For this installment, I discussed their companies’ offerings with:

4th in a Series  Filling the Gap: Left by Google Earth Enterprise

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).

 

3rd in a Series  Filling the Gap: Left by Google Earth Enterprise

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…

2nd in a Series  Filling the Gap: Left by Google Earth Enterprise

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.

1st in a Series  Filling the Gap: Left by Google Earth Enterprise

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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