LINQ provides a consistent way to describe one of your most important assets; your information. We enable you to describe the efficiency and effectiveness of the information supply chains which fuel your decision making systems and gain new insights into how your business can do even more with what you have.
We would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our families, friends, followers and customers a very Merry Christmas and very best wishes for the New Year. It has been an exciting 12 months at Spatial.IQ as we have firmly set our direction on the development of LINQ. Having just made it through […]
Our work on What’s My Spatial.IQ? led us to the notion of tracing the information flows that culminate in the map – think of this in terms of the spatial information supply chains that create these web maps. These information flows are interesting. They define Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) in a way that emphasises the […]
Last Thursday the Spatial.IQ team attended the inaugural NZ Spatial Excellence Awards at the Intercontinental Hotel in Wellington. It was of particular interest to us as Michelle was a finalist in the Student of the Year (Undergrad) for her work on web mapping heuristics. Also our office neighbour, Roger Smith of Geographix Ltd received a […]
It’s been a while since we last blogged and thankfully that is entirely down to the fact that we have been busy! It’s a nice feeling as we approach our second birthday. The past 3 months have been focused on the development of Spatial.LINQ. You can find out all about LINQ on our new website here. […]
A week after Suvir Mirchandani, a 14-year-old student from Pittsburg, Tennessee suggested that the US Government could save $400 million per annum if they changed the font that they used in their documentation from Times New Roman to a smaller, lighter font such as Garamond which uses 25 percent less ink, Ryman the Stationers have launched Ryman Eco which […]
We got good feedback from the imagery post last week and got some questions that indicate that another post would be beneficial. This post needs to be slightly more technical but we’ll be gentle! One of the questions is why the imagery satellites can’t just keep snapping away to keep track of debris. Indeed, further confusion […]
The MH370 tragedy continues to dominate the world media. Frustrations are clearly boiling over – we all feel for the ordeal the families are going through. One area of frustration concerns imagery and we thought this blog post might assist in understanding some of the realities of imagery in situations like this.
‘While crossing the Pacific aboard HMS Beagle in the 1830s, Charles Darwin found proof of the grandest of what he called his ‘grand facts’: that our Earth was not static but was filled with change’
We are excited to announce that we have entered in to a partnership with an offshore development organisation, Quantic, based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.