Gadgetsteria recaps the new UI and features and the New York Times details the pivot and potential for monetezation (pay to be recommended).
I for one hear less and less about Foursquare all the time. Does Foursquare matter any more?
by Adena Schutzberg on 06/07 at 05:19 AM |
Today, Intergraph introduced the "next generation" of ERDAS IMAGINE's Spatial Modeler and I spent some time getting a demo of it's functionality. Spatial Modeler, within the core set of geospatial technology functionality, is a long time in coming as competitors have had similar functionality for some time. Spatial Modeler is capable of providing users with tools to script basic workflow "conditions" and do so graphically. Then they can be used as components to create more complex geospatial workflows. Models can be saved and reused. Batch processing is possible and the architecture is such that programmers can create functions of their own via Python scripting. It's origin is in the ERDAS product line and remains there today. In future releases you can expect to see it in GeoMedia. But for now, Spatial Modeler allows the user to access functionality from GeoMedia but in an ERDAS environment. I think users will find this a welcomed new addition especially to those who need to chain together workflows and model scenarios allowing for an interative process environment.
by Joe Francica on 06/07 at 05:01 AM |