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ISRO facilities to open for startups, private firms; new geospatial policy soon
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Friday, July 26th, 2013

AnySite Australia Aids Decision Makers

Pitney Bowes has launched another significant data update to its flagship demographic software, this time providing detailed population, age and income projections for 2013, 2018 and 2023. These projections are available at a micro-level for the SA1...

Thursday, July 11th, 2013

Open Spatial Provides Improved Functionality with the Release of enlighten Bi 3.1

Open Spatial today announced the release of enlighten Business Intelligence (Bi) version 3.1, an update to the powerful support system and corporate geo-portal. Improvements to the solution include compatibility with Autodesk® Infrastructure Map Server 2013, homepage quick...

Thursday, May 31st, 2012

IBM GIS Integration a Sign of New Business Intelligence Era

Global IT giant IBM’s recent move to ‘geo-enable’ some of its core technology platforms signalled a new era of geographic-based intelligence for Australian business, according to a leading technology expert.