Bringing Google Earth Enterprise to the Public, Part 1

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The process needed to transform Google Earth Enterprise, or GEE, from a closed-source commercial offering to an open-source, publicly available suite of applications is pretty complex and still ongoing. GEE was in development first at Keyhole, then at Google for 12 years. During that time a lot changed with the code, but at the same […]

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New Google Earth and Open Google Earth Enterprise Just in Time for Earth Day!

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Author: Andres Terrazas, CTO @ Thermopylae Sciences and Technology   As we quickly approach Earth Day (April 22nd) Google is celebrating by releasing two important geospatial offerings: the new Google Earth and the open source version of Google Earth Enterprise as Open GEE.  Google has perfectly timed their release of the new Google Earth yet a second […]

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TST Contributes Circle Authoring to Open Layers

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Author: Pavel Penev, Software Engineer @ Thermopylae Sciences and Technology Even though you could, perhaps, get a circle on an Open Layers canvas by importing a data source, the ability to author and modify circles seemed to be an often-requested feature, including for users of iSpatial who may want the option to use Open Layers […]

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