First Open Source Version of Google Earth Enterprise is Here!

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The first official version of Google Earth Enterprise Open Source is finally here!  Open GEE 5.2.0 includes a number of changes that were necessary for the open sourcing effort. This includes several library replacements, library unbundling, removal of obsolete code and libraries, changes to support new compilers, updates to support Git and GitHub, and several […]

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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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