We've teamed up with Londonist to map a slightly different side to the London Marathon. Check out our interactive map to find out the location of pubs and toilets along the route and the best places to load up with carbs before and after the race. There is also a handy pace guide so you don't miss your favourite runners!
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It’s gone faster than we could have imagined as we are about to celebrate our second anniversary (we formed at the beginning of 2015) and it’s fair to say that it’s been an exciting couple of years for us...
Our Head of Data Insight, Jonathan Smith, is giving a webinar with Esri UK this week talking about Agile concepts and how they can be applied to reporting, analytics and GIS, using Esri technology. Here he talks through some of the concepts and how they have been applied in the real-world...(hint - its actually got nothing to do with dog agility).
This is a bit of a surprise blog as we didn't know we'd be writing this a few days ago. We were approached late last week by somebody at Royal Mail enquiring as to how we might demonstrate value from some of their fixed infrastructure data in a really quick time frame, which turned out to be around 12 hours.
As with all good January traditions we are doing a sale on blogs this week, especially as we didn't put one out in December. So to kick 2016 off you are getting 2 for 1 on content. We have been doing a lot of work in 3D recently and thought we would share some of the outcomes in calculating building heights using open data. There is also a chance to exercise your speakers, as we have updated our sound map from last year to cover more detailed noise pollution in central London.
You may not have realised this, but today is World GIS Day (Geographic Information Systems for those of you who aren't familiar with the term), which celebrates everything that technology has brought to mapping, location and geospatial analysis. This is obviously something very close to our hearts, so we thought we’d celebrate with a blog about some of our experimental work in this area.