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Acceso a servicios de mapas (Google Maps, Bing Maps, OpenStreetMap, OGC) con gvSIG Desktop

Hoy día podemos trabajar en nuestro SIG libre con cartografías muy completas, varias de ellas a escala planetaria, sin tener ni un fichero en nuestro ordenador. 118 more words

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Bing Maps Adds Real-Time Traffic Info For Some Places

Bing Maps has added real-time traffic information for some places. “The Bing Maps team has announced today in a blog post that real-time traffic info is now available in 55 countries worldwide, as can be seen in the map above. 51 more words

Tweaks & Updates

Did Bing Maps Include the Image of a Gunshot Victim?

Ugh, some bad stuff caught by Bing Maps. “In Bing Maps, a street view at the corner of Pennington Avenue and Hazel Street in Baltimore’s Curtis Bay neighborhood shows a single police car, two officers, and what appears to be a man in the middle of the street bleeding from the skull.” Good afternoon, Internet…

Around The Search & Social Media World

Using Google Maps in NAV 2016

Since Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 (version 6.0), there is a feature called Online Map, that we could use to open the map to show the location of the Customers, Vendors, etc. 447 more words

Towards gvSIG 2.3: New OSM (OpenStreetMap) servers

In gvSIG 2.3 we find three new OSM servers, that are available thank to the Stamen team. One of them is “Stamen Terrain”, that has a more typical style, but  the “Stamen Watercolor” style, as well as the “Stamen Toner” one allow us to access to a representation of the worldwide cartography, with loud styles. 67 more words

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Camino a gvSIG 2.3: Nuevos servidores OSM (OpenStreetMap)

En gvSIG 2.3 encontramos tres nuevos servicios de OSM realizados y disponibles gracias al equipo de Stamen. Uno de ellos “Stamen Terrain” tiene un estilo más típico, pero tanto el denominado “Stamen Watercolor” como el “Stamen Toner” nos permiten acceder a una representación de la cartografía mundial con estilos ciertamente llamativos. 84 more words

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