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When Hurricane Matthew slammed into Florida's East Coast Oct. 6, about 1.2 million Florida Power & Light Co. customers statewide lost power. Within 48 hours, most had it back. That stands in stark contrast to 12 years ago,...


Many urban residents these days will find it hard to imagine a life without mobile apps that help us locate a restaurant, hail a cab, or find a subway station — usually in a matter of seconds. If geospatial technology and data...

source: The World Bank

An urban environment expert at The Australian National University is among leading scientists calling for a greater say on a new international plan for cities of the future, ahead of a major United Nations conference currently being held. Professor Xuemei Bai from ANU is...

source: Spatial Source

A digital mapping company has partnered with a crowdsourcing traffic app maker to help city governments and drivers communicate more efficiently about traffic conditions, including construction delays and accidents. Esri, a provider of digital mapping software to governments,...

source: Computer World

The Obama Administration is kicking off the White House Frontiers Conference in Pittsburgh, and as part of that it's announcing a number of new initiatives in civic technology. These investments and programs include...

source: Tech Crunch

Raytheon has reached another milestone in its development of the U.S. Air Force's Global Positioning System Next Generation Operational Control System, known as GPS OCX. This new system offers significant improvements to the GPS on which the U.S. military and millions of...

source: GPS World


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