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Google Street View cars about to hit NZ roads again
If you’ve ever used Google Streetview and been frustrated that the imagery is so outdated by years, Google brings good news.
MAPS.ME and OpenStreetMap team up to help disaster recovery and response
"A core component of HOT’s mission is to enable more people in more places to contribute to mapping the world in which they live..."
Kiwi schools to get free access to geographic data analysis software
New Zealand primary and secondary schools now have free access to Esri’s ArcGIS Online software for data analysis through maps.
TechnologyOne bolsters offerings following acquisition
TechnologyOne plans to use this acquisition to further reinforce its strategic focus on providing relevant enterprise solutions for key customers.
Uber eyes up Nokia's mapping service, forks out $3bn
Uber is gunning for Nokia’s mapping service, Here, and is willing to pay up to $3 billion for it.
Mapillary maps out NZ plans – look out Google Maps
Kiwis are being asked to get their smartphones and cameras out and join an ambitious project to crowd map the world.
Auckland Council ventures into realm of 3D
Auckland’s Chief Planner will unveil a 3D Digital Commons Plan for the city at a national planning conference in April.
Android App Review: New Zealand Topo Maps
The beauty of the digital age is the huge amounts of information that can be stored in tiny devices.
Apple quietly maps out future with hush-hush acquisition
"With fondest emotions, I’m announcing that we are closing down Spotsetter app."
New Garmin device to sell with 'lifetime' map updates
Deal with map provider Navteq allows vendor to offer free updates as they become available.