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Call for Organizers for ICC 2021 is open

The International Cartographic Association invites bids from national members to organize the 30th International Cartographic Conference in 2021 (ICC2021).

Any member nation may lodge a bid via their national member and until the deadline:
30 June 2016.

The Executive Committee will decide in October 2016 and make the decision available on the ICA website soon after.

For details, please check out our ICC 2021 page and the call in PDF format.

Category: General News

eCARTO News December 2015

eCARTO News capture the latest cartographic news and developments from around the world. If you have any general cartography items of interest then please email them to David Fraser, editor of eCARTO News.

Land Cover Mapping

  • Corrigendum: Mapping tree density at a global scale – nature.com
  • MapBiomas: New mapping platform will track annual deforestation in Brazil – mongabay.com
  • Queensland botanists near end of epic mapping project started in late 1990s – abc.net.au
  • Low-flying plane will be mapping Missouri conservation areas – news-leader.com
  • Mapping tools chart path towards sustainable urban food supply – cordis.europa.eu

Mapping for Transport

  • Making green commutes safer using mapping – directionsmag.com
  • Audi, BMW, Daimler close on Nokia’s mapping business – autoblog.com
  • Mapping Chicago’s Subway in the Style of Frank Lloyd Wright – citylab.com

Frontier mapping

Mapping Application

  • The USGS Mapping the National Parks and inspire works of art – gisuser.com
  • Bluesky Partners with FATMAP to Create Interactive 3D Ski Maps – amerisurv.com
  • Mapping 65 Years of Explosive Urban Growth – citylab.com
  • Mapping the State: Ireland as you’ve never seen it – irishtimes.com
  • Scientists Are Mapping the World’s Largest Volcano – nationalgeographic.com
  • Mapping 65 Years of Explosive Urban Growth – citylab.com
  • Battling Infectious Diseases in the 20th Century: The Impact of Vaccines – wsj.com

Mapping Technology

  • Forget Pizza Delivery, Drones Mapping High-Altitude Glaciers Now – ndtv.com
  • Here mapping team plans to use real-time driver data for autonomous cars – theverge.com
  • UAS mapping the top goal for Topcon and Agisoft – spatialsource.com.au
  • New Mapping Technology Helps Arctic Communities “Keep on Top” of Sea Ice Changes – smithsonianmag.com
  • Drones offer cheap mapping from the sky – bbc.com
  • Mapbox Fast building tracing with JOSM – mapbox.com

Cartographic Resources & Education & Opportunities

Indoor Mapping

  • German 3D Indoor Mapping And Navigation Startup NavVis Locates €7.5M Funding – techcrunch.com

Social Media and Crowd Sourced Mapping

Just Maps

Cartography to the Rescue

Politics and Cartography

Data and Mapping

  • The Motherlode Of Australian Mapping Data Is Being Released – gizmodo.com.au
  • Storing large volumes of imagery and rasters in the cloud – esri.com
  • Geocoded national address data to be made openly available – dpmc.gov.au

On a Lighter Note

 

October’s Map of the Month is a service for generating real-time heatmaps of sports workouts

Project Supra – Real-time heatmaps from sports workouts.

This month, we bring back our Map of the Month series by presenting the first map award winner from ICC 2015: Project Supra – Real-time heatmaps from sports workouts. It received the first jury prize in the category “digital products” at the International Cartographic Exhibition at ICC 2015 in Rio de Janeiro.

Zoom in and find more details here!

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