All Business is Local! This issue focuses on sales tools for retail leasing agents, location-based marketing skills, accelerating satellite imagery delivery with GPU technology, and location-based innovations.

Where 2012: Data, Sensing, and Applications

The CES of Location By Natasha Léger The Where Conference (formerly Where 2.0) has certainly evolved since its inception eight years ago. While still very much a developer conference with a focus on the innovations in location aware applications,…

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Satellite Imagery Trivia

Location SmartBrief Poll Results Location SmartBrief readers are primarily non-technical business professionals interested in leveraging location information for a number of different business objectives from marketing, to product and service…

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Marketing is Place-based Skill

Location is everywhere, but the authors remind us of the importance that ìplaceî plays in connecting people with products and services. To the authors, "place" has multiple meanings, because it is associated with the mental maps that people create…

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Processing Pixels: Revving up GPUs

DigitalGlobe and NVIDIA on the Quiet Revolution By LBX Staff Summary: This interview discusses the operational and customer experience enhancements to satellite imagery products resulting from investments in GPU computing architecture. BACKGROUND…

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Retail Leasing Agents

Access to Location Information Anywhere David Beitz, EDENS, GIS Director BACKGROUND There’s nothing worse than unleased space in a shopping center, for the developer, tenants, and the community. Empty space translates into economic despair. EDENS is…

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The Fate of U.S. Commercial Satellite Imagery

Satellite imagery was something that the general public did not have access to before 2005. People caught glimpses of the stories satellite imagery could tell only from documentaries produced from the likes of Nova and National Geographic. Google…

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