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Map My Pic

Team: Parker Coleman | Keith Alphonso | Yancy Matherne Support: Vance Lowe | Marc Cenac Concept: During the course of the investigation of the Boston Marathon Bombings, authorities had the benefit of unprecedented levels of surveillance, which was augmented by crowd sourced

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Geoserver 3-D Model Scene Exporter

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As the capabilities of modern GIS systems increase so too does the demand for these GIS system to provide rich and flexible methods to interact with the data. A vital application of modern GIS data is its use within 3D

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Rotary Wing Performance Surface

Helicopters don’t fly; they beat the air into submission.  You might be surprised how close the helicopter vs. gravity fight can be with our active military assets.  The winner can be predicted with complex equations that use aircraft performance functions,

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AFCEA San Diego C4ISR Symposium Mashup Challange

Background Geocent was invited to participate in the PlugFest event at the AFCEA San Diego C4ISR Symposium in San Diego Calafornia. Each contestant was given a unique, realistic problem written by experienced members of the military. Geocent received the following

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Geoserver NetCDF Reader

There is a desire in the METOC community to query data contained NetCDF and GRIB/GRIB2 files using OGC standard requests for use in Open Layers, World Wind, Google Earth and other GIS systems. We have set out to create a

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OpenCOP

Don’t you just hate it when you show up to a disaster and everybody has their own map and nobody is sharing? It’s a real problem. Emergency responders use a special kind of map called a COP, a Common Operating

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