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***Due to a change in the editorial calendar, the coverage scheduled for the March 8th and March 22nd issues will swap places. The March 8th issue will now carry the feature story on geospatial technology. The March 22nd issue will carry coverage of FCW’s annual Federal 100 Special Awards recognition program.

March 8 Geospatial

The next evolution in geospatial technology will involve the collection and synthesis of real-time, location-based data derived from from far flung networks of remote sensors. This story will highlight the benefits of the technology in several applications, such as emergency management, land use management and climate and ocean science. The story will identify and explain the key enabling technologies for these applications and the challenges involved in deploying them.

Writer: John Moore, jmwriter AT twcny DOT rr DOT com

 

March 22 Special Awards Issue: Federal 100

 

 

Posted on Feb 01, 2010 at 12:20 PM


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