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Downloading OpenStreetMap data via Trimble

Instructions for downloading OpenStreetMap data via Trible OpenStreetMap (OSM) is a free, open-source, dataset with global coverage that can be used to produce street-level maps. Through the standard options on the OSM site it is somewhat complicated to obtain data … Continue reading

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Red Geographics joins forces with One Stop Map

January 19th Zevenbergen, The Netherlands and Tongeren, Belgium One Stop Map and Red Geographics have agreed to join forces in order to grow the collection of maps that is available for sale. This will take the form of Red Geographics … Continue reading

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How I built a Twitter bot using FME Cloud

How I built a Twitter-bot with FME Challenge: build a system that tweets a random satellite photo every day. Solution: FME! The idea came to me during a bike ride: wouldn’t it be cool to leverage the power of FME … Continue reading

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Typographic map of Paris

The next typographic map is done! This time it’s showing Île de la Cité and Île Saint-Louis in the heart of Paris. All topography has been removed from the map and it’s shown purely as text labels for streets, water, … Continue reading

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Typographic Map presentation at NACIS 2016

In October 2016 I did a presentation at the NACIS cartography conference in Colorado Springs, the subject was my recent typographic map of Amsterdam that I’ve produced and published myself. For this particular presentation I decided to do things a … Continue reading

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