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Positio ICC 2015 Special Issue

Positio ICC 2015 Special Issue

One Map Finland
Arvo Kokkonen

Hitting the limits of high-performance computing platforms
Geocomputation has seen as a new paradigm for approaching spatial analysis. Juha Oksanen, Ville Mäkinen, Tapani Sarjakoski, Jan Westerholm

Highlighting the most important
The rapid growth of data volumes asks for thoroughly designed and tested animation techniques. Salla Multimäki, Jari Korpi

Oskari brings maps to your website without programming
One of the success factors of Oskari is the flexible open source licensing policy. Jani Kylmäaho

Open Statistics meets Oskari
Tools for using open spatial statistical data is being developed. Rina Tammisto

Spatial web services growing in Europe
Accurate information on service quality helps data providers react faster if the service is not running properly. Sampo Savolainen

From national land cover mapping to European wide information
Copernicus land monitoring is now operative. Pekka Härmä, Markus Törmä

Modelling the impacts of open topographic data
New users have found topographic data after it was made open and free of charge in Finland. Paula Ahonen-Rainio

New National Topographic Database on the horizon
The new national database will support also 3D and 4D. Antti Jakobsson

Taking Digiroad to the next level
How to gather all the street and road information to the same database? Merja Karsikas

Unique identifiers for spatial data
To ensure interoperability, the identifiers must be unique, persistent, traceable and feasible. Kirsi Mäkinen

A blue cap has been found
The Voluntary Rescue Service has a new tracking tool for rescue operations, on voluntary basis. Katri Isotalo