Tim Sutton introduces QGIS 2.0 for one of the keynotes at FOSS4G 2013
Creating a workflow from data to report with a GUI-driven package produces something that is hard to repeat. If the data is updated, the pattern of clicks needs to be reproduced.
A catastrophe model is a tool/technique which estimates the potential loss of property and life following a major catastrophic event.
Driven by the rise of Web 2.0 and the non-stop spread of mobile device sensors, the concept of PGIS (Participatory GIS) is knowing a new, revolutionary era.