I came across this post on Twitter just in the nick of time. It describes a challenge for November to create a map each day following some set themes. It was hard to resist. So
How can we use maps to encourage others to exercise and lead a healthier lifestyle? The Match the Miles map attempts to answer this very question.
Crowdsourcing is now common practise and a great way to discover new data and insights about locations. It's not as hard as you think to set up, read on and we will tell you how.
Charity Penny Brohn have teamed up with digital mapping company, Nautoguide to develop an interactive journey around the gardens of their National Centre in Bristol.
Who lives in the most Christmassy county? A few quick flicks of our SQL wand and a bit of mapping is all you need to find out.
Geospatial alerting is currently very fragmented and focused upon specific vertical applications. We've worked with Windsor and Maidenhead Borough Council to make it more generic and appealing
Dark Side Port Side is the genesis of a new digital poetry trail celebrating the darker history of Portsea. Nautoguide worked with Big Adventures to create a unique mapping portal to deliver it.
How do you achieve a compressed delivery in an imperfect world? We do this all the time within Nautoguide using something we call the "adventure protocol". It's based on five key principles we apply to such projects. But first we must find some special people.
Redistricting is a complex process that involves many dispart variable. Learn how we worked with Reigate and Banstead Borough Council to create a service that makes the process simple
As a young lad I lived in Padstow and went to school a stone's throw from the sea. I'm sure that you can imagine that these were fun filled formative days with evenings spent exploring
Conversations are brilliant. Sometimes pointless, sometimes heated, sometimes downright surreal but so many of them have lead to fantastic outcomes. Add conversations to your plans and they will often be improved. Bright ideas evolve or snags are uncovered.
Temporal maps change over time. Vector tiles provide an enabling technology to make them happen. Nautoguide tell you how they did it.
Andy Williams is our main man and I share a common love of cycling with him. As a result I follow @andy_tyfelin on twitter to see what he is up to. Last week he tweeted me off the sofa with this challenge
I walk to work every day and pass lines of traffic with bored drivers staring vacantly into the distance. Many of these commuters have invested in personalised number plates for their cars to help enhance
Every month at Nautoguide we put aside a day to carry out some research and development, challenging ourselves to push our product set forward as a result. Last month we signed up to become a partner of Cadcorp with a view to integrating our web based offerings with their SIS/GeognoSIS product set