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About FME    |   July 23, 2014   |   By Tiana Warner

Automatically Sync Data with Google Maps Engine

Sean Wohltman of Google has published a series of video tutorials on how to automatically synchronize any data with Google Maps Engine. He uses a simple FME Workspace to check for updates on the data, and automates the workflow with an FME Server instance running on Google Compute Engine. At the time of writing, there are three videos, […]

Author:
Tiana Warner
FME
About FME    |   June 19, 2014   |   By Stewart Harper

Real-time Editing of a Spatial Database

Two years ago I wrote a blog post on bringing real-time data to the web. In the post I used three technologies—Node.js (with some server-side code), pusher.com, and FME Server—to enable users to make edits to polygons on one map, which updated a spatial database and pushed the changes out to all other users in real […]

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Stewart Harper
FME
About FME    |   May 20, 2014   |   By Stewart Harper

Automate phone calls and SMS with Twilio and FME Server

Building automated phone systems is easier than ever with services such as Twilio. Twilio has built a communications platform transforming actions such as sending and receiving calls/SMS messages, which traditionally needed investment in significant hardware, into simple API calls. One use-case for Twilio is making automated calls to groups of people based on a set […]

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Stewart Harper
FME
About FME    |   April 14, 2014   |   By Tiana Warner

Import Your Data to Google Maps Engine – Atlas Unbound!

Google Maps Gallery is an online atlas meant to unlock geospatial information from organizations across the globe. Alongside the ArcGIS Open Data initiative, it’s an exciting time for atlases. The City of Edmonton is a Google Maps Gallery early adopter, and my favorite map of theirs has to be this map of tree species. 311,000 […]

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Tiana Warner
FME
About FME    |   April 10, 2014   |   By Stewart Harper

FME Cloud is not vulnerable to CVE-2014-0160, AKA Heartbleed

The engineering team at FME Cloud has been working to assess the impact for our customers in the wake of April 7th’s disclosure of CVE-2014-0160, known as Heartbleed. We joined nearly every service provider on the Internet responding to this critical vulnerability in OpenSSL’s handling of heartbeat packets and conducted a comprehensive security review in […]

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Stewart Harper
FME
About FME    |   April 7, 2014   |   By Mark Ireland

FME 2014 Special: Core Updates – Nulls, Reprojection, and Snapping

One of the reasons it’s so great to work at Safe is that we’re always looking to the next big thing and working hard to stay ahead of technology trends. FME Cloud is a great example.

The same forward thinking applies to what we do with the core engine of FME. If you think FME technology is cutting edge, the core team are already off over the horizon talking about Minkowski Sums and Determinant Multiplicativity.

For 2014 the FME core got major updates in three different areas: nulls, snapping, and reprojection.

Author:
Mark Ireland
FME
About FME    |   April 4, 2014   |   By Stewart Harper

FME Cloud Price Reduction

We are excited to announce, effective April 1st, we are reducing FME Cloud prices by up to 38%. Not only are we reducing the price, but we are also upgrading several of the instances to run on much more powerful hardware with SSD disks and more CPU cores. Price Drops As we have previously stated, […]

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Stewart Harper
FME
About FME    |   March 26, 2014   |   By Tiana Warner

FME 2014 SP1 Release: What We’ve Been Up To

Ten weeks have passed since we released FME 2014. A lot can happen in ten weeks. A whole day passed on Mercury. Somewhere, a dog had puppies. And enough happened with FME to warrant the release of a new service pack. This post covers new and updated functionality in FME Desktop 2014 SP1 and FME […]

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Tiana Warner
FME
About FME    |   March 25, 2014   |   By Stewart Harper

Using the Twitter Stream API to Visualize Tweets on Google Maps

This post will walk through how to stream geotagged tweets onto a Google Map using Node.js. The end result is a real-time heat map depicting where in the world people are tweeting from. Step 1 : Coding the Application The application can be downloaded in full from Github. It has two main parts: the server-side […]

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Stewart Harper
FME
About FME    |   February 21, 2014   |   By Stewart Harper

Bringing the Power of the Cloud to FME Desktop

Calling all FME Desktop users… Do you often run FME workspaces in FME Desktop and run out of compute power? Would you like to free up your desktop when you run large, long jobs? Do you wish you could be notified when your job completes? Do you have a need for FME Server but can’t […]

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Stewart Harper
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