Best Practice is very important in FME. This article shows how to analyze a workspace using a new, email-based web service, and explains how this system is typical of a new trend for using FME to organize large-scale FME projects.
An early adopter of A360, Bonava worked with Safe Software partner SWECO to use FME to migrate construction files from various legacy systems in eight countries and multiple languages into this emerging cloud data sharing platform. Nothing is more important in data management than ensuring people have access to the data they need. Leading Northern […]
On May 6th we had a glimpse into the future and it looks amazing! Safe Software co-founders Dale Lutz and Don Murray with participants from the SFU Technovation Challenge If you’re worried about reports of a looming skills shortage in the tech sector, and that females remain underrepresented in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) […]
Grant PUD (Public Utilities District) is a community-owned and governed organization that offers both electric and wholesale broadband services to 40,000 customers in Grant County, WA. It operates 2 dams: the Wanapum Dam and Priest Rapids Dam, producing over 2,000 megawatts of electricity. As a not-for-profit organization striving to keep costs down for the residents […]
Turns out you guys can do a lot with FME in 3 hours — especially when fuelled by pizza and beer. My partner in crime @mapgirll tweeted all the Hackathon projects earlier and will post a recap here on the blog soon, so stay tuned for that. Hackathon time in #FMEUC pic.twitter.com/7EsRd2erC5 — xuheng (@xuhengxx) May […]
Okay. That evening social though. If you need one reason to come to the next FME UC, let that be it. This is not the DDR you're looking for pic.twitter.com/KDDwzfJxSY — FME UC 2017 (@fmeuc) May 25, 2017 Running whack-a-mole – winner gets the data #fmeuc social pic.twitter.com/gE5UxrZYem — FME UC 2017 (@fmeuc) May 25, […]
We’re thrilled to welcome hundreds of FMEers from around the world to Vancouver for the next three days. And what a perfect week it is to be here. After a long and snowy winter, we’re graced with this beautiful weather just in time for everyone to visit! Hopefully you get a chance to explore the city before […]
Today we welcome a guest post by William Tober, one of the GIS and CAD experts at MNC. MNC needed to make an automated validation process for incoming files to ensure they comply with a range of business rules. Using FME, they developed online digital data submission solutions for 3 Canadian provinces. Here’s a look at the top transformers they […]
littleBits is a kit of electronic building blocks — like lights, speakers, sensors, and buttons — that you can snap together to build custom prototypes. It’s designed to get kids interested in technology — but we think it’s pretty fun for all ages! In this episode, we’re joined by Don Murray, (President and co-founder of Safe) and Jen (FME Server tech […]
The upcoming FME User Conference seems to me like hundreds of little projects all coming together to form one amazing event. While we put the finishing touches to it, I’m writing up a part of the FME Server Authoring training course on – ironically – Projects! Since Projects are new for 2017, I thought I’d both learn about it myself and write this post at the same time.