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Author:
Mark Ireland

Contents: 1) Historical Markers 2) Complex Annotation Geometries 3) ArcGIS Image Server 4) Persistent SDE Connections 5) Text Size and Point Size 6) Quick Notes Introduction Hi FME’ers In honour of the 2008 ESRI International User Conference, this post is a special on recent ESRI related updates in FME. I think a key point of […]

FME
Author:
Mark Ireland
About FME    |    July 31, 2008    |    By Mark Ireland

FME Evangelism #16: Raster Special Edition

Contents: 1) Raster To Vector Coercing 2) FFS Support for Raster Data 3) Visualizing Rasters 4) Persistent Cache and Raster 5) Transporting and CheckPointing Rasters 6) New Raster Formats 7) Raster Cell Origins 8) Raster Performance 9) Even more raster stuff… Introduction Hi FME’ers This edition of the FME Evangelist is a special raster edition. […]

FME
Author:
Mark Ireland

Contents 1) Workspace Example: CSV Writing 2) Transformer Updates: The Sampler, The Visualizer, His ListSearcher, Her SurfaceModeller 3) Safe Science Lab: Multi-Threading 4) KML Format: Where’s Google? Introduction Hi FME’ers. If there’s a common theme to this issue, it’s how little changes – or little bits of knowledge – can have a disproportionately large impact […]

DATA
Author:
Don Murray
About Data    |    July 21, 2008    |    By Don Murray

Safe Software and WeoGeo to Bring Spatial ETL to the Cloud

We recently announced our partnership with WeoGeo to bring FME technology to the cloud. We’re excited as this is the first venture to bring spatial ETL to the cloud’s infrastructure, and it promises to make spatial data even more accessible for end users. Initially, WeoGeo will introduce FME Server’s spatial ETL capabilities to the www.WeoGeo.comdata […]

FME
Author:
Mark Ireland
About FME    |    July 17, 2008    |    By Mark Ireland

FME Evangelism Issue#14

Introduction Hi folks. Starting now I’m going to try and reduce the number of items per post, but publish more often. I’ll still try and mix up topics so there is something for everyone in each post. Let me know how well this works out for you all. This issue has the best FME Server […]

DATA
Author:
Dale Lutz
About Data    |    July 17, 2008    |    By Dale Lutz

Another FME-Supported Format Hits 1.0: Introducing GeoJSON 1.0

On June 16, 2008, GeoJSON version 1.0 was announced, a large success for a small group of dedicated volunteers. This news is important to people around the world who share spatial data over the web because of the new format’s ability to exchange information much faster than we’ve seen before. GeoJSON has added a way […]

FME
Author:
Mark Ireland
About FME    |    June 25, 2008    |    By Mark Ireland

FME Evangelism Issue#13

Introduction Hi folks. This is my first true posting to the FME Evangelist blog. In fact I’m on vacation at the moment, but can set a date for this to be published automatically. Ain’t technology great?! Anyway, this issue has a nice mix of FME2009 updates, example workspaces, important notices, and an FME Server demo. […]

DATA
Author:
Don Murray
About Data    |    June 19, 2008    |    By Don Murray

Insights from Europe: Metadata (Part 2)

I recently blogged about my latest trip to Europe where I demonstrated FME Server to some of our European partners and customers – many of whom are involved in the INSPIRE initiative. During my visit I received some great feedback about FME Server and valuable suggestions which we can apply to our ongoing development back […]

FME
Author:
Mark Ireland
About FME    |    June 17, 2008    |    By Mark Ireland

Welcome to The FME Evangelist

Hello FME’ers, and welcome to the FME Evangelist. This site is the new home of what used to be called the FME Evangelism Weekly. It’s a means for Safe Software to circulate technical bulletins to all our users. Focus As the FME Evangelist my focus is on highlighting: Noteworthy uses of the current FME release: […]

DATA
Author:
Don Murray
About Data    |    June 5, 2008    |    By Don Murray

Insights from Europe: INSPIRE, SDIs and FME Server (Part 1)

I most recently travelled to Austria and the Netherlands and met up with over 160 different FME Users and partners! I always enjoy traveling to Europe as we have many great partners and users that freely share with us the activities in Europe and the directions that they would like us to take our technology. […]