Monthly Archives: March 2016

Smart cities: what about the reuse?

At this point in our live we still get indignant about seeing tenders and public grants and most of them related to Smart Cities in the last years where basically citizens money is spent in software licenses acquisition. Licenses with … Continue reading

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Smart Cities: Can only the big cities be intelligent?

Some days ago we talked about that it’s not possible to apply the Smart City concept, the intelligent city concept, to that cities where their public managers apply policies and projects that make their technological infrastructures, their information systems, are … Continue reading

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Running R source code from gvSIG 2.3 through Renjin

One of the new features included in gvSIG 2.3, that was commented at the 11th International gvSIG Conference (there’s also a question from an attendee at the end of the video), is the possibility to run R source code from … Continue reading

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Smart cities: decisiones técnicas, decisiones políticas

Quiero cerrar la serie de post sobre Smart Cities y de la relación indisoluble entre Smart Cities y software libre con una cuestión que pocas veces se trata y que muchas se ignora. En esto del software, ¿qué debería ser … Continue reading

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Script para convertir DXF a GML parcela catastral con gvSIG 2.3 ( Gracias a @SIGdeletras )

Hace unos días nuestro compañero Patricio Soriano del blog de sigdeletras  realizó un pequeño script de Python que nos ayuda en la conversión de un fichero DXF a uno GML, siguiendo las indicaciones del catastro actual. Podéis encontrar información sobre … Continue reading

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Ejecutando código de R desde gvSIG 2.3 mediante Renjin

Una de las novedades introducidas en gvSIG 2.3 y que ya comentamos en las 11as Jornadas Internacionales gvSIG (también hay una pregunta del público al final del vídeo), es la oportunidad de ejecutar código de R desde el Módulo de … Continue reading

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OpenStreetMap cartography with reprojected layers in gvSIG 2.x

Some time ago, a tool to access to OpenStreetMap cartography was included at the gvSIG 2.0 version. But there was a problem when a layer available in other reference system was added at the same View, that wasn’t reprojected correctly. … Continue reading

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Smart Cities: no open source software means no intelligence

Smart City, the intelligent city, has been one of the most fashion concepts in recent years dealing mainly with the use of ICT, information and communication technology, to improve citizens living standards. Technology is not assumed as result itself but as … Continue reading

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Smart cities: ¿y qué hay de la reutilización?

A estas alturas de mi vida profesional todavía me sigo indignando cuando veo licitaciones y subvenciones públicas -y estos últimos años muchas de ellas relacionadas con Smart Cities- en las que básicamente se gasta el dinero de los ciudadanos en … Continue reading

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Cartografía de OpenStreetMap con capas reproyectadas en gvSIG 2.x

En la versión 2.0 de gvSIG se incluyó el acceso a la cartografía de OpenStreetMap. El problema era que al superponer cartografía disponible en otros sistemas de referencia no se reproyectaban correctamente. A partir de la versión 2.3 de gvSIG … Continue reading

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