The dominant maker of geographic information system software is making it easier for governments to share their own detailed mapping information.
Unfurlough.US was built in just 5 hours, and went live Thursday to help workers caught in the political crossfire of the government shutdown find some freelance gigs.
"We are providing worldwide geospatial infrastructure to empower people," says company CEO Kevin Montgomery.
The handheld Monterra's rugged and waterproof exterior protects an app-friendly, Android-powered interior.
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Mapping company gets access to Google users' annotations in exchange for providing data to Google Maps, Google Earth, and other divisions.
The new software is geared toward businesses and government agencies that are looking for easier and less resource-intensive ways to manage mapping functions.
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The Defense Department wants a few good inventors to devise a prototype system that can power a standard soldier's equipment for 96 hours.
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