geographic search

geographic search

[¦jē·ə¦graf·ik ′sərch]
(navigation)
An orderly arrangement of course lines in an area in which the area is defined in relation to one or more geographical points on the earth.
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Statistics show that the majority of our online searches include a geographic search term, for example "hairdresser Huddersfield", "builder Honley" etc.
com)-- Geosemble Technologies, developer of geographic search and discovery software, today announced a second technology advancement agreement with In-Q-Tel (IQT), the independent strategic investment firm that identifies innovative technology solutions to support the mission of the U.
Nonetheless, investors will widen their geographic search, and we will see increased trading in the Nordic markets, Central and Eastern Europe and Moscow," he noted.
The MetaCarta Geographic Search and Referencing Platform (GSRP) is a self-contained appliance with information about more than 200 million locations, and connectors for map servers and content repositories.
The new system also allows for keyword and geographic search within any classified category, a new "share this" function, the ability to upload videos along with customer ads, and the ability to set alerts and maintain a clip list.
com is adding MetaCarta services to its Web site to provide geographic search.
Some goals are to make network connectivity easier, create better information-reporting capabilities so that both icons and text or other details can be included, display real-time GPS-based tracking of vehicles and personnel, and add more powerful geographic search capabilities, such as the capability of showing all the hospitals within a 50-mile radius.
According to YTDC, contractors can search for qualified candidates for a specific job anywhere in the country, as the website performs a nationwide geographic search based on specific criteria submitted by the contractor.
The geographic search allows collegians to search and access professional positions by region, city, or state.
Although there is a country-by-country section in the print version, paralleled in the database by using the geographic search field and limiting to a particular country, the i ntroduction to the book alerts users to the fact that entries included all deal with political life at the national or federal level; none deal with the state, provincial, or region-within-country level.
Caldor's specific requirement for a 42-foot clear ceiling (necessitated by a state-of-the-art computerized racking system) coupled with their need for an option on an additional 400,000 square feet could not be found in an existing building within the geographic search area.
com), the leader in the automatic geographic search, linking and overlay of textual content on geospatial imagery and maps, announced today that Stephen M.
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