If you’re aware of how much technology integration is going on on the web 2.0 sphere, you’ve probably heard the term ‘mash up’ more often than not. If you’re a google maps lover you might find GeoCommons a powerful tool for fun and for business alike. It’s a mash up between Google Maps and Heat Mapping technology (shapes and heatmaps) that maybe marketing folks might be interested in to track where they have more of an audience or it could be used visualize demographic data for school projects. The possibilities are endless and who knows what we’ll see coming out of this intelligent mapping toolkit!
GeoCommons - Google Maps mash up with Heat Map Technology

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Omar Uddin

Entrepreneur. CEO of UVision

My name is Omar Uddin and I'm Founder & CEO of UVision.

I'm an engineer, inventor, advisor and a serial entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience spanning public & private sectors building smart, scalable & secure technology solutions including web, mobile, cloud, IoT & AI based solutions.

I help startups and enterprise companies with scalability, security and quality issues within their platforms and build intelligent, next generation technology products. I advise high tech startups, businesses, enterprises, government contractors as well as corporations such as Microsoft & Google.

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Data Visualization - Oh So Pretty! at OmarUddin.com - Omar’s Blog about music, djing, business, technology, science and more · September 10, 2007 at 2:33 pm

[…] In the recent past I’ve posted about Google Maps mashups with heat map technology but there are many powerful tools out there (some web based, others not) that intrinsically yield powerful trends that may not even have been discoverable with simple charts, graphs and basic visualization tools of the past era. […]

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