When working with dynamic maps they often contain an interactivity layer on top of the data, which allows you to click on different geospatial features to get more details about them like: how many products are sold in a particular store, how many people live at a specific location, and...Read more
CARTO continues fostering the development of smart cities with open data at the local level and global level. We are very excited to share with you another smart cities initiative from the City of San Diego - an interactive data visualization charting road repairs across the city.Read more
On the heels of Climate Week NYC 2016, we at CARTO would like to share with you a recent project from the Mayor’s Office of Recovery and Resiliency (ORR) in support of their efforts to confront the anticipated impact of climate change on New York City over the next 100...Read more
CARTO is proud to announce its involvement with the Partnership for Resilience and Preparedness (PREP), an international coalition empowering global resilency planning through the production of accessible platforms that can convey climate data as meaningful information to non-specialists.Read more
Eight years after the housing market crisis, and the enusing Great Recession of 2008, the real estate market is only now showing signs of recovery. In July 2016, for example, 654,000 single-family homes were sold, according to the latest census report from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban...Read more
What innovations will 2017 have in store for Open Data? Join policymakers, data journalists, activists, NGOs, and both public and private sector stakeholders pioneering the future of Open Data in Madrid at the 2016 International Open Data Conference (6-7 October 2016).Read more
Austere budget cuts have led to a reduction in original investigative journalism. CARTO’s holistic approach to location intelligence, however, enabled Le Télégramme to surmount budgetary limitations without compromising journalistic integrity, all the while spearheading a new genre of journalism.Read more
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