Author: Abi


Merry Christmas from the Linknode Team

  Well 2014 has been another fantastic and busy year for the team at Linknode. We’d like to thank our customers, suppliers and friends for all your support, and look forward to working with you in the New Year. Merry Christmas one and all. (from left to right) Minh, Stewart, Rufus, Abi, George, Crispin and Santa Calum

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Android, Business Development, Cumulative, Digital, GIality, iOS, Planning, Release Notes, VentusAR

VentusAR 2.1 Released – Assessing Cumulative Impact

We are pleased to announce the release of VentusAR v2.1 for Android, iPad (and associated portal updates). This is a significant upgrade, allowing cumulative data to be purchased and used from our National Cumulative Dataset.  This dataset contains information sourced from local authorities about the status of wind turbine planning applications. We recommend updating the

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Android, Conferences and Exhibitions, Digital, GIality, Planning, Policy, VentusAR

Introducing a New On-Demand Service for Cumulative Visual Impact Data

The UK’s first on-line service to search and report on the cumulative visual impact of onshore wind turbines has been developed by Linknode. Launched at RenewableUK 2014 in Manchester on 11 November, this new data service can cut the time taken for assessments from ‘weeks to minutes’, slashing costs for wind farm developers, local communities

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Business Development, Digital, VentusAR

Afternoon tea with your visualisation?

This week we held our first Customer Focus group. We invited a handful of our early customers into our office to talk about all things VentusAR. This provided us with a chance to really engage with our customers. The afternoon started out with an open invite to the ‘Meet the Engineer’ session. George and his

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Business Development, Conferences and Exhibitions, GIality, Planning, Uncategorized, VentusAR

Digital Innovations in Planning

Having recently moved into the our swanky new offices in the Inovo Building on George Street, we decided to welcome guests to our new home by hosting an afternoon seminar ‘Digital Innovations in Planning’ and evening  reception. Guest Speakers Perspectives The afternoon event on was a forum style structure and format designed to engage planners and professionals

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