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Team Spotlight – Stewart Fullerton


Next up for our Team Spotlight is another of our software engineers –  Stewart Fullerton. Who are you? I am Stewart Fullerton What is your role at Linknode and how long have you been working here? I’ve been working as a Mobile Development Engineer at Linknode for nearly 4 years. I specialise in building Android

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Conferences and Exhibitions, GIality, HistoryLens, VentusAR

I Would Go 5000 Miles


Conference Roundup With the end of the Autumn conference and exhibition season approaching Linknode staff have travelled a cumulative total of 5000 miles across the UK recently. From Liverpool to Cardiff and Birmingham to York, here are some of the highlights: RenewableUK (Birmingham) The RenewableUK exhibition and show at the NEC is one of the

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HistoryLens, VentusAR

Ian’s First Linknode Blog…


New Beginnings When I stepped down from SSE earlier in the summer one thing I was interested in was getting involved in some small companies and my involvement in Linknode represents the first move in this direction. It is also, for those people who know me, an apparently strange first move. After all I am

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Business Development, GIality, HistoryLens, VentusAR

Ian Marchant Joins Linknode as NXD


Announcement of Non-Executive Director Linknode are delighted to welcome Ian Marchant, one of the UK energy sector’s leading figures, to the company. Ian, who joins us as a Non-Executive director, was Chief Executive of SSE, one of the UK’s leading utility companies and Scotland’s largest industrial organisation for over ten years. He stepped down from

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Conferences and Exhibitions, GIality, HistoryLens

TopoFly and Structure from Motion


Research in Visualisation Last night I had the pleasure of attending a talk by Kieran Baxter on the use of aerial photography for digital production, survey, contextual interpretation and visual storytelling at the Centre for Stewardship in Falkland. This topic has a lot of potential touch points with Linknode’s HistoryLens project for reconstructive augmented reality and

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Conferences and Exhibitions, GIality, HistoryLens

Announcing HistoryLens


HistoryLens: Call for Partners Today at the Museums and Heritage Show at Olympia in London Linknode announced a call for partners to be part of the HistoryLens development programme. HistoryLens is GIality for local museums and heritage trusts – taking collections digitally back into the field with geospatial augmented reality.  Using our 3D visualisation capabilities

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