Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a technique for computer learning of natural human language. Technically, natural language is any normal language that has evolved, to be used in a natural way of speaking. So NLP is all about understanding and processing human words.
This article shows one particular aspect of NLP: the ability to mine information and categorize it, based on prior examples. FME2019 will include two new transformers
We’ve moved! After 20 years of great memories at our previous location, we decided to move to a bigger, better, and brighter space to accommodate our growth. After a month of auctioning off items for a good cause and a flurry of packing, we moved into the new Safe Software HQ on December 10, 2018. […]
By creating a web map or 3D scene using a web visualization library, you can share your geospatial data with anyone using a URL. Here are a few available tools and a step-by-step guide to creating a visualization. See live demos in Wednesday’s webinar. The data visualization libraries we’re about to explore have the power […]
After the success of last year’s “FME Challenge: 12 Days of FME Hackathon”, I am pleased to announce that we’re doing it again this year! If you missed it last year, the idea is that we give you 12 days (starting right now!) to work on and submit a project to the FME Knowledge Centre. All you […]
If you’re a long-term fan of FME or follow Safe Software on social media, there are probably three things you already know: We really like eating our own dog food. We like donating to charity/giving back to the local community. We’re moving to a brand new office in December 2018. As anyone who’s moved house […]
Philanthropy is a core part of our culture here at Safe Software. Since opening up shop 25 years ago, Don and Dale have strived to do right by their community. Whether it is supporting Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada’s Light the Night Walk or matching donations for various initiatives near and dear to Safers’ […]
Of all the IoT (Internet of Things) devices available, a good many of them are designed for measuring fitness and tracking activity. Even if you don’t wear an activity tracker, look around your colleagues and you’ll very likely see someone wearing such a device.
Combine that with FME’s capabilities – to read IoT data, process it, and push it to an output format or notification – and what do we have? This article on FME and fitness trackers.
It is a very exciting time for Safe Software and the entire FME Community. We are having crazy fun building the FME 2019 functionality that will increase the reach of FME across all markets. We look forward to sharing that with all of you in 2019 as part of our annual in-person get together, the […]
After spending all of history mapping the outside world, focus is turning indoors. It’s about time. According to an NPA study, we typically spend 90% of our life inside—and given the size of some airports and malls, I’m sure we’ve all ended up in Narnia while walking circles at some point. But indoor mapping is about […]
Posting a file of updates to a database is a common requirement. FME can be used to do this very easily, and this article shows how, with several practical examples. Unlike many of my blog posts – which often read like a courtroom novel – there is no theory or cross-examination; just the basic facts to get you started on database updates with FME.