Open standards encourage location information innovation

08/31/2011 | LBx Journal

Implementing open standards for location information is the best way to simplify the exchange of such data, Steven Ramage writes. The Web is the best example of how open standards have fostered growth and how such standards can expand the sharing of location data while encouraging innovation and competition, he writes. Monopolies are more likely to constrain the flow of location data in the absence of open standards, Ramage notes.

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