McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd (MCSL), a premier provider of digital mapping, proudly announces the launch of RealtyByAir.com, a website for real estate agents in Vancouver, the Fraser Valley and Victoria to list their residential properties for sale using detailed colour airphotos as an informative backdrop.
Archives for March 2005
Redlands, California-Introduction to ArcGIS Network Analyst, a free, live training seminar from ESRI Virtual Campus, is designed for geographic information system (GIS) users who use GIS technology to solve routing problems.
A new program at the University of Pennsylvania provides an important opportunity for future leaders who wish to apply spatial technology solutions to business and public sector decision-making. The MUSA program offers technical training in relevant methods and tools as well as academic and field knowledge in urban content areas.
Surdex Corporation offers photogrammetric and LIDAR mapping as well as GIS services to a broad range of commercial, county/municipal, federal and department of defense/defense mapping clientele.
Site features strong focus on product applications and providing solutions
Revolutionary New Release Offers Unsurpassed Capabilities and Raises Bar For Enterprise Wide High-Performance Stormwater Modeling
Surveyors take part in a National Park Service project on Ellis Island that will help to preserve the rich immigration history of Ellis Island.
ASD Data Services and RealBird Inc., announce their agreement to add the Advanced School Directories database to RealBird’s online maps for real estate and also to add RealBird Maps to all 105,000+ ASD online school records.
Toronto, ON – ESRI Canada is pleased to announce its Student Scholarship Award Program, which is supporting 31 students across Canada with scholarships.
The NOAA National Weather Service and Alaska’s Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, in cooperation with local emergency management offices and the Alaska Broadcasters Association, will conduct the first-ever statewide test of the tsunami warning communications system on March 30 at 9:45 a.m. Alaska Standard Time.