HERNDON, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) is pleased to announce its USGIF Scholarship Program is accepting submissions for the 2008 application period. Applications can be found on USGIF’s website at www.usgif.org.
Archives for January 2008
A reminder from the Service at Sea crew that the drawing for the Puerto Vallarta Villa will be one week from tonight! They are encouraging office pools like the one Breece Robertson has organized with the GIS team at The Trust for Public Lands – they are challenging other groups to beat their $300 donation! […]
GeoConnections is working with the environmental assessment community to support their development of a national information system for regional environmental assessment.
This just in from the Zillow blog regarding free, SHP files downloads now available… The boundary lines for over 7,000 neighborhoods around the United States covering roughly 150 cities.
Topocad from Chaos System comes to us from Sweden. In this day and age more and more municipalities are requesting some form of surveying and engineering work that can be incorporated into their local GIS, so having a program that fits seamlessly into ArcGIS is pretty handy. Topocad is an independent survey and design program […]
Skyhook Wireless Technology Used in Revolutionary iPhone and iPod touch
A few mobile technology tidbits of interest…
The Nokia Sensors Research Project
Heads up on another O’reilly media event of interest to those looking to location-enable a social networking app or two…
A tip from this company tells me about their plans to create the world’s first massively multiplayer LBG (location-based gaming) event. The event is scheduled to take place in Marseille, France this fall.