We’re pleased to host and share user created and user sourced videos from the GIS / Geo tech community. A number of awesome videos hit our site this year… the following are the Top 10 according to popularity with you, the readers – enjoy!
Here’s an awesome, educational video featuring NCGE President, Joseph Kerski discussing the importance and relevance of geography and field work – I love the scene of Joseph standing in the blizzard!
Sporting the largest screen of any Windows Mobile rugged device, the Mesa is waterproof, dustproof, temp resistant, meets military specs, and sports WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, camera, 3G modem and more. Enjoy this hands on video we shot at the 2011 Esri UC in San Diego.
While setting up at the ESRI UC, we caught up with Bruce Carlson, president of Carlson Software, and discussed a not yet released, concept GIS/Surveying "total station on a stick."
Ted Florence walks us through the latest offerings from the team’s solution that enables anyone who creates GeoPDF or intelligent PDF maps to view, author, distribute, and even sell their maps to anyone using an iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad.
Former interns talk about the work they did and how the experience will benefit them in the future.
details of Google Maps Mobile 5 for Android OS and two significant new features: 3D interaction and offline reliability
Carlson Software’s ruggedized Tablet PC. Choose from Carlson’s diverse application software products including Grade Supervisor and SurvPC.
The first and only self-contained data acquisition and processing center of its kind, MAP can be deployed and operate independently anywhere in North America
GeoDigital Mobile Acquisition Platform (MAP)
A fun and interesting video captured recently at the Esri sponsored DevMeetUp Colorado event (Nov 3, 2001 in Fort Collins CO). From Bryan Noyle, DTS Agile, a cool and geeky discussion for geogeeks on why you should love html5
An informative video from DigitalGlobe discussing their latest innovations, like FirstLook a cloud-based image service providing rapid access to the latest imagery
From Bryan Noyle, DTS Agile, a cool and geeky discussion for geogeeks on why you should love html5. Bryan looks at the case for web services rather than mobile app development. Awesome stuff in his keynote at Esri DevMeetup Colorado in Fort Collins, Nov 3, 2011 at the Rio – filmed by @gletham
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