The week’s Most popular, most talked about, most Tweeted, and most shared GeoTech GISuser stories and tech tips – Welcome.. the following are some of the top GeoTech items of interest we shared this week:
Archives for May 2014
The Trust for Public Land Releases 2014 ParkScore® Index, Rating Park Systems in 60 Largest U.S. Cities Minneapolis retains title as nation’s best park system; Fresno repeats last place finish — Aurora, CO and New Orleans debut strongly as ParkScore expands to 60 Cities
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You can analyze elevation and hydrologic data using the new Elevation Analysis services hosted in Esri ArcGIS Online. For example, you can find the slope of a road, calculate a viewshed, or discover where water flows to or from, using these services in ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS for Desktop, or other web clients.
Exprodat, the oil and gas services, software and training supplier will be sharing stand 3440 with worldwide Geographical Information System (GIS) supplier Esri Inc. at the 76th European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) Exhibition and Conference.
29 May 2014 – The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC®) Membership has approved six OGC Web Coverage Service (WCS) Interface Standard extensions as official OGC standards.
CHICAGO, IL – Dynamism, an exclusive provider of next-generation high-tech products, announces the launch of the Ultimaker 2, a cutting-edge desktop 3D printer that utilizes fast, accurate and user-friendly technology.
Indeed, it has been a long time since I rolled out a piece for “5 Things on Friday” – a weekly (well not quite) feature where I share 5 of the coolest and most popular things from the week… enjoy!
Jetpac Upgrades Webby Award-Winning City Guides App to Enhance Local and Foreign Travel Exploration – Jetpac City Guides 2.0 Offers Increased Functionality with Improved and Expanded Search Capabilities