With year end comes a look back on what was hot in the Geo tech industry. And so we share a list of the most popular posts to hit GISuser during 2015… enjoy!
Archives for 2015
GI Gadgets uses its reach of over 800 million tech lovers to rank the best and worst gadgets in the works
This visualization comes via Twitter from the Official Twitter account of the International Coalition for Operation Inherent Resolve @cjtfoir
GOLDSBORO, N.C. – Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®) has made headlines with the 311GIS application in the City of Guelph, Canada. Watch Mayor Cam Guthrie explain how 311GIS will improve Guelph by getting citizens involved. Citizens can help directly by reporting a variety of issues from potholes to noise complaints.
Redlands, California—December 29, 2015—Mapmakers should always strive to create maps that look great and get their message across clearly and succinctly. According to Esri president Jack Dangermond, more emphasis today needs to be placed on map design, especially on the web. “We need to spend more time designing maps and not just producing them,” Dangermond […]
The 2016 MAGIC Symposium is quickly approaching, it will be here before we know it. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn and to network.
Aerial mapping company Bluesky is working with FATMAP to create ultra-high resolution 3D mobile maps of the world’s major ski resorts and other popular outdoor pursuit destinations. Bluesky recently completed a pilot project for FATMAP, capturing aerial photography and generating detailed height models in order to create a highly detailed 3D map of the Big […]
Badger State Maps Put TIGER in the Tank
Fugro Wins Alaska Governor’s North Star Award for International Excellence