Republican mapmakers gained what they perceived to be a huge victory following their landslide state election wins in 2010 through gerrymandering and redistricting dozens of states, so much so that their victory will probably last a decade or more.
Saving up for a big purchase can be a difficult thing to do especially if you do not have a large income. Therefore, you have to find other ways to get the money and getting a loan has become a popular way of receiving the necessary funds. [Read More…]
Year end is rapidly approaching and that leaves us with the usual questions: what was hot in 2017 and what’s on the horizon for the GeoTech industry in 2018? I reached out to several GeoTech industry leaders for their opinion and they enthusiastically shared their thoughts, experience, and vision. Thanks to James Fee, Anthony Quartararo, and Geoff Zeiss for contributing their opinions and optimism for the industry. So, what do you think is going to be HOT in 2018?[Read More…]
The majority of collegiate degree programs treat geospatial technologies as a set of bolt-on courses to traditional underlying geography, ecology, or computer information systems core program of study. This approach was reasonable five or more years ago when the full swath of geospatial technologies was not as full as it is now. However, advents in GIS, remote sensing, positioning, geo-data management, geo-visualization, and geospatial analysis have become robustly populated and now comprise a base wide and deep enough to warrant recognition of geospatial technologies as an academic discipline. [Read More…]