Selecting the right location is a challenge for all kinds of businesses, not just those that serve customers directly. Things like the demographics and education level of the surrounding population who will be potential employees, schools in the area who train workers for particular professions, and the availability and quality of either affordable family housing […]
The following letter from GITA President, Talbot Brooks, appeared in the weekly GITA newsletter update "GITA News Hub" on Feb. 12, 2013
There’s lots of cool things about Twitter including a TON of third-party add-ons but what makes it very useful is the people!
From The American Surveyor Magazine (Vol.6 No.1 January 2009) … A successful business owner in Texas shares some wise advice for 2009 and beyond.
We have the following reminder from NORAD… All the preparations for this year are in place! Return on Christmas Eve to track St. Nick on his magical flight around the world! See http://www.noradsanta.org
GISuser Spotlight… Autodesk and Bentley to Advance AEC Software Interoperability – Ok, now I’ve seen it all (almost) as Autodesk and Bentley recently held a joint PR event announcing their efforts to team up and bolster their collective efforts for interoperability… wow!
From our sister site (Amerisurv.com), a special treat! The American Surveyor’s articles have been getting more attention than usual in recent weeks.
When you think of Definiens you may think Enterprise Image Intelligence, or perhaps you might think of eCognition, but would you think Nobel Prize Winner? Perhaps you should! This spotlight feature will serve to introduce you to all the concepts I just mentioned including eCognition, the brand; Definiens Developer, the solution; and Definiens the company, […]
Are you a Safe Software customer, user, or wanna-be user? If so then you HAVE to start reading the “SafeInsider” newsletter. I just received the first edition in the mail and I have to compliment the Vancouver-based crew of ETL experts – this is hands-down one of the most useful and informative corporate newsletters I’ve […]
Of particular interest at this year’s International ESRI User Conference was a clever timeline showing the history of ESRI and of their core platform, ArcGIS. It’s been more than 25 years since ArcInfo hit the shelves and now with ArcGIS release 9.3 on the horizon the company is showing no sign of slowing down. Check […]