FireWhat, Inc. is a Geographic Information Systems and Technology Company, who maps emergency incidents and creates technologies, to track responders and assets in and out of the field. FireWhat? has implemented a system that is designed to bring situational awareness to the first responders and address the need for current in formation.
I’m a huge social sharing fan, many of my non Geogeeky friends think I share way too much but that’s OK. I’m pretty careful about what I share, when I share it and where I share it. I also don’t share anything that I wouldn’t want anyone at all to see. But how much am […]
A mobile device tip for those of you in need of an affordable and efficient smartphone solution. You simply can’t go wrong at this price, even if you aren’t a Nokia errrr Microsoft errr Lumia fan!
We all love checking out Street scapes on Google StreetView but did you know you can view an entire “slideshow” like view using this way cool Google Streetview Player?
Ever wonder to yourself, “Where on Earth?” Enter The Functional and Beautiful MapWheel — Simply put, according to the creators, A MapWheel is a new, functional and attractive piece of home decor intended to trigger fond memories, provoke conversations and celebrate locations that have significance to you. Indeed they are creative and I have no […]
So, you may be wondering, what’s up with that cool, little robot that’s hitching across America this summer? Recall early in July we shared the official pre-trip announcement titled “Canadian hitchhiking robot to cross the U.S., relying solely on the kindness of strangers“. Well, I guess not all strangers are kind as Tripbot’s journey has […]
This year was my 17th consecutive ESRIUC and once again I’ve returned home a little weary and tired from all the Geo Awesomeness that was the ESRIUC. Describing everything in one blog post is pretty much impossible, however, I have shared some of my favorite blog readings HERE, hopefully you’ll find that list useful. I’m […]
Some great questions have been answered in a recent blog post from the OpenGeo crew. The meaty article takes a close look at the OpenGeo Suite as well as a look at the individual, OpenGeo Components. For the non-developer type like yours truly, this is an excellent and must read if you think there’s any […]
Like many of you, I really enjoy using open tools. I’m lucky also because most of the creators of some fine tools and web services will typically provide me with full access to exploit and test their apps. Recently, the gang at Spatial Networks provided me with access to their FulcrumApp mobile data collection tool.
Recall, not long ago we shared a short spotlight on Tools to Help You Work Better, Smarter and Faster with LiDAR – this was a casual list of several products and tools that those interested in working with LiDAR data might find useful. Building on this list, we now share 5 more tools that professionals […]