Mapping is becoming more relevant to the average person’s every day activities than ever before. From fitness trackers like Fitbit to the Apple Watch and the activity and workout apps available for iOS to cycling and running apps like Strava and Map my Run, people are using maps to visualize their fitness, and share those […]
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 […]
Not long ago, I talked here about UAV Cloud Data: we are generating a ton of location data, and need some effective way to store it on the cloud. Two things have to be considered: it needs to be secure, so it cannot be accessed by just anyone, but it also needs to be available […]
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) that can film extended flights and gather data in 4K Video, LiDAR, or using other sensors create a huge cloud data storage issue. Since the data may reveal sensitive information about key property, progress, or infrastructure, how will you ensure data security and integrity? One of the key components of any […]
In the uncertain times following this election, one thing is for sure. Things will change over the next few years with a Republican president bent on change and a congress likely to cooperate with him.
The City of Covington, WA has successfully implemented GIS based asset management for streets, parks, and stormwater assets in their Public Works Department. The City has integrated their ArcGIS platform with Elements XS3 to track and coordinate efforts in Public Works and maximize their GIS investment.
Some cool, ESRIUC news from the Esri Startup Program team… Exciting news, Esri Startup Program Partner, Echosec has launched their ArcGIS Marketplace listing,http://arcg.is/28QSiDb!
Here we are once again on the heels of another International Esri User Conference #esriuc. This means that geeks and GeoGeeks from all over the World (over 150 countries I’m guessing) will be converging on the city for the annual Geo Luv-fest.
Once again, Jim and Martha from BallparkGIS have made available the very handy San Diego Gaslamp map. Add the bookmark to your mobile device or print out the map and keep it in your pocket for quick reference while you navigate the gaslamp during ESRIUC in search of food and drink
The FAA is still figuring it out, and all of us who love maps are drooling over the potential of high definition photography and even virtual reality for creating high definition maps and 360 degree views of locations all over the globe. The private drone sector is exploding as smaller craft become both more affordable […]