Trimble® Catalyst™ is a revolutionary new positioning technology for Android phones and tablets that is delivered as a subscription service to a software-defined GNSS receiver. Trimble Catalyst is capable of delivering accuracies down to 1-2 cm, placing the power of high accuracy positioning in the hands of every field worker with a compatible Android device.
New Integration Simplifies High-Quality Imagery Data Discovery, Access, and Analytics for Business Customers
The International Esri User Conference is a must-attend event for any professional involved in GIS, particularly working with (or wanting to work with) Esri’s GIS solutions, including ArcGIS and ArcGIS Online.
Fueled by customer demand and a demonstrated need within the enterprise search industry, company releases its most ambitious product yet
Hallowell, Maine – June 13, 2017 – Blue Marble Geographics (www.bluemarblegeo.com) is pleased to announce that it will be hosting two events in San Diego during the week of the annual Esri User Conference. The latest stop in the 2017 Blue Marble User Conference (BMUC) series will take place on Thursday, July 13and a one-day, hands-on […]
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 […]
Partnership Provides Access to Planet Imagery and Basemaps Through Boundless Connect
Ok, I got your attention… but seriously, beer maps are not only useful and fun, they also turn heads! I’ve often thought of the beer map as the GeoGeek equivalent of the mobile developer’s “find me a coffee shop” or Hello World test project.
The latest version of TerraGo Magic gives users an updated “click not code” app studio that provides a new level of control in selecting features to build into their mobile apps and cloud services