In interesting story from BC, Canada where a Geotech developer, who happened to work for an Esri startup program member company, had a need to quickly mashup a resource to help inform the public about wildfire dangers and resources to inform and help keep citizens safe and out of harms way.
This update about student practicums for business comes from our friends at BCIT in Burnaby (Vancouver) B.C, Canada @bcit_gis
Two new map apps should help residents and visitors alike to find their way around City parks, trails and cemeteries.
Those of you following the current wildfire situation in British Columbia, Canada as well as the smoky haze covering much of the Pacific NorthWest will find this of interest – enter the Story Map by Erin Philip, GIS analyst, Piers Consulting
This update comes via NASA / MODIS… Soccer fever gripped the U.S. at the same time as the smoke from Canadian wildfires gripped the skies over Vancouver, British Columbia.
An OpenGov tip comes our way via the @Data_BC team sharing the latest news of how the Province is now using Github to connect with developers
A tip for developers, would-be developers, mashup artists, coders, students and others from the BC Government – What if brilliant developers could use real-time data feeds to create mobile phone transit apps to locate moving buses?
Congrats to the crew at Victoria-based CloverPoint Cartographics, Victoria B.C Canada for the terrific recognition they’ve received recently from the local media, in particular, a full page article and images appearing in the Saturday Business section of the Times Colonist newspaper. The crew has been recognized for their Insights Land Registry system being used by […]