We recently heard the latest info from Esri Canada reps regarding ArcGIS Pro at R 2, recall the latest major update to Pro was officially released to all back in the summer near UC (see Esri blogs).
Esri Kicks Off Conference Season with Events That Showcase Geospatial Innovation
Company to showcase its entire line of geospatial products
A number of special events planned for National Parks (USA) during 2015 – Note: Free National Park entrance days 2015 – April 18 and 19, August 25, September 26, and November 11 – See Details
Loads pf noise on the event front… A busy week indeed for the industry as many folks have just returned from a busy week-end in D.C where the annual State of the Map US (SOTMUS) took place. SOTMUS is THE conference for OpenStreetMap (OSM) users and anyone who has an interest in OSM. You can […]
I know you all love the Left coast, and in particular the beautiful city of Vancouver, B.C. Well now there’s another great reason to come and visit Vancouver thanks to the gang at Safe Software – and get the boss to pay for the trip! Safe has announced the 2014 UC will take place June […]
In familiar Year end Top 10 fashion, the following are stories that stood out in my mind as making an impact on the GIS and geotech industry. These really are awesome stories and share some amazing success stories coming out of the community. Some of the topics that made an impact on the industry and […]
Horn, Austria – February 15, 2013 – RIEGL proudly announces the first sponsors, speakers and event news of its upcoming RIEGL LIDAR 2013 International User Conference to be held in Vienna, Austria, June 25-27. RIEGL is thrilled to welcome the first confirmed sponsors: as Gold sponsors, Applanix and Trimble, as Silver sponsors, AHM Airborne Hydromapping, […]
At this week’s Location Intel (LI) event in Westminster, Colorado put on by Directions Media a number of hot topics in the location-Intel space were discussed by a nice gathering of Geo professionals and visionaries harnessing the power of location for their applications and services.
Blue Marble Geographics (www.bluemarblegeo.com) will offer a free web demonstration on October 8th at 11am EST on how to use the Blue Marble Desktop to find lost projection information in raster and vector files.