29 June 2015. The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) membership has approved the OGC Web Processing Service (WPS) Version 2 Interface Standard.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA’s) Office of Coastal Management has recently completed the development of a new online mapping tool for the Great Lakes that will give decision makers, resource managers, and community members information on future lake levels. The NOAA tool illustrates the scale of potential flooding or land exposure at a […]
There’s no doubt that GeoGeeks like beer and the BeerGeek in me also digs maps so when you combine beer + maps you definitely have a winner – enter BreweryMap! This awesome service does a great job at mapping all the breweries in north America – and then some! Search an area and voila, using […]
Here’s an awesome webmap tip to share (courtesy of a tip-off I received via the Esri FB page) the WDOT Seattle Parking map from seattle.gov. This is a handy online resource showing where to park and how much it costs in the City of Seattle. Users will find parking lots, street parking restrictions, rates and […]
In an effort to keep the public informed and make data available to them during the recent wildfires near Colorado Springs, CO the company turned to open source as a solution. Their blog goes into details of how they luckily, had already been working on a system designed for rapid web publishing and thus managed […]
An interesting map paints a pretty clear picture as to the extend of the fire near Colorado Springs, spanning north from Garden of The Gods by Manitou Springs north into Pike National Forest and past the Air Force Academy, sandwiched in between HWY 14 and within about 2 miles of I-25 – good luck everyone […]