There is no doubt about the fact that technology continues to transform the world in many immeasurable ways.
According to the PBS documentary, “The Human Face of Big Data,” we now create as much data every two days as the world generated from its inception through 2003
Ah yes, to drone or not to drone… Selecting one’s first drone errr UAV errr UAS can be a little daunting. Do you purchase from a local dealer who can guide and advise you and also hook you up with spare parts after an unexpected crash landing, or do you shop online and roll the […]
In celebration of National Farmers Market Week, and in continued support of the White House’s Food Resilience effort, Esri has created two maps that document farmers markets around the country.
Have you checked your iPhone lately? Played your favorite game on PS3? Or perhaps downloaded Angry Birds in your iPad? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you shouldn’t be surprised.
This event info comes via CAFWD… The Open Data topic will get a full hearing on September 12 at UC Berkeley as a full day exploring the importance that open data can have on improving governance. It is being organized by the Institute of Government Studies and CITRIS Data & Democracy Initiative in a unique […]
Once again, Esri has published another interesting Social news map, this time touching on the topic of Occupy Wall Street
2011 Esri International User Conference Booth 1311
New ITT initiative will extend the use of image analysis to solve industry specific problems for GIS applications.
Esri User Conference 2011, San Diego, CA, July 12, 2011 – TomTom announces the beta release of the 2010 U.S. Census block boundary product. By being the first to market with this critical information, TomTom enables its partners to begin analyzing the impact of the Census 2010 integration on their processes and products months […]