The fifth generation mobile network, otherwise known as 5G, will boost interconnectivity and lead to many new technological advances, so it’s no surprise that it’s the current tech buzzword. A lot of people realize that things will change when the network becomes widespread, but few realize how connected it is to geospatial technology.
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Automation applications have become a routine part of our lives. In the years prior, the definition of automation was a term that elicited images of old world manufacturing and the visions of yesteryear. Nowadays, the term automation is synonymous with artificial intelligence and an ease of use that makes any day run smoother.
A GIS is designed to manipulate, analyze, capture, store, manage, and present all types of geographical information. It has become the common application to analyze spatial information regarding climate change. The nature of the geographical system implies that spatial data analysis will occur using this system.
Who are Generation Y? Why Generation Y is the center of attraction? and why do we need to engage our Generation Y employees? That kind of questions is popping up in your mind right now. There are a lot of discussions, huge debates and you may even find some really interesting talks about this topic […]
As time goes by, more and more people are learning about the importance of securing their data online.
Lake Apopka Natural Gas District (LANGD), servicing the needs of West Central Florida since 1959, has approximately 22,000 customers and is growing each year. In recent years they successfully implemented Elements XS, a GIS-based asset and work management system that bi-directionally integrates with their utility billing software. LANGD has integrated their ArcGIS platform with Elements XS […]
The construction industry is having a difficult time finding skilled workers. The problem is on a global scale as most countries have to import labor, which is rarely skilled enough to handle the job.
Efficiency savings are one of those satisfyingly easy ways to manage your business well. You target areas in which you’re losing money, spending too much time, or misallocating resources, with the express aim of streamlining what you’ve already got.
Whether you work for a small, medium or large business, if you’re part of a team you’ll need to find the best ways of working together for the good of the business and your own personal wellbeing.
Small companies usually have to put more efforts into building a recognizable brand, but in the end, it might become the most important asset of that particular business.