Mapping the Spread of #Coronavirus COVID-19 – Trusted Maps and Data

This post has generated loads of activity and engagement via LinkedIn. The article discusses the coronavirus outbreak and delves into a look at some trusted map and data resources that are tracking the spread. Continue reading “Mapping the Spread of #Coronavirus COVID-19 – Trusted Maps and Data”

New Functionality in ArcGIS Online, Story Maps and Data Collection Shared at ESRIUC

The annual International Esri User Conference is ESRI’s chance to discuss, demonstrate, and showcase their latest technologies and educate the user community about all the latest innovations from their product design teams.  Continue reading “New Functionality in ArcGIS Online, Story Maps and Data Collection Shared at ESRIUC”

Rapid Data Collection in ArcGIS Gets Quick with ArcGIS QuickCapture

ESRIUC has come and gone (20 in a row for yours truly) and like many of you, I found I returned home feeling invigorated, enthusiastic, and eager to try some new things and explore technologies I was recently introduced to. One such technology is ArcGIS QuickCapture. Continue reading “Rapid Data Collection in ArcGIS Gets Quick with ArcGIS QuickCapture”

GISuser Awareness Promotion for #ESRIUC Exhibitors

Summer is here, and that means time for the International Esri User Conference (ESRIUC)! With that, we are pleased to announce a special promotional opportunity to help you share your plans for UC. Ideally, this is the perfect opportunity to share the WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY, and HOW of your plans to potential users and customers. Continue reading “GISuser Awareness Promotion for #ESRIUC Exhibitors”

5 Resources to help kickstart your Geotech or Location Technology Startup

Getting your business off the ground can be a huge challenge. For technology start-ups though, there’s many valuable resources that you can tap into. There’s incubators, startup labs, hackathons, developer programs, and many more opportunities that exist. Here, I quickly touch upon 5 handy resources that a Geotech startup can leverage to get a boost. Continue reading “5 Resources to help kickstart your Geotech or Location Technology Startup”

Creating Story Maps Just Got Easier with the New Look, ArcGIS StoryMaps Beta

Do you enjoy creating Story Maps? If so, there’s something new for you to explore, the Story Maps Beta. The new, Beta resource offers a completely new experience, new UI and new look and feel of your maps. Continue reading “Creating Story Maps Just Got Easier with the New Look, ArcGIS StoryMaps Beta”

GeoGeeksinCars #31 Glenn’s Announcement at the 2019 Esri DevSummit

“The one about Glenn’s plans” – March, 2019 in Palm Springs, CA at the 2019 Esri DevSummit. On the final day, after a busy week at EPC and DevSummit, Glenn rolled solo on the way back to the Geo Pad and talked about gletham Communications. Continue reading “GeoGeeksinCars #31 Glenn’s Announcement at the 2019 Esri DevSummit”

[WOW Tech] Seen and Heard at #ESRIUC – the new Echosec ArcGIS Integration

If you were in attendance at the 2016 ESRIUC then you likely heard about a little company in the Esri Startup Pavillion called Echosec. Now in year 3 as an esri small business partner, Echosec used the UC as a coming out party to announce their integration with ArcGIS Online Continue reading “[WOW Tech] Seen and Heard at #ESRIUC – the new Echosec ArcGIS Integration”

5 Must Have Mobile Apps While You visit San Diego for #esriuc

Here we are once again on the heels of another International Esri User Conference #esriuc. This means that geeks and GeoGeeks from all over the World (over 150 countries I’m guessing) will be converging on the city for the annual Geo Luv-fest.  Continue reading “5 Must Have Mobile Apps While You visit San Diego for #esriuc”

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