GISuser founder, Glenn Letham (@gletham) has started a new Podcast, GeoGeeksatHome. Enjoy discussions with GIS, surveying, and mapping industry professionals while they continue with their jobs working at home.
Join Contex scanning expert Jerry Gautereaux as he educates webinar attendees about remote control scanning with the Nextimage Remote Control app. Recently introduced, this free app provides users with a quick and easy way to control basic scanning tasks from an iOS (Apple) or Android tablet.
As the uncertainty grows concerning the spread of the coronavirus outbreak you may have noticed that a number of big conferences (Google I/O, AdobeMAX) have been canceled or rescheduled as virtual/online events as a result. Most recently, Esri has announced that the annual developer conference, DevSummit, that was to take place in Palm Springs, CA […]
Hallowell, Maine – January 6, 2020 – Blue Marble Geographics and MangoMap recently released a pre-recorded webcast video about the Global Mapper MangoMap Extension for online mapping.
Hallowell, Maine — December 13, 2019 — Blue Marble Geographics® is hosting a live webinar that will introduce the addition of photogrammetric point cloud processing from drone or UAV-captured images to the GIS software company’s free academic curriculum. The webinar is an online interactive event designed for educators in higher education and begins at 2:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday, January […]
Free Webinar – From Mechanical to Solid State LiDAR, Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 2 PM EST / 11 AM PST
Census Bureau to Host a Webinar on Release of 2014-2018 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates
Wingtra and SimActive are hosting an informative webinar for those interested in UAV technology this November. The focus is UAV mapping without the use of GCP (ground control points)
This popular webinar from Geocortex (VertiGIS) has been recorded and is now available for your viewing as an on-demand webinar.
What can we learn from the patterns of past civilizations? Today’s researchers are harnessing the power of lidar to map ancient landscapes—landscapes that can help us design, plan, organize, and maintain systems that are resilient to cultural and ecological change.