This update comes our way via the crew at Sanborn Map Company in Colorado… The Waldo Canyon fire has impacted a number of individuals in Colorado Springs. Employees of Sanborn, an industry leader in mapping, have also been affected by the events that unfolded the week of June 24th 2012. As a member of the […]
Documentation is one of the reasons cited for using a GIS. You know the one… “You need a GIS because Bob is going to retire one day and take all that knowledge with him.”
Have you heard the dreaded words, "We really like the map but can you…."? The question is usually ended with "make 50 copies of that"; "change the color"; "increase the font"; "add some text"; "change the title" or some other small request that forces you to redo and print the map once again. […]
Seems government (in some cases) is rushing into the application world. For the purposes of this discussion, let’s stick with mobile applications.
For a little fun, we tossed about a dozen, short questions at some Geo technology professionals – below is our Q&A with industry expert Learon Dalby – enjoy!
Deborah Loudon, Woody Hall and Kevin Jackson Join As Trusted External Counselors to Strengthen the Company’s Presence in the Federal Market and Further Elevate Awareness of Cyber Security Topics
From Learon… I just spent about 30 minutes on http://broadbandmap.gov/ – Read on for a first look at this new effort from the Feds.
IssueMap (issuemap.org) has generated quite a bit of buzz this week. Reference was made to it at the FCC Commission Hearing along with a blog post from Michael Byrne, FCC GIO. It has been a lot of fun watching IssueMap take on a life of its own. Given that IssueMap has been blogged on no […]
1990s- Wonder if anyone knew how much GPS would become a part of everyday life?