An interesting tip comes to us through Esri. Using these innovative tools, visitors can also explore key voting issues in the 2020 race such as criminal justice , healthcare or the environment.
As the COVID-19 resources build and grow, Esri Canada has done a good job maintaining their public page. Recently they also added a page of helpful tips and assistance, including this getting started resource guide.
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.
A person who makes maps is called a cartographer. The Greeks are known to be the pioneers of map making with proper mathematical footing.
DENVER, Colorado, USA, 22 August 2019 – LAND INFO Worldwide Mapping LLC has been named to the 2019 Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in the United States. The firm credits its explosive three-year revenue growth to recent contract wins supporting 5G wireless network mapping.
First exhibition is a modern take on one of the world’s oldest artforms
When elected officials talk about changing our immigration system, just who and where are people affected? That’s the question Esri is trying to help answer with a new interactive story map that explores communities with the highest shares of non-citizen residents and DACA recipients.
GfK has released a new, completely overhauled map edition for Australia. Along with more detailed coastlines, the new digital maps reflect the latest status of the country’s more than 57,000 statistical areas and 357,000 mesh blocks. Detailed, up-to-date digital maps are an important prerequisite for location-based market analyses.
There’s many maps, webmaps and web resources available online to support the response to Hurricane Irma. These range for traffic maps, evacuation routes, shelter locations, wind speed and direction information and much more. The following is a sample of some map resources that have been compiled by the crew at GEO Jobe
This October, the Supreme Court will hear a landmark case on the repeal of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) passed by Congress in 1992. The act prohibits sports betting in all states except Nevada, Oregon, Montana, and Delaware. These states were grandfathered in, and therefore exempt to the law.