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.
Drones and the data they generate are transforming industries. With the rapid rate of innovation and increased adoption, users need to continue learning to keep pace with the industry.
Didn’t catch the live webinar streamed from the ESRIUC? No problem, enjoy this video archive – The Modern Drone Mapping Project – Choosing the Right Approach, presented by Woolpert as part of the LiDAR Magazine webinar series.
Here’s a tip about a webinar being presented by Esri Canada.
Welcome to our GISuser, Geotech industry news roundup. Here you’ll find pointers and tips for events, meetups, webinars and other Geo events taking place in the near future. Do you have a Geo event to share? Tell the editor about it!
Want to see what your visitors are doing on your map? Stop guessing if your map visitors are reaching their goals by measuring their experience. Municipalities around North America are using Maptiks web map analytics.
GOLDEN, Colorado, 2 April 2019 – Golden Software, a developer of affordable scientific graphics software, will present a free webinar to demonstrate how the Surfer® 2D and 3D mapping package can be used to easily and quickly visualize changes in data points over time for analysis of patterns, trends, and anomalies.
Whether from airborne LIDAR or drone collected imagery, 3D point clouds have become a critical element in mapping. LP360, an advanced desktop software, makes easy work of extracting information and deriving products from point clouds in standalone or ArcGIS environment.
A webinar tip for you – July 25, 2018
security.manager – ArcGIS Edition: Revolutionize how you publish content via ArcGIS