No doubt you receive our 2X a week GISuser newsletter … right?? (See today’s edition here) If not you might consider it, I guarantee you’ll learn at least one thing from every edition ;0) Loads of news and site updates to share with you so far this week.. and so, here’s a brief update of some of the more interesting items we’ve covered off over the past 48 hours.. enjoy!
Kudos to our friends at GeoIQ as GeoIQ Expands Westward With Denver Office Opening
Some highlights from the newsletter… To begin, kudos to the SpatialMedia MachineControlOnline Magazine team (think 3D machine control for mining, construction etc…) for churning out the charter edition of their new E-Magazine, an attractive, interactive, 46 page digital magazine offering fab content, videos, and a truly fun experience – looks darned good on iPad too! Some hot announcements and news in the GIS / Geo tech arena this week: From Avenza Systems, Esri ArcGIS 10 Now Supported by MAPublisher – recall, MAPublisher for Illustrator is powerful map production software for creating cartographic-quality maps from GIS data; 11 World Tour from ERDAS Goes to Italy – During the events, ERDAS will share its unique “sensor to the internet” comprehensive workflow; American Sentinel University’s GIS Alum Helps Multi-trillion Dollar Oil Company; and a Reminder – Esri Dev Meet Up Group – Colorado, Tuesday March 29.
Feature articles of interest.. .enjoy!
AGIO and Open Data, GIS data in time of disaster, and Putting Arkansas on the Map – The Arkansas Geographic Information Office (AGIO) logo includes the text “Putting Arkansas on the Map!” I was recently asked “Which map?”
Feature – The Cloud – Soft and Fluffy or a Serious Contender – When you board an aeroplane you’re asked to buckle your seat belt and listen to an important safety announcement. The same is true before you propel your data down the runway and jet it into the cloud.
NCGE Video – Why is Fieldwork Important to Geography? – When you board an aeroplane you’re asked to buckle your seat belt and listen to an important safety announcement. The same is true before you propel your data down the runway and jet it into the cloud.