Category Archives: events

Cool Geo Technology – 10 Awesome Things seen at 2014 ESRIUC

TweetIndeed there’s no shortage of cool and amazing technology to touch, see, and hear about at ESRIUC, actually, its almost overwhelming so creating a list of just 10 awesome things I saw is no simple task. Hopefully I won’t crush … Continue reading

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2014 #ESRIUC Message from Jack – become Geo Designers

TweetOnce again another International Esri user conference has come and gone. Myself, like about 15,000 others who made the trip to San Diego are now coming down from a big “Geo High” and are organizing our notes and contact information … Continue reading

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Gearing up for Another #ESRIUC and 5 GeoGeeky Things for the Developer to do

TweetThe countdown is on… I’m scrambling here to prepare for a busy week at the annual Esri user conference in San Diego. I’m always interested in some of the fun developer meets and events that are planned during UC week … Continue reading

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Maps and Beer – An #esriuc MeetUp via @WRSCNews and @GENInews

TweetSome words from the event planners (http://www.wrsc.org/simcenter-vision)… We host PLAN SAN DIEGO which uses Geographic Information System to engage the Map making community in San Diego. We produce GIS Maps on ARCGIS Online. We Visualize data in our unique  immersive … Continue reading

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While in San Diego for #esriuc Take a Journey With the Esri Story Map Journal App

TweetThis really cool announcement came my way via the Esri Story Maps team… If people took last Thursday off for the long July 4th weekend they may have missed that along with the various updates to ArcGIS Online, we’ve released … Continue reading

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Get detailed answers to some of the most frequently asked questions of Strater 4

TweetComing soon (July 1 and 3) a webinar of interest… The Frequently Asked Questions of Strater 4 Webinar will answer some of the most commonly asked questions pertaining to creating boreholes/well logs, maps, and cross sections in Strater 4. At … Continue reading

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Make a map with open source tools and submit to the FOSS4G Map Gallery!

TweetVia the FOSS4G gang… a call for maps! From the organizers… We invite contributions to the FOSS4G Map Galleryto build an exciting and vibrant exhibit of the very best in mapping. This Map Gallery will not only demonstrate the work of … Continue reading

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Watch the Google I/O Keynote Live

TweetYes indeed it’s I/O day and you can catch it live here or on youtube… enjoy!

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Webinar Tip – 3D Machine Control and the Land Surveyor

TweetDetails of a webinar taking place later today, June 25 – Recent advances in civil construction workflows are exciting. As technology provides contractors with new opportunities, today’s surveyors must master new techniques as their role evolves. Civil Integrated Management (CIM) … Continue reading

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Safe Software #FMEUC Videos and Slide Decks

TweetDidn’t manage to make it to this year’s FME user conference in Vancouver? Hey no worries because the awesome team at Safe software have put up a great resource where you can view more than 70 videos of keynotes and … Continue reading

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FME Users Convene on Vancouver, BC for the International #FMEUC

TweetOn June 10-12 in Vancouver, B.C., Safe Software held their International User Conference (the previous event took place 5 years ago). Sadly I had to miss the first day of the conference which featured special keynote presentations from Esri and … Continue reading

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Event – Connected Car meets the Internet of Things

TweetA webinar of interest for those of you interested in the Connected car and the future of the in-car experience… Speakers from Nissan, Continental and Ericsson will explore how a car, with the ability to send and assimilate information from … Continue reading

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