This popular webinar from Geocortex (VertiGIS) has been recorded and is now available for your viewing as an on-demand webinar.
Have you seen it yet? You know, the Esri commercial! Yup, it hit the air this week, apparently running during Monday Night Football for a first airing (apparently) and then I’ve seen it on CNN during a news broadcast.
So, what do you see?? Patterns, connections, relationships… See what others can’t with Esri Location Technology…
It defintely got the attention of the GeoGeeks… do you think it got the attention of Joe public though? Thoughts?
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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.
|Title:||Flights Into the Past: Archaeological Prospection Using Lidar|
|Date:||Wednesday, October 23rd 2019|
|Time:||1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Eastern|
|Presenter Dr. Juan Carlos Fernandez-Diaz is Research Assistant Professor at the University of Houston and co-Investigator at NCALM research center.
Presenter Dr. Timothy Murtha is an Associate Professor Center for Latin American Studies and a founding faculty member of FIBER.
Stick around for an interactive Q&A session with panelists after the presentation concludes.
This event is sponsored by Teledyne Optech.
Here’s the story of how Slack’s developers use Slack every day.
As a company with engineering teams of our own looking to realize the full value of Slack in everything they do, we thought it made sense to turn the spotlight on ourselves.
So here’s the story of how Slack’s developers use Slack every day.
TELUS this week dolled out $100,000 grand prize to the winner of their latest Pitch competition. What’s really impressive though is the amazing success this competition saw! In total, the TELUS Pitch 2019 competition handed out more than $170,000 in cash, prizes and services [Read more…] about TELUS Pitch 2019 Awards – 6,400+ entries, $100,000 Grand Prize!
When you attend the ESRIUC one of the first things you do upon arrival in San Diego at the SDCC is you pay a visit to conference registration, get your badge, and pick up your GeoSwag Bag! Here we share a fun look inside the bag via this casual un-bagging video – enjoy!
How did you like this year’s bag??
Hat tip to Jim Rodgers for assisting with the video!
Save the date… September 10-11, 2019, at the American Institute of Architects, Washington D.C.
Recently, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) released an update to the National Land Cover Database (NLCD) for the U.S – based on Landsat satellite imagery taken in 2016. The NLCD 2016documents land cover change in the Lower 48 states from 2001 to 2016. During this 15-year period, 7.6 percent of the conterminous U.S. changed land cover at least once.
Some findings out of the recent Electronic Entertainment Expo 2019.
To determine the best places to be a serious gamer, WalletHub compared the 100 largest cities across 23 key indicators of gamer-friendliness. The data ranges from average internet speed to video-game stores per capita to number of esports tournaments. [Read more…] about Report on 2019’s Best Cities for Gamers
In Norway’s Sogn og Fjordane County, energy companies often use traditional survey methods to adjust the sag of newly constructed power lines. But for a power line in the mountains of Leikanger, the precipitous landscape and long span were too much for traditional techniques. Using advanced total station technology, a Norwegian survey company helped adjust the lines in real time, shortening the project from several days down to one and securing repeat business.
In August 2017, Geomatikk Survey was commissioned to measure and adjust the sag of a new, 450-m-long section of four power lines that their customer, BKK Enotek, had just installed…