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- ASPRS UAS Symposium Reno Looks At UAV, UAS, Drone Technology
- Open Government Tour 2014 #OGT14 Hits Victoria BC to Stimulate OpenData Dialog #opengov
- Drone Mapping and Selecting Your First UAS … err … UAV… err… drone… err
Category Archives: gis
TweetA topic that is hugely hot these days, particularly with the GeoTech crowd, is Open Data. I spent an evening in the meeting chambers at our local City Hall discussing OpenData with about 2 dozen other geeks with nothing better … Continue reading
TweetIt goes without saying that there’s loads of great opportunities for developers at the ESRIUC. Sure they have the dev Summit in the spring, however, the UC is really a great opportunity for the developers to connect with each other … Continue reading
TweetJust one day in to the esriuc and there’s already tons to absorb! Day 1 was all about the plenary session and the state of ArcGIS. Jack Dangermond was the focus of the morning, however, he did share the stage … Continue reading
TweetThere’s nothing better in the summer than a big, juicy burger hot off the grille. So where in America can you score the best burger you might ask? Well, I’m a little biased myself and the results here are likely … Continue reading
TweetOpera Mediaworks has released a two-part study revealing how consumers use their mobile devices to interact and engage with health and fitness content.
TweetIndeed, it has been a long time since I rolled out a piece for “5 Things on Friday” – a weekly (well not quite) feature where I share 5 of the coolest and most popular things from the week… enjoy!
TweetEver had anyone in your family ask you “what is the cloud”? You may hum and fumble a little and fish around a little to explain it… after all, we all work in the cloud these days but when you … Continue reading
TweetYou know the scenario… you want to move to a new city and you’d like to find out where the best places are to live, however, you know nothing about the region at all. Have you been there? Well, there’s … Continue reading
TweetWell wishes to all of our friends, readers, colleagues for a very happy and safe holiday season and a Merry Christmas. Our thoughts are also with those who are less fortunate on this day…
TweetThe open source hipsters and geogeeks are being treated to a release this week as OpenGeo errrrrr Boudless has announced the availability ofOpenGeo suite 4.0. According to teh company, this release brings new features and improvements, including component upgrades to … Continue reading