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In this interesting talk at Esri DevMeetup Colorado (Fort Collins) on March 6, Bryan Noyle (@bnoyle) talks Android and fills us in on developing mobile apps for Android OS and provides loads of goodies, tips and tricks about everything Android. … Continue reading
Another cool, fun video from Juniper Systems… A few random torture tests rugged handheld computers from Juniper Systems
This week I’ve been thinking a little harder about starting a hangout… you know, a live video webchat hosted by google, archived on Youtube, with a guest and discuss something of interest to the Geo industry. I’m thinking of starting … Continue reading
I got a surprise message this morning from James Fee and decided, with about 3 minutes warning, to hangout with him in his weekly, Wednesday morning hangout to talk geo, and a few other topics! If you have a free … Continue reading
Indeed, it isn’t called the continuity mission for nothing!! The Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) is a collaboration between NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey that will continue the Landsat Program’s 40-year data record of monitoring Earth’s landscapes from space. … Continue reading
A video showing how to generate a tiled service in ArcGIS Online from ArcMap 10.1. We also show how to build a tile package for mobile use. Via http://webmapsolutions.com GISuser (http://s.tt/1yG5Y)
Something new from HP to kick off 2013 – HP Performance Advisor, designed to keep your harwdare performing… as seen in this fast paced overview of the benefits of HP PA for workstation’s performance. Performance Advisor notifies users when components … Continue reading
The Oceanscience Z-Boat 1800 in action at the USGS Data Conference, September 2012. Portland, OR. Single beam depth sounder installed on the latest high specification remotely operated boat. Ideal for shallow water hydrographic surveys.
An interesting video from the History Channel that explores the link between the Mayan ruins and the State of Georgia. The team uses LiDAR to discover if in fact there are ancient artifacts buried in the Sate of Georgia.
For the week-end, a little bit of awesomeness… the largest glacier calving event to ever be filmed while shooting for the film, Chasing Ice. Chasing Ice won the award for Excellence in Cinematography at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, and … Continue reading
Over the years one of our favorite topics of discussion in December here at GISuser has been NORAD Santa… the fine efforts of the NORAD team implemented each year to track and secure Santa Claus during his long journey. It … Continue reading
Yes indeed, after the big, Apple Maps clusterf%^k the much anticipated, official Google maps app for iOS is now available to iPhone users (not yet available as an official iPad app). Note: Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, … Continue reading