This map shows the total number of wineries in each state. California, Washington, and Oregon account for over half (56%) of the 3562 wineries in the United States. Fully two-thirds of the wineries (2389) have fewer than ten employees, and just 4.5% (161) employ 50 or more people. [Read more…] about Mapping Vino! Map of US Wineries by State
Archives for October 2018
The all-new DJI Phantom 4 RTK is the tool that takes construction mapping to a new level. This week DJI announced the new DJI PHANTOM 4 RTK [Read more…] about Mobile Mapping with the new DJI PHANTOM 4 RTK
In this informative video, the Esri pros answer loads of questions about ArcGIS Pro. What is Pro? How do you get it? Will it replace ArcMap? What about Desktop? A great job explaining some common terminology. [Read more…] about Will ArcGIS Pro Replace ArcMap and other Questions You Are Afraid to Ask!
Drone technology has helped the construction industry boost productivity and digitize workflows. [Read more…] about The new DJI Phantom 4 RTK drone
The transformation of enterprises required to initiate big data analysis involves many catalysts for successful change. Creating a predictive enterprise involves precise strategic planning and establishing a top-notch data science unit. [Read more…] about The Role of Big Data in Creating Data Science-Driven Enterprises
To point Colorado residents and visitors to the trails appropriate for the type of recreational activities they are interested in pursuing, Colorado Parks & Wildlife (CPW) created the new Colorado Trail Explorer (COTREX) [Read more…] about Explore Colorado with the the new Colorado Trail Explorer (COTREX)
Selfie deaths have become an emerging problem – From October 2011 to November 2017, there have been 259 deaths while clicking selfies in 137 incidents. The mean age was 22.94 years. About 72.5% of the total deaths occurred in males and 27.5% in females. [Read more…] about Selfie Deaths are a Real Thing and Males are Most at Risk!
Mobile mapping systems are moving faster than ever. With the ability to “collect everything”, many do—but what to do with all the data?
Please join us Thursday October 4th @ 11am EDT [Read more…] about Webinar: The Future of Mobile Mapping & Emerging Technologies
For the last three years, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has been giving its data to five of the largest cloud service providers in an effort to increase public access, lower costs for the agency and potentially create new markets. Now, as the initial run nears its end, NOAA officials want to know if it’s working. [Read more…] about NOAA wants to hear from users about OpenData