Old poll, new poll: March 2011

Posted on 1 CommentPosted in Poll, Remote Sensing

Back in January we asked the question “Which Esri Tech Certification are you thinking about?” and we received 88 responses which broke down to: ArcGIS Desktop Associate/Professional – 39% Web Application Developer Associate – 8% Enterprise Geodatabase Management Associate – 1% Enterprise Administration Associate – 1% More than one – 14% Not interested – 37% […]

Project Galileo

Posted on Posted in Cool Stuff, VirtualEnvironments

Since I seem to be highlighting software that I am interested in getting time to work with lately, I thought I would return to Project Galileo, a great project that is currently going on over at Autodesk Labs. Building on many Autodesk desktop technologies (such as LandXplorer) and labs projects, Project Galileo is: an easy-to-use […]

Bime and maps

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I came across an interesting demo video on YouTube today for a web-based analytics tool named Bime. While I haven’t had a chance to sit down and delve into the web app it seems to offer quite a few geo friendly tools including recognizing geographic data and the ability to create visualizations for both exploring […]

New free stuff from Esri

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Today a couple of education and information materials came to my attention from Esri. The first is the third volume of the Essays on Geography and GIS, a volume of collected articles. This time around the Table of Contents look a little like this: What Is GIS? Geospatial Responses to Disasters: The Role of Cyberspace […]

Sustainable Seafood App

Posted on Posted in Environmental, WebMapping

There are many restaurant apps around that rely on users to input location on their locale or sites they visit to create a national or international database. The most recent one I have found out about is The Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood WATCH Project FishMap which asks users to share information on the locations of […]