Via: Directions Magazine
Water is essential for life on the Earth, and the supply of this precious liquid is constantly being recycled through energy from the sun. This process is known as the hydrologic cycle, and through it water is continuously exchanged between the land, the atmosphere, and the oceans. Precipitation in its
Via: GIS Lounge
Pakistan Does its Own Census
UNFPA Country Representative in Pakistan Ms. Ann Keeling and Chief Statistician, Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) Asif Bajwa Tuesday signed a cooperation work plan to strengthen the Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping for the Pakistan…
Via: All Points Blog
This decision will help the utility leverage its investment in Esri’s ArcGIS technology by enhancing it with an advanced GIS-centric software platform for collection system capital planning and renew.
Via: Esri News
The insurance industry is Esri’s second-biggest market after retail.
Via: Esri News
Tile Layers are a creative way to visualize large complex data. By visualizing data as an image the map control only needs to reposition a set of images rather than every single data point of the data. This greatly improves performance and often reduces the amount of data the user
Via: Bing Maps
On Friday April 18th, we updated the Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS app that is hosted within ArcGIS Online. We are busy working on updating the Portal for ArcGIS configuration utility as well so please look for this update inside of the Customer Care site later this
Via: ArcGIS Resources
Street-level mapping now lets users go back in time to see how cities, neighbourhoods and attractions have changed since 2007
Google has turned its Google Maps Street View into a time machine to let users travel back in time and see how places have changed.
The new feature will let users track
Via: The Guardian
If you’ve ever dreamt of being a time traveler like
If you see a clock icon in the upper left-hand portion of a Street View image, click on it and move the slider through time and select a thumbnail to see that same place in previous years or seasons.
Via: Google LatLong
We get emails from time to time from users that would like to submit their own imagery to Google Earth. As Frank mentioned a few weeks ago, Google has a program called the “Imagery Partner Program” to help communities who want to submit their own aerial (or
Via: Google Earth Blog