GeoPortal Aids Oil Spill Response & Damage Assessments

Via: Directions Magazine

A Song of America's Downtowns

An Esri map to show the spread and location of mall/sprawl will be created.

Via: Esri News

Teledyne RESON launches Teledyne RESON Academy

Via: Professional Surveyor

Next Generation of DAT/EM Software

Via: Professional Surveyor

ASPRS Announces USGIF Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient

Via: Professional Surveyor

NASA’s Global Precipitation Measurement

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

GIS Government News Weekly: Pakistan’s Census, Growth of Democracy

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

TX wastewater dept to upgrade distribution infrastructure with asset management solution

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

UNEP Live: Building an Information Powerhouse

.United Nationals Environment Programme (UNEP) creates the go-to site for environmental information.

Via: Esri News

New technology is changing how insurers investigate hail claims

The insurance industry is Esri’s second-biggest market after retail.

Via: Esri News

ArcGIS 10.2 - 10.2.2 for Server OpenSSL (Heartbleed) Patch

Via: Esri Support

Visualize Large Complex Data with Local Tile Layers in Bing Maps Windows Store Apps (C#)

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

FOSS4G PDX 2014: Community voting open through May 5th

Via: The Open Source Geospatial Foundation

Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS update!

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

Snowflake enables AIM data exchange for XMAN Heathrow Trial

Via: Directions Magazine

Melissa Data’s MatchUp for SQL Server Effectively Solves Business Challenge of Duplicate Customer Data

Via: Directions Magazine

Geotech events and online training tips

TweetThe event and training season is busy indeed and it can be tough to keep tabs on everything. The following are but a few events that are of interest to the Geo professional and/or geo developer. To begin, something for developers …

Via: AnyGeo

Google introduces 'time machine' feature in Street View

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

Go back in time with Street View

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.

Now with

Via: Google LatLong

How to become a Google Imagery Partner

st louis stadium imagery

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