Revised Alabama Maps Feature New Design

Oct 22, 2014 — US Topo maps now have a crisper, cleaner design – enhancing readability of maps for online and printed use. Map symbols are easier to …

Via: GIS Cafe

RMSI to Showcase Innovative Solutions at EGUG Conference, Memphis

New Delhi, India, Oct 22, 2014 — RMSI, a leading global provider of geospatial and software services, is proud to be a gold sponsor of the EGUG …

Via: GIS Cafe

Upcoming Webinar: Collector vs. Custom: Making the “Right” Choice for your Mobile Data Collection Workflow

Richmond, Va. – October 22, 2014 – Timmons Group, a leader in enterprise geospatial products and services, is pleased to announce an …

Via: GIS Cafe

Map shows who San Antonio residents are, what they will buy - by their ZIP codes

A map compiled by Esri shows how marketers can use ZIP code information to determine what San Antonio residents will buy based on where they live.

Via: Esri News

Here are Maryland's most (and least) affordable areas for renters

Esri data offers an in-depth look at how out-of-reach rental housing is becoming in desirable areas.

Via: Esri News

Data tool shows what kinds of people live in Houston ZIP codes

The Environmental Systems Research Institute has a fun tool that maps out the various types of people that live in certain ZIP codes.

Via: Esri News

Are you a 'trendsetter'? 'Top tier'? How marketers see D.C. residents

Esri’s Tapestry map carves up ZIP codes based on demographic data about residents, then labels them with handy tags.

Via: Esri News

What your suburban ZIP code says about you

Esri’s Tapestry map reveals what your ZIP code says about you.

Via: Esri News

Making Mead in a Space-Age World

Esri map shows all of the mead makers in the United States.

Via: Esri News

Bristol, Tenn., named one of best cities for conservatives by Livability

Esri data reveals how residents of each city self-report their own political leanings on a five-point scale from very liberal to very conservative.

Via: Esri News

Trimble Introduces its FieldMaster Technician App to Enhance Mobile Workforce Productivity

Via: Directions Magazine

Worries Beyond Ebola: America's Disease Watchlist (with Infographic) (Forbes)

Via: GIS Cafe

Add an image gallery (with links) to your organization home

Your organization home contains several key sections that you can customize to reflect your own unique look and feel. These include the background image, organization banner, featured gallery, and description.

The Organization Description on the home page can include text and other elements, and can be modified by an Administrator by going to the General tab in the organization settings. A popular modification is to add image galleries to the home page description area that contain graphics and links to other resources, as shown in these examples.

The following HTML can be used as a template to add your own image gallery.

Via: ArcGIS Resources

GEOSYS announces new Global Sales and Marketing Manager

GEOSYS announces new Global Sales and Marketing Manager

Via: GeoConnexion

Fugro Awarded 3 Year Survey Contract by UK Highways Agency

Fugro Awarded 3 Year Survey Contract by UK Highways Agency

Via: GeoConnexion

ISPRS 36th International Symposium Latest News

Latest news on the 36th International Symposium of Remote Sensing of Environment, 11-15 May, Berlin, Germany

Via: GeoConnexion

Joint Study Produced by Airbus Defence and Space and Spectrum Geo

Airbus Defence and Space and Spectrum Geo produce a joint oil seep and seismic correlation study for the Adriatic Sea. 22.10.2014

Via: GeoConnexion

Trimble Introduces its FieldMaster Technician App

Trimble Introduces its FieldMaster Technician App to Enhance Mobile Workforce Productivity

Via: GeoConnexion

KANA announces winners of the CONNECT 2014 Customer Awards

KANA announces winners of the CONNECT 2014 Customer Awards

Via: GeoConnexion

Unmanned Systems Buzz at InterGeo, Plus: Webinar Follow-Up

The InterGeo trade show was held October 7-9 in Berlin.

The InterGeo trade show was held October 7-9 in Berlin.

The world’s largest geospatial conference took place earlier this month in Germany. InterGeo is located in Germany every year, changing cities. More than 16,000 people attend the conference annually, mostly from Europe (83%) and only a small percentage from North and South America (~5%). I’ve promoted to the organizers that a similar conference is needed in the West because the most significantly attended geospatial conferences in the West are organized by specific vendors (Esri, Autodesk, Hexagon, Trimble, etc.) rather than being vendor-agnostic. The result is that Westerners only see

Via: Geospatial Solutions