Migrating or making the switch to Pro doesn’t need to be scary or intimidating, although it does seem that users have been somewhat slow or apprehensive to make the switch. ArcGIS Pro is included with ArcMap as a part of ArcGIS Desktop. This 64-bit addition to the ArcGIS Desktop collection of applications lets you render […]
The NFL draft is here and yes, the Browns have done it once again with the #1 pick – let’s just wait and see how this one pans out! But have you ever wondered, where do the best players in the country come from? Indeed a good question and ideally answered with a map! Enter […]
The topic of Geoint needs to be on the mind of all of us involved in geospatial technologies. We may not work directly on Geo Intel projects or with DOD agencies, however, that doesn’t mean that some time in the future we won’t be.
By searching public posts, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency fulfills its duty to provide decision-makers with past, present and future insights into locations during a global emergency.
As GIS professionals building on the ArcGIS Platform, and avid users of the technology, we’re always interested in the updates to the technology. Most recently, Esri has released their April 2018 update to AGOL. Keeping up with the technology is crucial for us, particularly as providers of the very popular, and useful, Admin Tools for […]
Story Maps for ArcGIS Online Get an Update – Some cool news for users and fans of Esri Story Maps as Esri has announced a pretty hefty update in their April announcement of the update to story map technology for ArcGIS Online. Recall, Esri Story Maps let you combine authoritative maps with narrative text, images, and […]
So, you want to go to school and get that degree – maybe you want to be a Geographer? Well, there’s some great news as a there’s now a webmap that can show you where you can get your degree – The College Map (Beta) #EDU #STEM #GeoEducation.
Some interesting findings have been recently shared by Forbes. They looked at how and why people (consumers/business) search for apps along with trends in app-related searches conducted on Google – for the developer, think Opportunity!
Well, another DevSummit has come and gone and now it’s all about digesting all the great information that was gathered, follow up with colleagues, clients, and friends, and think about ways to implement new Geo technologies into our business processes, services, and project workflows.
DevSummit is here once again. That time of the year when the geeks, coders, programmers, and brilliant minds who sit in the back room, plugged-in, creating the great apps and webmaps we all enjoy get to get away for a few days to learn and have a little fun.