Sharing data can be a touchy subject. In general, it seems that people and institutions do not like their research and findings being freely accessible to the public. If you have worked on any project requiring data you could not collect on your own, you have more than likely jumped onto the World Wide Web […]
The annual International Esri User Conference (Esri UC) took place virtually July 13-16, 2020. To say that there was a LOT of new technology and capabilities announced at the 2020 Esri UC is likely an understatement!
Here is a short Q & A with Director of Operations, Danny Menikheim. Danny is based out of our Center for Research and Engineering (C.R.E.) in Gulfport, MS. Danny joined our team as a Project Manager in October of 2017 and today holds the role of Director of Operations.
The Challenge UMass Lowell (UML) was looking for a campus viewer application that didn’t rely on Flash based software, as it would no longer be supported after 2019. The solution needed to support the large amount of data they wanted to share, offer some options for custom searching and module development, and be supported on […]
GEO Jobe is proud to announce they have been awarded the ArcGIS Hub Specialty Designation by Esri. The addition of this Specialty to GEO Jobe’s repertoire represents the continual growth of GEO Jobe’s extensive portfolio of services and product offerings and is yet another example of the expanded collaboration between itself and Esri. As a […]
The Esri User Conference (UC) is an annual event held in July bringing together members of the Esri User community from across the globe. This is a great opportunity to stay up to date on new technology, learn what’s next, and discover best practices. There will be a mixture of live sessions as well as […]
Developing in a new environment with a new language can be intimidating. Every environment has its own quirks and nuances that might dissuade a developer from learning how to develop for a new platform. This article is intended to be a primer for developers that have experience developing ArcGIS apps on other platforms that would […]
It is not uncommon for organizations to supplement their GIS data with aerial imagery captured from a manned aircraft or drone. This perspective may come as an after-thought to some, being procured after a GIS program has already been established; however, for the Sandestin Owners Association, aerial imagery came before their GIS. Three years ago, […]
GEO Jobe was founded in 1999 and first became an Esri Silver Partner in 2002. Over the last two decades GEO Jobe has seen massive growth in employees, revenue, product offerings, and overall global impact. Currently, GEO Jobe serves nearly 8,000 organizations that are all also Esri customers. As a result of this growth, it […]
Have you ever hired someone to build a solution for you, only to get something that didn’t quite meet your needs? Perhaps you have gotten through a notable portion of the development cycle in a project, only to realize the requirements weren’t clear enough at the start. Maybe you’ve struggled with determining how to define […]