- Introducing the ohsome OSM History Analytics Platform
- GeoSLAM to Demo Time & Cost Saving 3D Mobile Laser Scanners for Construction Applications at 2018 AGC Convention
- Maptitude 2018 is Available Now
- Zero-Coding Web GIS Designer – SuperGIS Web Mapper Update
- EuroGeographics announces new additions to open data for 2018
- Pitney Bowes Simplifies and Accelerates Data Accessibility with New Software and Data Marketplace
- Satellite Derived Bathymetry from TCarta Plays Key Role in Aquaculture Siting Project
- Request for Proposals (Planning Tool Upgrade)
- Esri Marketplace App for ArcGIS Online Admins Reaches Milestone With Over 4,000 Provisions
- ICAROS Uses TatukGIS SDK to Develop Integrated Aerial Geospatial Data Viewer
High altitude pseudo-satellites (HAPS) are systems or platforms that usually float or operate for long periods, sometimes for months, at about 20 km above the Earth’s surface and can be potentially used to complement earth observation satellites.
Upcoming GIS, remote sensing, and geography events, conferences, and webinars.
In addition to studying historic burial sites, GIS has also been shown to be effective in managing modern cemeteries, particularly as space becomes an increasing problem in densely populated regions.
Olivia Harne discusses the need for adequate documentation by project members when developing online GIS applications.