- ET GeoWizards 12.0 for Windows released.
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- What’s New in the Next SuperGIS Spatial Statistical Analyst
- SuperSurv Selected by Agricultural Company Socfinco
- ThinkGeo Releases Map Suite 10.0 with Cross-platform support, and Other New Features
- 3D Repo Cloud Platform adds Integrated Virtual Reality Functionality
- Pointfuse Point Cloud Software Transforms Design of Construction in London
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GIS and remote sensing have been used to predict likely regions where caves can be found. GIS is also useful for estimating volume of cave area that are affected by erosional processes.
GIS has emerged as an essential analysis and communication tool for the Oregon BLM in general, and its sage-grouse conservation efforts in particular.
GIS and other geospatial technologies are being used to monitor livestock, understand the role that cattle play in climate change, and estimate biofuel.
Progress has been made on developing GIS and GPS technology capable of interpreting natural language and voice commands.