There are more high resolution maps of the Moon and Mars, than the seafloor. Largely because of high costs and challenges at every stage of data gathering and processing. However, GIS-driven technological innovations have the power to change this with improved navigation and positioning systems and geoprocessing in real time for faster accurate surveys.
Esri recently announced that versions 10.3 for its ArcGIS Desktop and Enterprise Administration Associate technical exams are now available. For ArcGIS Desktop, 10.3 version exams are available or will shortly become available for all three levels: Entry, Associates, and Professional. In addition, Enterprise Geodata and System Design exams have been updated. In contrast, Esri’s […]
Esri has launched ArcGIS Open Data as a portal for users to search, download, and visualize open data: Since July 2014, more than 1,200 organizations from all levels of government, including the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), and the cities of Raleigh, North Carolina; Tampa, Florida; Charlotte, North Carolina; and Muroran, Japan, have used Esri’s ArcGIS Open Data to configure […]
Esri recently announced the release of ArcGIS 10.3. Brian Peterson and Robby Deming from Esri provide some insights in what the latest release of ArcGIS brings. At version 10.3, ArcGIS continues to innovate and push the science of geography and GIS. This release includes a series of new apps […]
Esri has posted a survey soliciting input on the annual Esri User Conference agenda. The survey is short and can be taken in five minutes. It asks a series of questions about how the agenda is presented (mobile, online, paper, etc.) and accessed. The answers are confidential and the only […]