We are looking to update the Long Island GIS logo. Do you think you have a slick idea that will knock the socks off of the User Group. Please submit logo ideas to LIGISinfo@gmail.com for a chance to win (TBD).
Author: Ross Baldwin
Part 1 – List of 600+ government ArcGIS servers with open data Earlier this year I posted two pdf files with internet addresses for federal and state ArcGIS servers with open data. That work has now been combined into a single pdf file. In addition, internet addresses for various regional, […]
The Winter Olympics’ first-ever drone light show has earned Intel the title from Guinness World Records for the “most unmanned aerial vehicles airborne simultaneously.”
To further the advancement of the geospatial tradecraft, USGIF is dedicated to assist promising students studying GEOINT, geospatial sciences, and related fields.
Are you interested in being a presenter as part of our NYS GIS Association Webinar series?
The Kids’ Well-being Indicators Clearinghouse (KWIC), developed by CCF, is designed to advance the use of children’s health, education and well-being indicators as a tool for policy development, planning, and accountability. Interactive and online since 2002.
The U.S. Census Bureau will be providing a Technical Workshop on the Local Update of Census Addresses ( LUCA ) Program on Tuesday, Dec 5th
The Geographic Information Gateway (Gateway) is a legislatively mandated (ECL Article 14…see section 14-0111, #4) ) data portal that is managed by the NY Department of State, Office of Planning and Development. It provides easy access to geospatial data for a broad spectrum of users from GIS professionals (published MapServices and download functionality) to decision-makers and the public with a map viewer and story maps.
Authoritative GIS data and tools should be easy to discover, understand and available for use by all. The ShareGIS Team has embarked on an initiative to build the ShareGIS environment in answer to the need for a statewide GIS Platform.
The GeoSpatial Data Act establishes a clear vision, assigns responsibility, provides authority and ensures oversight by Congress of federal geospatial activities. These improvements will help ensure that the United States is able to build and sustain a robust national spatial data infrastructure (NSDI). Support of this legislation is a critical step toward building more resilient communities by ensuring they will have access to the consistent high-quality data they need.