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.
Author: Ross Baldwin
There’s a scene in Independence Day: Resurgence where Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay Sands hotel gets blown to bits. Hundreds of cars along the nearby Esplanade Bridge get sucked into the sky. It’s alien Armageddon.
But before extraterrestrials could destroy Singapore, Hollywood had to build its cityscape—a 3D version of it, at least.
As economic centers grow in size and importance, determining their boundaries has become more crucial. Where do you fall on the map?
Earn an Advanced Graduate GIS Certificate in one-year at Stony Brook University
Presentations and photos from the fall conference at Stony Brook University. We had over 92 in attendance!!!
YouTube videos: This is a Schematic design style, focusing on usability by taking into account cognitive load and capacity.
Long Island GIS 2015 Fall User Conference on Wednesday November 18th at Stony Brook University – Wang Center Theatre
NOAA announces new Datum is coming in 2022
NYS GIS Association Individual Awards program is being conducted with Finalists to be recognized at the NYGeoCon in October. Also, the NYS GIS Association announces a new award this year – the GIS Applications Award.
Long Island GIS Spring 2015 User Conference on April 30th, 2015 at Brookhaven National Lab in Berkner Hall (Bldg 488) It’s easy to register and best of all – it’s FREE! CLICK here to Register Special Note: Bring ID as you must sign in at the front gate and obtain a visitors pass to gain access. *Outside […]