Jack Dangermond, founder of the 45-year-old mapping software company Esri, thinks every businessperson needs more geospatial awareness. In Jack Dangermond’s world, an interactive map is worth 100 charts. He’s biased, of course. The privately-held geographic information systems (GIS) company that Dangermond founded 45 years ago with his wife—Esri, or Environmental […]
Susan Cutter, a geography professor at the University of South Carolina, discusses the use of GIS in emergency management and the ‘why of the where’ when working with maps. Read more…..
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) and Esri, two of the most authoritative mapping sources in the country, have partnered to put the rich tapestry of US historical maps into the hands of everyone. The USGS Historical Topographic Map Explorer app brings to life more than 178,000 maps dating from […]
LIGIS has set up a GItHub site at https://github.com/LIGIS
In this five-lesson project, you’ll take a trip to Venice using ArcGIS Pro. You’ll build a two-dimensional map of the city and populate it with canals, structures, and some of Venice’s most famous landmarks. Then, you’ll convert the map into a three-dimensional scene. You’ll analyze and quantify the threat of acqua alta, before finally sharing your work online.
3D Robotics, the leading North American drone company across both consumer and enterprise channels, recently announced the launch of the new 3DR Mapping Platforms
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LIGIS has affiliated itself with the NYS GIS Association!
Esri staff address a variety of PostgreSQL specific configuration and optimization techniques for enterprise geodatabase administrators.