We will be holding our 2012 Conference on May 11, 2012 at Brookhaven National Lab. The agenda and vendor information are in this article.
On May 11, 2011 at the LIGIS Conference Bill Timmins from GIS Services will do a presentation that will provide examples of the integration of GIS/GPS cameras and digital pen solutions for feature data capture and access in the field.
We have a new presentation lined up for our May 11th Conference at Brookhaven National Labs. The presentation description is below: “The Use of Modeling to Optimize the Implementation of Transit Signal Priority in Lower Manhattan” Mark Yedlin Director of Simulation Modeling Services Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. Summary: This presentation describes a modeling effort to resolve […]
Python as you already know is a programming language that is included in default installations of ArcGIS. There are many ways that you can learn how to use this language, some free and some not. I have put together a list of some training resources below: ESRI has web tutorials […]
In 2006, Monroe County flew a LiDAR elevation model for various utility or transportation improvement projects. Until a few years ago, most of this data was only available to the GIS group. The problem is, while ArcGIS can handle the size of the data, most of our consultants could not, […]
CARL FRANZEN MARCH 8, 2012, 4:15 PM Talking Points Memo One major new feature of the new iPad unveiled by Apple in San Francisco on Wednesday was a new version of the company’s photo editing software iPhotodeveloped specifically for iOS, Apple’s mobile operating system. Apple showed off how iPhoto for iOS can be used to […]
I have been playing around with open source mapping software and utilities. The reason I have been doing this is because I am not able to pay licensing fees in order to experiment with online mapping and because now I can. I can because these tools have become much easier […]