Tag: geospatial

Announcing Spring Workshops and Training for ArcGIS Developers

GIS and Geospatial Developers have an opportunity to get hands-on training in ArcGIS with Python, ArcGIS Server API for JavaScript, and Web AppBuilder with no Coding NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Feb. 1, 2017 –  — GEO Jobe, a leading developer of GIS solutions and enterprise cloud services for ArcGIS, ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Enterprise is pleased to partner with Geospatial Training Solutions to bring several in-class workshops to GIS professionals and developers in Nashville, Tennessee and Biloxi, Mississippi. There’s no better time than now to enhance your skills in Programming ArcGIS! Since 2005, Geospatial Training Services has provided high quality...

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Сurrent weather and satellite layers for your map application by Openweathermap

What if we combine current weather maps with satellite imagery layers to compare the real look providing by satellite and the modeling data? This basic example shows you the option of satellite and weather maps combination and visualization on the one Leaflet map.All currently available data sets, also including snow, wind, precipitation and clouds can be connected to the map to extend this application and make your desirable satellite-weather combination.As a satellite layer, in this example, we used NASA GIBS imagery, yet we’re looking forward to provide this kind of imagery directly through the VANE platform additional to Landsat...

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GeoMarvel and GEO Jobe, Announce MapLapse in Esri’s ArcGIS Marketplace

Discover imagery in ArcGIS Online with MapLapse! Create time lapse map images, share, download and save them. Powered by ArcGIS Online NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Jan. 16, 2017 – GeoMarvel, an Esri Emerging Business Partner, and GEO Jobe, a Silver Esri Business Partner, have announced the release of MapLapse, a cutting-edge application using critical technologies to solve a real world problem. Use MapLapse as a professional tool to look into any landcover or land use change genre. It can also be used for planning and zoning, utilities, environmental groups, GIS organizations, solution providers, local government, research / education and more....

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The Free and Open Source Software For Geospatial (FOSS4G) conference is coming to Boston

FOSS4G 2017 Empowered by Open Source Boston August 14-19 2017   You’re invited! The Free and Open Source Software For Geospatial (FOSS4G) conference is coming to Boston, Massachusetts, USA on August 14-19, 2017.  This conference is hosted annually by the Open Source Geospatial Foundation(OSGeo).  Last year’s conference in Bonn, Germany had about 1,000 attendees from 40 countries. Don’t miss the chance to attend this global event in the USA! The conference is for developers, users, decision-makers, researchers and anyone else interested in free and open source geospatial information technology. Share Learn Connect Collaborate Six days of workshops, presentations, discussions, social...

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7th Annual Los Angeles Geospatial Summit

USC SPATIAL SCIENCES INSTITUTE TO HOST 7TH ANNUAL LA GEOSPATIAL SUMMIT AT USC RADISSON HOTEL University of Southern California will gather geospatial industry professionals (Esri, BAE Systems, US Military Academy & more) & students from six SoCal universities to examine trends in Geospatial Science   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Los Angeles, CA) – John P. Wilson, Professor and Director, USC Spatial Sciences Institute, and the Program Committee of the Los Angeles Geospatial Summit have announced the details of their hallmark one-day conference: The Seventh Annual Los Angeles Geospatial Summit will take place at the USC Radisson Hotel (3540 S Figueroa Street...

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DGI 2017

DGI is the only European large-scale annual meeting for military and civilian geospatial intelligence agency leaders. Interactive conference sessions and new exhibitors provide a unique opportunity for 500+ geospatial intelligence experts from over 50 different nations and agencies to benchmark, network and test new technology. Confirmed speakers include: Matt Roper, Chief, JISR, NCIA Major General James Hockenhull, Director, Cyber, Information and Integration, Defence Intelligence, UK MoD Dustin Gard-Weiss, Director, Office of National Geospatial Management, US National Geospatial Intelligence Agency Pascal Legai, Director, European Union Satellite Centre Brigadier General Paul Hurmuz, Chairman, NATO Geo Board, International Military Staff, NATO Providing...

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VESTRA’s GeoSystems Monitor Now Available on ArcGIS Marketplace

VESTRA Resources, Inc. is happy to announce the availability of GeoSystems Monitor for ArcGIS℠ Online on Esri’s ArcGIS Marketplace. GeoSystems Monitor for ArcGIS℠ Online allows your ArcGIS Online Administrator (or other ArcGIS Online User) to receive instant alerts pinpointing issues when your maps or services fail, helping you to get back online before users call. CORE FEATURES: Real-Time Performance Monitoring of ArcGIS Online Web Maps & Apps Instant Text and/or Email Alerts Rapidly Pinpoint Issues Charts, Graphs & Historical Database Customized User Interface Affected User Identification Easy Installation & Setup Be Proactive Rather Than Reactive! What are you waiting...

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UN-GGIM: Europe research identifies 14 core INSPIRE themes for global SDGs

The scope of geospatial data extends far beyond environmental, social and economic analysis, a study by UN-GIMM: Europe has found. Research by the regional committee of experts shows that information about location also plays a key role in implementing policy to help address a wide range of concerns at regional, national and global level. The report, which is the first deliverable of the Working Group on core data, has identified 14 INSPIRE themes which can support the UN’s sustainable development goals (SDGs) and meet user needs for authoritative, harmonized and homogeneous framework core data. UN-GGIM: Europe will now contribute...

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