Recent GIS Industry News

Data for the future – “Will sensors determine the digital infrastructure?”

By on April 23, 2014

Berlin/Karlsruhe, 14 April 2014. Regular exhibitors, members of the INTERGEO Advisory Board, organisers HINTE GmbH and host DVW e.V. came together at this year’s INTERGEO Round Table in Berlin. Experts agree that the digital infrastructures we need are not so much a technical problem as an organisational challenge. Whether it’s the energy revolution, megacities or […]

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Aligned Assets Bring AddressBase Premium Compatibility to Cambridge Fire and Rescue Service

By on April 22, 2014

Woking, Surrey 22nd April 2014 – Gazetteer specialists Aligned Assets are pleased to announced that after a competitive tender process, Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service have selected the Symphony Bluelight corporate gazetteer management system for the management of their Ordnance Survey’s AddressBase Premium data.   Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service have been using the precursor […]

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The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, Timmons Group, and SRRN Games Launch New Stormwater Game for Earth Day

By on April 22, 2014

Richmond, Va. – April 21, 2014 – The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, Timmons Group, and SRRN Games are excited to celebrate Earth Day 2014 with the release of their online stormwater game titled “Stormwater Sentries.”  The game, created for the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, and promotes awareness of the environmental impact from stormwater […]

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Supergeo Extends Platinum Partnership with Helix S.r.l. in Italy

By on April 21, 2014

Supergeo Technologies, a leading global provider of GIS software and solutions, announce the renewed partnership with Helix S.r.l., Italy, for assisting more Italian and European users in professional GIS applications.   Helix S.r.l. has provided professional GIS solutions for almost a decade. Its service range crosses various areas, including civil protection safety, land management, geospatial […]

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Big Water Consulting Launches New Initiative to Introduce Power of GIS to Nonprofits

By on April 17, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SEATTLE, April 2, 2014 – Big Water Consulting is launching its Spatial Data Initiative with a kickoff event, Charting a Course and Telling your Story: Maps and Data Workshop for Nonprofits on Thursday, May 8 at 10:00am. Program managers, marketing staff and development officers will explore the data and mapping tools that […]

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Superior Public Bike System with SuperGIS Desktop 3.2

By on April 16, 2014

Supergeo Technologies, a leading global provider of GIS software and solutions, assists KaohsiungCity in analyzing superior network, like locations and routes, of the public bike system. The usage efficiency is increased with SuperGIS Desktop 3.2, helping the administrators and citizens conveniently use the public transportation system for better life quality.   As environment and wellness […]

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Yotta Horizons Software Helps Municipal Authority Enhance Asset Management

By on April 16, 2014

Horizons software is helping English local authority Telford and Wrekin Council reengineer their approach to highway asset management. The visualised asset management solution from Yotta will be used to provide organisation wide access to essential highway data informing decision making and forward planning. Aspirations for the newly implemented solution also include the addition of asset […]

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ZEB1 Hand Held Laser Scanner on US Tour

By on April 15, 2014

The world’s first truly mobile, hand held, rapid laser mapping system is taking to the road with a tour of East Coast of America.  Commencing on the 27th May 2014 in Boston, Massachusetts with further dates in Virginia and Florida, the ZEB1 roadshow gives the opportunity for anyone with an interest in laser mapping to […]

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Bluesky’s National Tree Map Helps UK Authority Map Trees

By on April 15, 2014

A detailed digital map of tree canopy cover is helping the UK’s Central Bedfordshire Council gain an understanding of how many trees are on land under control of the Council’s Housing Department. A study, undertaken by specialist consultancy company Landscape Planning Ltd, compared the Bluesky National Tree Map data with layers from the Council’s Geographical […]

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Real-time mapping can tighten Australia’s ports, says US expert

By on April 14, 2014

Real-time mapping technology used at a United States’ super-port could help Australia’s national security agencies crack down on crime in the nation’s major docks – according to a leading international specialist. Terry Bills – transportation expert with global Geographic Information System (GIS) giant Esri – is in Australia to reveal how the technology has already […]

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