Think that old computer collecting dust has seen it’s glory days? You may be surprised to learn that these old junkers can be turned into GIS supercomputers.Bill Thoen explains.
Director of Technology Projects for Michael Baker Corporation.Jane provides insight into the use of GIS by HUD and the Department of Justice.
South Florida journalist builds affordable GIS system for large news operation
A one-hour public television program spearheaded by GITA and funded by several GIS and technology companies.
John Sailor was a founding principal and Senior Vice-President of Boston-based Geonetics.
Mapping software alone is useful in many applications and handheld GPS units are very popular with consumers, but the real power of these technologies emerges when they are integrated into geospatial analysis solutions
Directions Magazine Editor Bill Huber asked the Internet GIS community how much consultants charge for GIS services.He learned more than just the range of hourly rates.
There are plenty of geographic search engines to choose from.Find out what separates Lasoo.com from the crowd.
GIS Processor and Technician for TerraPoint LLC
Lack of compatibility has stalled the widespread implementation of wireless data services.A wireless MS Windows could be the answer.
An e-mail from the folks at GitHub (though we'd already seen the buzz on Twitter) announces new mapping visualization on that platform. (Not sure what GitHub is? See Directions Magazine coverage.) TL;DR: commit a .geojson file to a repository, and GitHub will render any points, lines, or polygons as an interactive map, complete with custom markers and tool tips. Plus, we're using MapBox under the hood, so every thing's...