A few weeks ago Blue Marble launched it’s BeyondGeo.com service.Jeff Cole, Blue Marble president, offers some insight into how this new offering will affect Blue Marble and the GIS community.
Conventional wisdom once dictated that an application should only be able to utilize certain proprietary file formats.Mapping software that reads numerous file formats is inherently more valuable to consumers.
Intergraph recently set up it’s GIS division as a seperate business segment.This makes it much easier to track the companies performance in the GIS market.We take a look at First Quarter 2001.
Leica recently announced the acquisition of ERDAS and LH Systems.Adena Schutzberg offers her analysis on this piece of big GIS news.
Adena Schutzberg invited Kim Davis, Director, Marketing and Product Management, GIS Division at Autodesk, to explain that company’s outlook.
Microsoft’s release of MapPoint 2002 marks the third version of its popular desktop mapping product.Joseph Schwartz shares the details of MapPoint 2002 from a pre-release interview today with members of the MapPoint development team.
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
AllSource Analysis, a company focused on the extraction and interpretation of information from satellite imagery, is concentrating on the commercial markets of energy and finance. But as CEO Stephen Wood points out, the volume of satellite information available is going to explode in the coming years and all businesses will need to better understand the opportunities provided by these new space-borne sensors....