News and Analysis
As early as April 2014, NOAA will discontinue printing its lithographic nautical charts in favor of its increasingly popular digital versions. Directions Magazine interviewed Ted Florence, president of Avenza Systems, about the move to digital.
A seminar hosted by Rep. Louise Slaughter, D-Fairport, [NY] focused on the need to replace scientists nearing reaching retirement age and on new jobs in the expanding field of geospatial science.
“The jobs are very plentiful and the students are in great,...Read more
Rich Schultz, Program Director, Applied Geospatial Sciences Graduate Program at Elmhurst College School for Professional Studies shares:
At Elmhurst College, in suburban Chicago, we're launching a new entirely online Graduate Program in Applied Geospatial...Read more
The Geospatial Information Agency, in close partnership with Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) and Esri Indonesia launched the ITB-Esri Community Centre in order to facilitate the development of the geospatial industry through synergies between the...Read more
The University of Sothern California Spatial Sciences Institute this fall launched a Bachelor of Science degree in geodesign. The new major trains students in design, planning, geographic information science (GIS) and geospatial technologies. It also provides students with valuable...Read more