News and Analysis
The White House is keeping busy. In two separate efforts the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) is reviewing geospatial technology initiatives in earth observation systems and in disaster response and recovery.
On July 18th, the OSTP released a report...Read more
Survey India 2014, July 9-10 in Delhi, first of its kind conference and exhibition on land survey and mapping focused on the new and upcoming equipments for surveying. Initiated with the objective to bring together the government departments, PSUs and industry users of land survey...Read more
Following the first official day of summer, many areas in the United States are approaching their highest temperatures for the year. To give you a better idea of the warmest time of year for your area, NCDC has created a new “Warmest Day of the Year” map for the contiguous United...Read more
The Geospatial Information &Technology Association (GITA) is offering new services to members and wants former members to take another look at what it can do to support them as GIS professionals.
GITA has taken the bold step of opening up its archives of...Read more
No less than three speakers in the morning session of the Senior Executive Seminar at the Esri User Conference spoke on the need for an open data policy for emergency response.
Dr. Kathryn Sullivan, the undersecretary for Oceans and Atmosphere of the Department...Read more