Spectrum Spatial from Pitney Bowes is a modular and extremely flexible solution for location intelligence applications. In this interview with Clarence Hempfield the director for Global Product Strategy you will learn about how Spectrum Spatial can integrate with your existing business intelligence solution.
In this interview with Jim Steiner, Oracle’s vice president for product management of server technologies, extensive details are provided about the new spatial functionality included with Oracle Database 12c. Steiner provides information on how multitenancy, the fundamental technology that clouds use to share IT resources cost-efficiently and securely, is extended to a database system. Additional details about new Oracle Spatial features include information on a new raster algebra language, new performance enhancer, 3D and network operations performed inside Oracle Database, and the new release of MapViewer with client-based HTML5 support.
Welcome to another Directions Magazine podcast today sponsored by Esri. The Esri Education GIS Conference will be held from July 6-9 in San Diego, in conjunction with Esri’s International User Conference. The event inspires educators to maximize their investment in GIS through user presentations, free technical workshops and student success stories. In today's podcast, Directions Magazine interviewed Mr. David Dibiase, Director of Education, and Ms. Angie Lee, an industry marketing manager for Esri education. We discuss the explosive growth of GIS education and what’s in store for the conference this year.
Welcome to another Directions Magazine podcast sponsored by Intergraph. In this interview with John Graham, president of Intergraph's Security, Government and Infrastructure (SG&I) Division, editor in chief Joe Francica discusses the opportunities in geospatial technology that Intergraph will pursue and how the company is structured for growth within the next 2-5 years.
Geospatial technology and energy management seem to be intertwined in so many operational and strategic areas for utilities. In today's Directions Magazine podcast, Editor in Chief Joe Francica interviews Oracle's Brad Williams, vice president of the company's global business unit, to discuss how utility companies are leveraging geospatial information to managing everything from smart grid technology to outage management.
Welcome to another Directions Media podcast sponsored by Intergraph. We’ll be speaking today with John Graham, president of Intergraph’s Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I) Division, and he’ll be telling us more about the upcoming Hexagon 2012 conference this year in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Hotel.
Major Andrew Williams from the British Army discusses DataMan, a GIS solution developed using Esri’s ArcGIS for Server and ArcGIS API for Flex. DataMan provides military commanders with the most up-to-date situational awareness and intelligence for better decision making. (Part one of a two-part series).
Alex Philp, CEO of TerraEchos, concludes his discussion on how his organization uses Esri’s ArcGIS for Server to harness the power of the sensor web and transmit large amounts of data. (Part four of a four-part series).
Alex Philp, CEO of TerraEchos, continues to discuss how his organization uses Esri’s ArcGIS for Server to harness the power of the sensor web and transmit large amounts of data. (Part three of a four-part series). Part one of this series ran during weeks 9/26 and 10/3 (podcast #91). Part two ran during weeks 11/7 and 11/14 (podcast #94). Part 4 will run as podcast #96 for the weeks of 12/5 and 12/12.
Alex Philp, CEO of TerraEchos, continues to discuss how his organization uses Esri's ArcGIS for Server to harness the power of the sensor web and transmit large amounts of data. (Part two of a four-part series). Part one of this series ran during weeks 9/26/11 and 10/3/11 (podcast #91). We plan to run the remaining podcasts in the upcoming weeks.
Last week, just as many in the United States were getting used to commercial use of unmanned aerial systems (drones) in spite of a Federal Aviation Administration ban, a judge decided that the FAA does not, in fact, have such laws on the books. For a brief moment, perhaps, the ban was lifted. But it was quickly put back in place when the FAA appealed. What is going on in the Wild West of U.S. UAS use?...