Technology/Software

NCGIS Conference – Get the App…

Mobile devices and social media—we know you love them. That’s why we created a mobile app just for you. The “NCGIS” app will turn your mobile device into a NCGIS2017 Batman utility belt. See a video for the app at our Twitter feed (@ncgisconference) or go to http://ncgisconference.com and select a link to the Google or Apple store for the free NCGIS app. The NCGIS App contains the full confe... »

12/6/16 @ 11AM – Open Source GIS Groups Lunch Meet-Up!

We will meet at Neomonde’s Market at 11AM. Everyone is welcome, lunch is on your on. Please let us know you are planning to attend so we can look for you:)   »

GRASS GIS Raleigh meetup, November 5th, Hunt Library at NC State

Interested in using GRASS GIS as a geospatial processing backend? Or for reproducible research with Python? Or as a surprisingly powerful desktop GIS? Then come to the November GRASS GIS Raleigh meetup which will be specifically focused on getting newcomers started with anything ranging from using GRASS GIS to programing and contributing. The meetup is planned for Saturday, November 5. Meet in 450... »

GRASS GIS 6.4.5 released

From the SCGIS listserve today: We are pleased to announce the new stable release of GRASS GIS 6.4.5 After months of development the GRASS GIS 6.4.5 release is now available. This is a stability release of the GRASS GIS 6 line. Source code download: http://grass.osgeo.org/grass64/source/ http://grass.osgeo.org/grass64/source/grass-6.4.5.tar.gz Binaries download: http://grass.osgeo.org/download/sof... »

Movement Ecology Tools for ArcGIS – Upgraded for 10.3

From the SCGIS listserve, I know many use these tools. Hi all, I’ve just posted a new version of the Movement Ecology Tools for ArcGIS extension which now works with ArcMap 10.3  (available at www.movementecology.net). It also has a few bug fixes and new Geofencing tool. thanks, Jake Jake Wall walljcg@gmail.com »

New Laptop Hardware Specs-What I Bought & Why

Thanks to everyone on LinkedIN and in other forums that gave me input. A few caveats: Those who do a specific type of a job would have different requirements. For example: Remote Sensors would have vastly different needs than programmers. I am an individual consultant, so I could be doing any type of work at any level. Performance is my biggest cost vampire, and for me that directly translates int... »

Google Hangouts TAG page

This is the Google Hangouts web page. If you are a member of TAG, add it to your Google+ circle and you will get the feed. This is the YouTube Channel for presentations. TAG Events that are marked as ‘having no physical location’ will be hosted via Google/YouTube.   »

NC GIS Conference Schedule is LIVE!

Get the details on sessions, speakers and all the cool things that will be at the NC GIS Conference February 25-27th here. http://2015ncgisconference.sched.org/ »

9/18! Free TAG Workshop: Data Driven Pages – Best Practices for Highest Functionality

Data Driven Pages – Best Practices for Highest Functionality (GISP CEUs .075) To register: Send email to kathi@spatialanalysisinc.com. Seating is limited so attendees will be on a first come/first serve basis. This workshop will demo a sophisticated use of Data Driven Pages, and demo lots of tips and tricks for customizing the DDP document extensively. Whether you are a beginner and/or just thinki... »

Live Webinar Today – AGOL Elevation Analysis

Live Training Seminar today! Elevation Analysis with ArcGIS Online Click here for details. »

US official sees approval for higher resolution commercial imagery

May 20 (Reuters) – The U.S. government will eventually approve a bid by commercial space imagery provider DigitalGlobe Inc to sell higher resolution satellite images, the head of the U.S. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency said on Tuesday. See full Reuter’s Article here. »

USGS New Hydrography Tools

USGS New Hydrography Tools This reported by http://www.gisuser.com/ USGS has a new way of displaying geospatial datafeeds of their hydrography dataset – New Hydro Tools: The USGS has released a web-based geospatial services known as the Hydrography Event Management (HEM) Tools that allow users to create, edit, and display geospatial markers, called Events, that are referenced to the National... »

My ESRI – Coming in July

ESRI has announced a major revamp of their website to be launched in July. “My Esri is a website where you can manage all aspects of your relationship with Esri in a single place. You can easily and quickly find information and tools you need, such as available downloads and updates, authorization information, service requests, and more. My Esri will consolidate functionality from several ex... »

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