University of Texas at Dallas (press release) Criminologist, GIS Specialist Kicks off New EPPS Speaker Series University of Texas at Dallas (press release) An expert in policing and regulation, Wood often combines the fields of geographic...
What's next for GIS: The fourth dimension GCN.com What's next for GIS: The fourth dimension. By Patrick Marshall; Oct 21, 2013. What are the next big steps in GIS analysis? James Hipple, GIS adviser to USDA's Risk Management Agency, points to two.
Combining multiple datasets into the same application or database for visualization and analysis has become common practice in nearly every industry today. This practice is typically done by centrally integrating existing public data from disparate sources that facilitates new analyses to be conducted more efficiently and at a lower cost. This practice has become particularly vital for those preparing for, monitoring, and responding to emergencies, natural hazard events, and disasters.
Spar Point Group Global remote sensing market to hit $12.1 billion by 2019 Spar Point Group The global market for remote sensing products is expected to reach $7.6 billion this year and grow to $8.1 billion in 2014, according to the study, which...
An independent benchmarking study, published on Monday, into the accuracy of traffic jam information provided by after-market navigation systems in the U.S. has concluded that TomT
Claudia Abreu's insight:
Universidade de Michigan avalia 6 dos mobile apps mais popularese navegadores com GPS para analizar precisão na informação de congestionamentos de tráfego e dados de incidentes.A informação apresentada pela TomTom alcançou os melhores resultados.
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