Blue Marble Geographics announces its first Global Mapper public training classes to be held in Australia during the week of August 27th in Melbourne Australia.
Blue Marble Geographics announces that their contracted product offering can now be accessed from the General Services Administration (GSA) Advantage and Ebuy Websites. All government buyers can now purchase Blue Marble software directly from the GSA Advantage. As a contracted vendor, government organizations can feel comfortable knowing they are not only getting an incredibly accurate, robust product, but they are receiving this product at the best possible price.
Blue Marble Geographics will be exhibiting at the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence (US GEOINT) Symposium in San Antonio, TX from October 17th through October 19th, 2011. Visit Booth 1222 to learn about the latest updates to the Blue Marble Desktop version 2.3, released earlier this year.
Confirming the accuracy of as-built plans for recently buried fiber optic, gas and electric lines has become much simpler and more efficient with the aid of the Ashtech ProMark 500 GNSS receiver and a new EdiPocket GIS software module. SIEA, a French association that manages energy, communication, electricity and gas networks for the 419 communes of the Ain department in eastern France, has found the innovative new method both simple and efficient, and it expects that it can lead to improved contractor performance.
NIPIStroyTEK, a civil engineering firm based in Moscow, has contracted with Microsoft to purchase an UltraCamLp digital aerial photogrammetric camera system. The transaction was handled by Pergam, a diversified trading company with offices in Russia, Switzerland and the United States.
The Esri Petroleum User Group Conference (PUG) will meet April 18–21, 2011, in Houston, Texas, to showcase the applications and innovations of geographic information system (GIS) technology for oil, gas, and alternative energy.
MundoGEO Group is promoting MundoGEO#Connect event in São Paulo in June. The expectation is to receive more than 3,000 professionals in MundoGEO#Connect, among specialists, decision makers, data producers, application developers, content providers and users of geoinformation in general. T