In response to the growing number of large organizations incorporating geotagged photos into their daily workflows, GeoSpatial Experts has introduced Enterprise and Floating Licenses in the latest release of GPS-Photo Link photo mapping software. In addition, GPS-Photo Link 5.1 offers improved large project management capabilities and enhanced reporting functionality.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Emergency Field Office in Lake Village, Ark., is relying on geotagged photos and photo-mapping software to help repair crews quickly reach the precise locations of levee seeps during the historic Mississippi River flooding of 2011.
Esri released the new version of ArcGIS Explorer Desktop, the free GIS viewer that gives users an easy way to explore, visualize, and share GIS information. The latest build of ArcGIS Explorer Desktop now has integrated GPS capability, enhanced support for querying features, and a new feature that allows users to add geotagged photos directly to a map.
Magellan, a pioneering GPS brand, announced it’s re-entering the GIS market with the eXplorist Pro 10, a rugged, lightweight and waterproof GPS handheld device specifically designed for GPS/GIS data collection.