Tag: GIS

Evolve! New techs for developer GIS, meet the latest SuperGIS Engine 3.3

Supergeo Technologies, a global provider of complete GIS software and solutions, officially released SuperGIS Engine 3.3 for global GIS developers to customize GIS applications, meeting diverse demands in various fields.

Incorporate Spatial Thinking into Scientific Research

Scientific data that's spatially analyzed produces highly useful information for academics, scientists, and other researchers, helping them answer questions and make well-informed decisions.

Esri Launches Worldwide Storytelling with Maps Contest

Mappers everywhere who harness the power of geographic information system (GIS) technology to tell their stories can now enter Esri's Storytelling with Maps Contest.

SuperGeo releases SuperGIS Server 3.2

SuperGIS Server is designed to help users share GIS data in many ways, and a better version of SuperGIS Server 3.2 just released this week.

Esri and Safe Software Release Common Framework for Data Exchange

Esri and Safe Software have paired to develop and openly share a Common Information Model (CIM) template for data exchange.

Blue Marble to Conduct Global Mapper Workshop at AAG Meeting

Blue Marble Geographics announces that it will be conducting a workshop at the Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois.

Learn How to Use ArcGIS from Esri for Inspecting Utility Assets

Esri offers a standard set of templates that include maps, apps, and tools that support water, electric, gas, and telecommunication industry workflows.

Collierville, Tennessee now has Esri Small Government Enterprise License Agreement

Without the big budgets of larger governments, towns like Collierville, Tennessee (pop. 43,000), often contend with older legacy software. 

Leica offers major version of its CORS Solution

With the release of the Leica Spider software suite v5, Leica Geosystems offers users a major new version of its CORS solution.

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