NovaROC Canada's best on-line registry for staking claims
Launched in August 2013, Nova Scotia's NovaROC system is the latest project to be successfully completed by Pacific GeoTech Systems Ltd. (PGTS). The NovaROC system modernizes the Registry of Mineral and Petroleum Titles by providing more timely access to mineral rights information and enables clients to acquire and manage mineral rights over the Internet. PGTS is one of Canada's leading
Survey of India to map hazard line on Indian coast
The Survey of India is undertaking an Integrated Coastal Zone Mapping of the entire 6,000 odd km of India’s coastline as part of the hazard line mapping being taken up by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Surveyor General of India Swarna Subba Rao said. Speaking at the National Symposium on Remote Sensing and GIS for Environment with special emphasis on Marine and Coastal Dynamics
Esri Introduces ArcGIS for Electric and Gas
Custom Solutions Provide Maps and Apps for Outage Management and Customer ServiceRedlands, California—December 4, 2013—Esri today announced the release of ArcGIS for Electric and ArcGIS for Gas—ready-to-use maps and apps designed for utilities. Both are freely available to Esri customers. Developers and utility experts at Esri spent years studying industry needs and trends to come up with
‘The Nerdy Nurse’ shares secrets for adapting to technology
Well-known blogger shows how computers and gadgets can improve patient care, ease nurses’ lives INDIANAPOLIS — According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), the current median age of nurses in the United States is 46. This means most nurses didn’t grow up with computers, smartphones, tablets, GPS or any of the other modern-day technologies they’re faced with today.
Time to visualise cadastre in 3D
The world we live in includes multi-level constructions and underground structures which are three dimensional in nature...Read More
Overcoming the GIS paradox
Monitoring change as it happens
Responding to climate change, whether natural or induced, requires constant monitoring of key indicators..Read More
GIS data management - What works?
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Meeting the Environment Agency’s delivery needs
The UK Environment Agency has revamped its data delivery process by making data available online....
CAN GIS BE AGILE?
The principles behind the Agile movement such as rapid delivery, adapting to change, daily cooperation, face-to-face conversations, and simplicity can all be very well applied to GIS projects for improving performance efficiency and gaining perfection across teams in any organisation....Read More
Civil engineers can now play with construction designs
Designing roads, canals, rails, and doing earthwork quantity calculations has become a lot simple with “ESurvey Sections”
E Surveying Solutions has recently released “ESurvey Sections” targeted at the surveying and civil engineering community. The product is a result of deep market research conducted by a team of civil and software engineers. This application has been developed after studying and understanding practical problems faced by surveying and civil community while working with survey related drawings. Read More