A geographic information system (GIS) is a type of database containing geographic data (that is, descriptions of phenomena for which location is relevant), combined with software tools for managing, analyzing, and visualizing those data.In a broader sense, one may consider such a system to also include human users and support staff, procedures and workflows, body […]
Migration to Cadcorp cloud hosted desktop GIS and web mapping supports social housing provider’s digital strategy
Des Plaines, IL (September 2, 2021) The National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS) and the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) are pleased to announce a new partnership and the return of the Survey & GIS Summit.
Cadcorp SIS Desktop, Workload Modeller and Risk Modeller selected for fire service resource and risk planning
Cadcorp is offering existing customers the option to transition their on-premise desktop GIS to the cloud
A GIS is designed to manipulate, analyze, capture, store, manage, and present all types of geographical information. It has become the common application to analyze spatial information regarding climate change. The nature of the geographical system implies that spatial data analysis will occur using this system.
Balancing protection of the environment and the needs of a particular community is kind of like a game. Each decision affects one, the other, or both, and opens up a new set of alternatives. The answers are not always right or wrong. but instead are subjective. The more innovative the answer, the more likely it […]
Something on the Esri blogs this week giving us a clue as to what we can expect to see on the main stage at ESRIUC this July – ArcGIS Earth – Esri’s new effort to support the transition to an ESRI solution from the Google Earth Pro environment.
The 9th International Symposium on Mobile Mapping Technology (MMT 2015) will be hosted by the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UNSW Australia, in the beautiful harbourside city of Sydney, Australia, from Wednesday the 9th to Friday the 11th December 2015.
Incorporate Spatial Thinking into Scientific Research