2016-08-02 07:27:42

Popular Marine GIS Workshop

OceanWise, UK, hosted its annual Marine GIS Workshop in London on Tuesday 17 November 2015. This year’s event considered “why data is important and why good data management is critical to the health of projects, programmes and your company bottom line”. For the second consecutive year the event was fully booked. Throughout the day attendees were treated to stimulating and thought provoking keynotes, customer case studies and presentations from both private and public sector organisations. Initial feedback from presenters and attendees has been positive, with the keynotes highlighting the importance of data management to every business (from DAMA UK) and... (read more)
2015-11-25 01:27:36

Presenting GIS Experiences

The 2010 ESRI User Conference is to be held from 12th to 16th July 2010 in San Diego (CA, USA). GIS users are encouraged to share their best practices, successes or application by submitting an abstract of their project online, not later than 16th October 2009.     The organisation is to contact the authors by March 2010 about the status of their abstract submission.   Also business partners can submit a paper but the main presenter should be a client.   Presenting during the conference adds to the delegate's knowledge and provides the opportunity for networking and discussion.   (read more)
2009-09-14 12:48:23

GIS Software Download Finder

From now on, GIM International is your guide for GIS software. On this website, you will find a guide to GIS software that is available to download for free. Follow the link 'Downloads' in the left-hand navigation bar of the website. Mostly, the software is leading to free viewers, trial versions or open-source software. Have a look at the guide yourself and see what software is available. As software is developing fast and we - however we tried hard to find the right applications - realise we did not yet include all software available. Please submit your suggestions and comments... (read more)
2009-07-03 10:21:16

GIS in the Zone

‘It is a curious situation that the sea, from which life first arose, should now be threatened by the activities of one form of that life. But the sea, though changed in a sinister way, will continue to exist; the threat is rather to life itself’. (From the preface to The Sea Around Us by Rachel Carson). It has been more than fifty years since Rachel Carson first published The Sea Around Us, her foreboding best-selling book on the long-term effects of the continued pollution our oceans. However, with the huge increase in the world’s population during the intervening years... (read more)
2008-01-01 01:00:00

Marine GIS Workshop

OceanWise, UK, is to host its annual Marine GIS Workshop on Tuesday 18 November 2014 at The School for Economic Science in Mandeville Place, London, W1U 3AJ. Existing customers will present practical examples of how OceanWise products and services are successfully delivering real benefits and cost savings. The workshop, which is at no cost to attend, will include presentations and demonstrations of new and existing tools and techniques and how these can be applied in any working environment. By attending the workshop, participants will gain from the knowledge and experience of industry experts and practitioners, as well as finding out... (read more)
2014-10-03 02:40:39

Creating Value with GIS?

This article is an adaptation of a lecture presented last February to the Benelux Branch of the Hydrographic society in Delft, The Netherlands. The main question addressed in this lecture was ‘should a hydrographic survey company utilise GIS?’. This question cannot here be unambiguously answered for all organisations but instead a few guidelines are provided to facilitate the decision-making process. GIS and hydrography do not seem to match if one looks at the limited use of GIS in hydrography in comparison to other disciplines, such as land surveying and environmental surveys. The reason for this phenomena lies perhaps in the... (read more)
2008-01-01 01:00:00

GIS Engine SDK

AvisMap has launched GIS Engine a SDK designed for custom GIS applications. It facilitates custom development of GIS solutions and applications. This SDK provides several ActiveX (OCX) controls which support Visual Basic, VB.NET, C#, Visual C++ and other ActiveX compatible programming languages, with Microsoft Visual Studio versions 6, 2003, 2005, and Express.   AvisMap Gis Engine Supports .NET via COM. The SDK is appropriate for the development of enterprise level, multi-user user GIS solutions using SQL database map layers. The SDK supports the storage and access of vector map and image data in three SQL database formats: a) the proprietary... (read more)
2008-06-13 09:43:44

GIS in a Marine Environment

In days long gone by, it used to be said that electronics and the marine environment did not mix. Well, it is still true that electricity and water don’t mix but computers and the marine environment certainly go hand-in-hand. To be more specific, Geographical Information Systems are just as ‘at home’ in handling marine data as they are in handling onshore data. Many people fail to think beyond the use of GIS as a tool used by market researchers to analyse the demo-graphics of a community based on a series of postcodes. This planning is often used to help major... (read more)
2008-01-01 01:00:00
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