A collection of various GIS related links, information and other GIS blogs.
Monday, December 20, 2004
GeoData Diagnostics Product Information Discover geodatabase schema and property differences in seconds! "GeoData Diagnostics is an essential tool for geodatabase configuration management. There are an overwhelming number of properties in any given geodatabase. Trying to find minor differences is time consuming if not impossible. Up until now there has not been a product that can perform side by side geodatabase comparisons. Geodata Diagnostics helps you quickly determine if two geodatabases are identical. Just select the geodatabases and click on the compare button. Geodata Diagnostics outputs a detailed report of differences in HTML format. In seconds you will be able to detect differences in schema or properties between two geodatabase. If there are no differences, you have the piece of mind that your configuration management processes are sound. Now you will have a tool to help you continue keeping your geodatabases in sync."
Monday, November 29, 2004
Aligo - The Mobile Enterprise Software Company: " - Always know where your workers are - Quickly make informed deployment updates - Enforce work rules dealing with billing, overtime, and even speeding Cost Savings WorkTrack vastly reduces job/time inaccuracies, input delays, and the need for a large number of employees to handle calls, payroll, and data entry. It delivers dramatic time and cost saving by enabling you to: Eliminate inflated overtime Streamline billing to reduce overhead/admin costs Reduce downtime for increased profitability Instant, Accurate Reports"
Monday, November 22, 2004
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Tuesday, November 16, 2004
News in Baltimore: CitiStat: "CITISTAT What is CitiStat? CitiStat is an accountability tool based on the ComStat program pioneered in the New York City Police Department by Jack Maple. CompStat, utilizing computer pin mapping and weekly accountability sessions, helped the NYPD dramatically reduce crime and is employed today by several police departments around the world. Mayor O'Malley is convinced that this same process can be used, not only for crime, but for every City agency from Public Works to Health. In short, CitiStat is how the Mayor runs the City. Strategies are developed and employed, managers held accountable, and results measured --not yearly, quarterly, or monthly, but week to week. "
Friday, October 29, 2004
Oddens' Bookmarks, The fascinating world of maps and mapping Created in 1995 by Roelof Oddens, a curator of the map library at Utrecht University, the Oddens Bookmark database now contains over 22,000 links about maps, cartography and GIS data. Users can search the resources by keyword, country, category, or by browsing through subject headings. Besides the abundance of maps and map data, visitors can find links to cartography departments, libraries, literature, and societies. Because the links span the entire world, this website is a great starting point for anyone interested in maps and mapping.
Wednesday, October 06, 2004
Kite Aerial Photography by Scott Haefner Recent Additions: "2004 ESRI User Conference Party Each summer, USGS sends me to the ESRI International User Conference, the largest gathering of GIS professionals from around the globe (ESRI is a leading GIS and computer mapping software company). Like every year, ESRI threw a party on Thursday night for the 10,000+ participants. Since being inspired by an awesome crowd shot by Craig Wilson, I've wanted to shoot a large gathering of people. Thanks to clean ocean breezes, I was able to fly over hundreds of people with confidence."
Tuesday, October 05, 2004
ArcGIS: "ArcGIS Family of Products ArcGIS is an integrated collection of GIS software products for building a complete GIS for your organization. The ArcGIS framework enables you to deploy GIS functionality and business logic wherever it is needed in desktops, servers (including the Web), or mobile devices. This architecture, coupled with the geodatabase, gives you the tools to assemble intelligent geographic information systems."