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Google Earth Pro Map-Making Tool

Google Earth Pro Map-Making Tool

Learn more about Google Earth Pro 7.1’s newest feature – the Map-Making tool. Create legends and scales and add titles to a map, directly from Google Earth Pro. You can also print your customized map or save it as an image.

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Largest GPS Drawing in the World

Largest GPS Drawing in the World

This is a story based on a real story in Japan, that a man named Yassan drawn a “LETTER” by GPS logger into Japan islands for his girlfriend. What was the message of the letter? *This artwork is approved by Guinness World Records(TM) as “the Largest GPS Drawing”.

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Raster Mastering in QGIS

Raster Mastering in QGIS

If you’re curious about adding QGIS to your raster analysis quiver, this webinar will demonstrate the various tools available within QGIS by default. it will also explore some of the GRASS and SAGA tools available within the Processing Toolbox. There will be time to ask questions about whether QGIS can perform common tasks in other GIS packages.

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Surveying, A life without Limits

Surveying, A life without Limits

WHAT IS LAND SURVEYING? Surveying and land surveying is the measurement and mapping of our surrounding environment using mathematics, specialised technology and equipment. Surveyors measure just about anything on the land, in the sky or on the ocean bed. They even measure polar ice-caps. WHAT DO SURVEYORS DO? Land surveyors work in the office and in the field – from ...

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Using GPS and Bringing the Data into GIS

Using GPS and Bringing the Data into GIS

This webinar demonstrates how to use a consumer-grade GPS receiver to collect data and then bring that data into both QGIS (free and open source) and ArcGIS. DNRGPS (free!) is demonstrated as a tool for downloading and transforming GPS data into projected shapefile format. Steps covered will also allow participants to prepare data for use with online mapping programs such ...

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Free GIS Datasets

Robin Wilson, a PhD student at the University of Southampton made a very interesting page that contains a categorised list of links to over 300 sites providing freely available geographic datasets – all ready for loading into a Geographic Information System. He said in his website : I kept coming across GIS datasets online that looked like they might be useful – for my ...

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Unmanned Aerial Systems for Mapping

Unmanned Aerial Systems for Mapping

An interesting archived webinar from VTGeospatial takes a look at using UAS for aerial mapping About the webinar… Jarlath O’Neil-Dunne of the UVM Spatial Analysis Lab presents this webinar. Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) or drones have garnered a lot of headlines recently. The term “drone” is often associated with a human-piloted, video-enabled system that is used for recreation, movie production, ...

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Register Now for Esri User Conference 2015

Register Now for Esri User Conference 2015

Choose from 300 moderated sessions, over 450 hours of technical training, and 13 preconference seminars. Listen to inspirational keynotes. Visit more than 300 solution providers. Gawk at the world’s largest conference Map Gallery. Sit down face-to-face with technical support staff, customer service representatives, and software developers. It’s all here. All that’s missing is you. Registration : esri.com/earlybirdregistration

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Using GIS/Geodesign for Farmland Preservation

Using GIS/Geodesign for Farmland Preservation

GeoDesign techniques employ geographic information systems (GIS) to influence and design our environments, both built and natural. The maturation of GIS technology and evolution of GeoDesign concepts has helped the planning community realize the vision of Planning as Reasoning Together — planning professionals working as partners with citizens and stakeholders to weigh human values and place-centric facts to make well-informed ...

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