Tag Archives: GIS

I hate WebGIS, but I love the wallpaper with maps


How many times have you tried to save a map to be put in the background of your desktop? web-application: http://cityplanner.it/webapp/wallmapper/ I many and I was always on duty “inspect” to remove div and additional texts! Well, then the other day I started to write a little ‘code and I managed to get one convenient and easy to use tool. ...

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8 Key trends that will influence GIS during 2017

Key trends in GIS

1. Automation of complex data processing and analysis An existing trend which has grown from strength to strength is the migration from manual data processing to a single automated process. During 2017 it’s projected that the automation of complex processing will continue to be streamlined via the use of the web-based processes, this is evident as ICHEC continue to develop ...

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What’s coming in Azimap’s Winter feature release


As we continue our commitment on enhance Azimap’s core offering, we are confident that our upcoming release will mark the next leap forward in our product development to fulfil the expectations of market demands.

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QGis 2.14 tutorial: use SVG icons

QGis 2.14: use SVG icons

Using SVG icons in your map improve the possibility to customize it. In this video is shown how to increase the QGIS icon set. My favourite icons website is The Noun Project, where you can find a lot of different icons, vector and raster. Icons are really important for good visualisation of data, but it’s not easy to select them ...

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Getting started with Sentinel-2 Webinar

Getting Started with Sentinel-2 Webinar

Join us on Wednesday 05 October at 14:30 (BST) to discover how you can tap into the benefits of satellite imagery to assist you with your day to day work.

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