Many changes have taken place in Online GIS and geospatial course offerings over the past year, since we first covered the topic on GISCafe. The range of topics has increased to include even courses for high schoolers, and the ever popular drone classes and Geodesign. The popularity of “Massive Open Online Courses” or MOOCs allows colleges and universities to teach thousands of students at one time, at their convenience, rather than at a prescribed day and time.
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A sneak preview of what’s coming up this week in London at the Hilton Metropole at Bentley Systems’ Year in Infrastructure 2015 Conference, are the following two Bentley blogs, outlining topics for the Utilities Forum: Advancing Utilities for Better Performing Assets and Advancing Utilities for the Digital Age.
We here at GISCafe Voice are about to update our special coverage on Online GIS Courses offered. The reason being: so many new classes are now being offered in this format, and the demand for them is exploding.
MetroTech is a company that provides an Intelligent Transportation System with its “IntelliSection” data analytics tools to use on an existing city infrastructure, to turn it into a smart city.
Esri User Conference Morning Plenary Session Covers Geoenlightenment, Web GIS, Story Maps, ArcGIS Earth and Much MoreTuesday, July 21st, 2015
With the theme, “Applying geography everywhere,” Jack Dangermond, president of Esri, definitely covered all the pertinent topics of the day. The Esri User Conference held annually in San Diego, kicked off Monday with approximately 16,000 in attendance, which could be amply felt in the halls and the morning plenary session.
Partnerships, unmanned spacecraft, technologies and sensors were some of the topics covered in a panel discussion and press luncheon held at GEOINT Symposium 2015 in Washington D.C. recently, by Northrup Grumman.