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For Santa watchers everywhere….

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013

 

Esri’s interactive Santas Around the World allows you to explore 29 different cultural and geographical variations of Santa Claus and learn about holiday traditions across four continents.

GeoMetri for indoor/outdoor location analytics

Monday, December 16th, 2013
Michael Healander, Director of the GISi Indoors business unit, a part of GISi, a 22-year-old location technology company, talked about the GISi Indoors product GeoMetri released in July 2013.

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What’s new in geo at Autodesk University 2013

Thursday, December 5th, 2013

Robots for the future jobsite, flying drones for delivering packages and reality capture were all part of the show at Tuesday morning’s Mainstage presentation at Autodesk University 2013. Clearly, these technology directions are dependent upon location and geospatial technology.

 

Iris the robot

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USGS commemorates its involvement with GIS on GIS Day

Friday, November 15th, 2013

On November 20th, GIS Day, the USGS will commemorate their commitment to GIS. In spite of all the new technologies for mapping currently, the USGS would like to remind people that for the past 130 years, it has been the primary producer of topographic data for the U.S. and is producing its own new and emerging geospatial technologies and products.

Geologic map of the Holy Cross quadrangle, Colorado

Geologic map of the Holy Cross quadrangle, Colorado.

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Interactive Esri Map Tracks Super-Typhoon Haiyan

Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

Esri’s interactive Hurricane and Cyclone Public Information Map provides ongoing storm coverage for Super-Typhoon Haiyan. Explore Haiyan’s projected track across Southeast Asia and view geotagged social media from Flickr, Twitter, and YouTube about the storm.

 

NOAA ShipTracker

Thursday, September 19th, 2013

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Esri’s live Flooding Public Information Map tracks flooding in Colorado

Friday, September 13th, 2013

The Esri live Flood Public Information Map shows observed flood reports and current flood warnings from NOAA National Weather Service, active FEMA shelters, and live precipitation for Colorado.

Esri Live Flooding Public Information Map for Colorado

Stop-and-frisk map profiles New York City Police Department’s controversial practice

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

New York City Police Department’s controversial “stop, question and frisk” practices have prompted a lot of press and speeches, zeroing in on just what the statistics are on these people who have been stopped. So far the percentages are as follows: 53 percent of the people stopped by the NYPD in 2012 were black, 89 percent were innocent, 0.5 percent resulted in an arrest.

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British royals Esri map tracks Twitter reactions to royal birth

Monday, July 22nd, 2013

For those who follow the British royals, an Esri map is available for the media to embed or share. See where the last 12 heirs to throne were born and track real-time Twitter reactions to the birth of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge’s child.

Esri’s Royal Births Map>

Esri User Conference Plenary Session 2013

Tuesday, July 9th, 2013

 

The  Esri User Conference 2013 Plenary Session kicked off yesterday morning with CEO Jack Dangermond recounting the various ways in which GIS is permeating the lives of people across the globe, and commending those GIS professionals in the audience who are instrumental in spreading that message.

According to Jack, there is more citizen involvement in the areas of disaster reporting, voting, and utility concerns. Story maps have proliferated in the past year and there is a new narrative for the Tour de France this week. Organizational portals, citizen data access, open data, government infrastructure, internal are just some of the areas that are growing in their use of GIS.

This year the “Making A Difference Award” was awarded to Jack (John) Wennberg, MD for looking at healthcare practices in terms of cost, outcomes, etc. based on location, in his book, “The Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care.”

The Enterprise GIS Award was presented to the Lands Department of the government of Hong Kong, accepted by Dominic Wai Ching Su,JP

The President’s Award was presented to Direct Relief, with Dorothy Largay, Board Member and Andrew Schroeder, Director of Research and Analysis. They invested in GIS four years ago and have impacted “millions of people” since. Direct Relief International used Esri technology to create an interactive online mapping application for Haiti relief efforts.

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