GISCafe Weekly Review February 1st, 2015

Google and Esri Surprise
February 1, 2015  by Matt Sheehan


So there I was sitting comfortably happily writing a blog post post entitled Enabling Jack Dangermond’s GIS Vision commenting on Jacks excellent ArcNews lead article when bam the following stops me in my tracks:

What is the Esri/Google relationship?

Google and Esri are working closely together to provide replacement software and training to all of Google’s enterprise customers and partners who have implemented Google Earth Enterprise and Google Map Engine technology. Esri will be providing the new 10.3 version of ArcGIS for Server and related client/app technology to all Google Enterprise customers and partners.

Drone lands on White House grounds
January 29, 2015  by Susan Smith

Monday’s crash of  a two-foot-long drone on the White House grounds set off the country’s alarm bells on the entire safety surrounding drones and what they represent in terms of national security.

The drone that crashed at the White House

The drone that crashed at the White House

GISCafe Voice Techno-Predictions for 2015
January 27, 2015  by Susan Smith

In the United States alone, geospatial data and services are estimated to generate $1.6 trillion annually.

Skybox Imaging

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