GISCafe Weekly Review June 23rd, 2016

GISCafe Exhibiting at Esri User Conference 2016
June 22, 2016  by Susan Smith

GISCafe will be attending and exhibiting at the Esri User Conference 2016 held in San Diego this week, June 24th-July 1st. Come visit us at booth #133, where president Sanjay Gangal will be recording video interviews. Contact Sanjay at sanjay.gangal@ibsystems.com or 408-850-9202 if you would like to schedule a video interview. We also have a Kindlefire Sweepstakes, so be sure to leave your business card.

GISCafe booth

Stephen P. Welby, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (ASD(R&E)) who also serves as the Chief Technology Officer for the Department of Defense (DoD) and the principal advisor to the Secretary on all matters relating to science, technology, research and engineering, spoke at the GEOINT 2016 Symposium in May on “Wrestling with Technology” and how the department is dealing with technological challenges.

Stephen P. Welby

Stephen P. Welby


GIS is at a crossroads. And its been there for the longest time. The technology has a long history with deep roots in the public sector. Technical advances with mobile and cloud are driving change. Finally GIS has come out of its shell. Is technology the driver or demand? That is a good question.

Is GIS Groaning to Move Away from its Traditional Roots?
As we discuss this question:Is GIS Groaning to Move Away from its Traditional Roots? let’s first consider the then and now. Traditional GIS is map focused, centred on 3 elements: desktop, server and web. See the diagram below:

 


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