Have you checked the Canadian Drought Monitor, the gigantic map of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, and all these new apps that are extending the reach of GIS all over Canada and the globe? In the November edition of SDI Interesting Reads, we’ve got an array of Canadian and international GIS topics for you to glean at.
- Canadian Drought Monitor - Canada's official source for monitoring and reporting drought
- How many Canadian official place names are of indigenous origin?
- Very large-scale map of Battle of Vimy Ridge available to public
- What is the Canadian Cartographic Association?
- Canadians demand more data, higher speeds in 2016
- Find out how apps are extending the reach of GIS
- Esri’s World Elevation – TopoBathy layer enhanced with more detailed Bathymetry Datasets
- Entire US National Spatial Reference System (NSRS) to be modernized in 2022
- I3S: a new OGC standard for sharing 3D geospatial content
- Effective GIS managers must have people skills
- Preparing for next generation 911 now
- New whitepaper – ArcGIS secure mobile implementation patterns
- Autodesk and Esri partnering to advance infrastructure planning and design
- Report on Space Data and Cloud Computing infrastructures: Policies and Regulations
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