Check out this new online tool for spatial data and maps launched by Open Government Canada. Do you know how Toronto Police is using maps and apps for community-based policing? Find out why location intelligence should guide infrastructure investment, and more in this month’s SDI Interesting Reads.
- Open Government Canada provides new online tool for spatial data and customized maps
- Federal government’s Prince Albert Satellite Station benefits global efforts
- High-level roadmap to Next Generation 9-1-1 implementation: Canadian Coalition webinar
- Canadian cloud adoption hindered by chains to on-prem security, say experts
- Take the survey: Dutch students study Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure (CGDI)
- Winnipeg battles gridlock with help of Waze Connected Citizen’s program
- Toronto police use maps and apps to strengthen community-based policing
- How the City of Lethbridge prepared its Smart Cities Challenge application
- Cartographer jobs: are they still relevant in the 21st Century?
- Open Data Infrastructure for City Resilience launched at GIS for a Sustainable World
- Why location intelligence should guide US infrastructure investments
- Esri creates online geospatial portal for Africa
- OGC wants your mature, community-developed standards
- Esri 2018 Federal GIS Conference presentations now available
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