Which organization in BC has launched the largest airborne magnetic survey in history? What were the top 10 Esri UC questions for ArcGIS Pro? Find out these and more in the August SDI Snapshot.
The federal government announced the launch of Canada’s 2016 Arctic expedition to collect bathymetric and geophysical data about the shape and composition of the seabed to support Canada’s submission on the extended continental shelf in the Arctic Ocean.
Geoscience BC announced the launch of its largest airborne magnetic survey to date, the Search Phase II survey, which will produce high-resolution maps used to identify hidden mineral potential in west-central British Columbia.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has enabled 15,000+ staff members access to mapping tools. With this technology, EPA workers can create maps from the data they have stored in Microsoft Excel. These maps serve as powerful tools for communication that can be shared with colleagues.
Aeryon’s sUAS is designed to collect drone data safely and efficiently. Aeryon sUAS not only collects high quality photos and video, but the system also captures metadata such as geolocation information on the images to ensure smooth integration into ArcGIS.
The Canadian Remote Sensing Society (CRSS) is developing a new website. As part of this website development, CRSS would like to incorporate representative examples of remotely sensed imagery to showcase to website visitors. This will be a great way to showcase your data or analysis.
Real-time data flows all around us. From ocean sensors to smartphones, the broad range of things that stream data to the Internet have one common characteristic—location. A geospatial platform brings data streams into a sophisticated mapping environment that enables users to perform powerful analysis and find new potential in most industries.
Esri curates and hosts the World Imagery map, which is built with a variety of best-available imagery from both commercial sources and the ArcGIS users’ community. Esri will soon update the World Imagery map with exquisite new content acquired through a new subscription to DigitalGlobe’s current and complete high-resolution satellite imagery mosaics for the entire world, including areas in Canada.
The Real Time Assessment and Planning Tool for Oregon (RAPTOR) is now available for the public to view incident data about wildfires, areas impacted by flooding, live weather radar, contact information for county emergency managers and more. RAPTOR is a web mapping application that allows users to spatially display interrelated and aggregated information from various systems in a geospatial platform.
A whole month has passed since the 2016 Esri User Conference where users had a lot of questions and concerns about getting started with ArcGIS Pro. Those users who weren’t able to attend the conference may benefit from the answers. So, here are some of the top questions that were asked at the ArcGIS Desktop pavilion.
ArcGIS Earth is a lightweight, easy-to-use globe viewer that lets users interact with a variety of GIS information. Earth is now at version 1.2.1 and has had three full production releases on the quarterly production schedule. Esri intends to continue to rapidly release the application to efficiently respond to customer feedback.
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