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For the government officials using geospatial information systems to make government work more efficiently, understanding business goals is key, according to two GIS leaders. New York Geographic Information Officer Frank Winters and New...

source: State Scoop

Earth has always been evolving, sometimes over eons and sometimes more quickly. The introduction of satellites has evolved into an often awe-inspiring picture of that change. Satellogic has partnered with China Great Wall Industry Corporation to take imaging Earth and sorting...


National States Geographic Information Council has released their findings from a first-ever survey of the nation's state election directors, seeking to determine the current status of the implementation...

source: Directions Magazine

The FIG president holds one of the most influential positions in the surveying field and helps to shape the profession. The new president, Rudolf Staiger, was elected during the Istanbul Congress in 2018 and officially took office...

source: GIM International

For decades, the U.S. has relied on spy satellites to look deep into the territory of American adversaries, and for years, these were the cameras dominating Earth's orbit. Not anymore. As David Martin reports on "60 Minutes," there are now commercial companies...

source: CBS News

LiDAR, or light detection and ranging, is a popular remote sensing method used for measuring the exact distance of an object on the earth's surface. Even though it was first used in the 1960s when laser scanners were mounted to aeroplanes, LiDAR didn't get the popularity...

source: Geospatial World


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