Industry Tidbits

 

FDOT Statistics Office has released the handbook on RCI and the GIS data

FDOT Statistics Office has released the attached handbook on RCI and the GIS data they produce.  You may find it helpful in dealing with the FDOT GIS Download layers.  It is 6MB.  You can download it here.

 

The next eFLURISA webinar

Title:    GIS in Emergency Management  Description: This presentation will review some of the latest use of GIS to meet the missions of the Florida Division of Emergency Management and the Florida State Emergency Management Team (SERT). Topics to be covered include – enhancements to GATOR, the SERT’s Common Operation Picture; use of HAZUS; the […]

 
ESRI Seminar: “Extend the Reach of your GIS”

ESRI Seminar: “Extend the Reach of your GIS”

October 27th Palm Beach Countywide GIS meeting is cancelled. We hope that everyone has a chance to attend the ESRI’s “Extend the Reach of your GIS” seminar, being held on 10/27/11 at the Fort Lauderdale Marriott in Coral Springs. 11775 Heron Bay Boulevard Coral Springs, FL 33076 (http://www.esri.com/events/seminars/extend-your-reach/index.html)

 
Dive GIS Summer Course 2011

Dive GIS Summer Course 2011

Join this unique opportunity to learn GIS methods while becoming a certified diver! Are you already a diver or a GIS user? Improve your skills and move to the next step! Dive GIS summer course 31 July – 10 August 2011 – Capo Rizzuto Marine Protected Area More info: www.mappamondogis.it/divegis.htm “The course offers a unique blend […]

 

Open Source GIS: The Alternative Set of Geospatial Solutions

OPEN SOURCE GIS - THE ALTERNATIVE SET OF GEOSPATIAL SOLUTIONS Tuesday, April 19, 2011 2:00 PM FAU Downtown Ft. Lauderdale HEC 1110 Many speak of a ‘spatial turn’ in sciences external to geography, as GIS plays a significant role for the analysis and visualization of many social, economic and environmental phenomena. This, combined with the increasing […]

 
GPS Threatened With Widespread Interference

GPS Threatened With Widespread Interference

“GPS Threatened With Widespread Interference”, from an email received from State Dept of Emergency Management GIS Manager, Richard Butgereit