NOAA is supplying images, geospatial data and video on the Earth’s oceans for the latest version of the Google application.
Field teams for the city of Nashua, N.H., are using the Capturx digital pen to link field notes to the maps in its geographic information system.
MapInfo's FireLocator uses Microsoft Virtual Earth and information from NASA, USGS and other sources to provide up-to-the-minute information on California wildfires.
Free NavigatingWashington app provides direction for visitors to Washington.
The Empire Challenge is an annual demonstration event that seeks to improve the interoperability of joint and coalition intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance activities.
Polaris' Wireless Location Signatures technology lets agencies monitor voice calls and data sessions.
Embedded systems are becoming increasingly sophisticated, as their use on the Mars Rover and at the South Pole attest. And they’re becoming more integrated with larger information technology systems.
GIS Day presentations focus on mapping technology apps to resolve geographic conflict in maps and charts, as well as software tools for data analysis.
New tool is an architecture for integrating data with geospatial visualization in the enterprise.
Indiana network uses a Web portal for linking local resources with state and federal agencies in the event of a disaster.
New MarkLogic server puts XML on the map.
Virtual Alabama grows into a powerful geospatial platform used by state, local and federal organizations.
Agency adds 43 new Global Positioning System tracking sites as part of the Continuously Operating Reference Station network that helps surveyors and other users determine the 3-D positions of sites or objects.
The Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency combines Cognos business intelligence software and MapInfo mapping software to give its agents a handle on client data.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Okeanos Explorer features high-definition video and a remote-control exploration vehicle that will provide data to researchers.