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Happy New Year!

Hello,

I wanted to wish everyone a Happy New Year! This article caught my eye about “The Year in Maps“…it’s like all the other year in review stuff out there, except it’s related to what we do (from the Boston Globe).

A special thanks to Mark Greninger for his […]

GIS Case Studies

We are making a concerted effort to showcase the value of GIS through the development of case studies that highlight existing applications, projects, programs, and initiatives that leverage the power of GIS to provide benefits to the business of the County.

Many agencies understand the value of GIS, but are reluctant to invest precious resources […]

GIS Day Feedback

Martha Selig

My thanks to those who took the critique survey. This feedback will be instrumental in helping us plan our next event. A slightly edited summary of the results is here. It includes some great insights and suggestions.

December 15th, 2008 | Category: GIS Day | Leave a comment

Pictures from GIS Day

Enjoy the slideshow from the very successful GIS Day.

GIS Interns and Internships

During our GIS Day event, I spoke with Warren Roberts at Rio Hondo College, which has a very robust GIS program. He let me know that his advanced students are always looking to gain more experience, and many departments, agencies, and cities are always swamped with too much work.

This is a first notification, but […]

GeoPDF from TerraGo

GeoPDF takes the PDF file one step further, allowing users to publish pdf files directly from ArcGIS that act as maps – with zoom in, data search, and easier distribution. The USGS is using this to distribute is 7.5 minute Topographic Quads.

I wanted to pass along a couple of examples as well as the […]

Culver City Explorer

I wanted to pass along this email and Site (Culver City Explorer) from Andre Doumitt of Geosemble. He demonstrated some of his technologies back at an Enterprise GIS Committee Meeting a few months ago, and has been working with Culver City to provide enhanced integration of information and mapping. I think the key […]

Another GIS Web Mapping Application – OVOV-NET

OVOV-NET is specifically geared toward the Santa Clarita Valley Plan Update Program, One Valley One Vision, covering the unincorporated areas of the Santa Clarita Valley in Los Angeles County. The site is specific to this area (a different approach than our countywide sites) and it shows information on proposed land use and circulation. The site […]

GISP Certification

What is it?

It is similar to the AICP certification for planners except GISP does not have a written test, at least not yet as testing is being considered. For now, it is portfolio based where you document your 1) Education, 2) Experience, and 3) Contributions to the GIS profession. Minimum points are required […]