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GIS Tech News (#54)   18 Mar, 2008

Seeking the Ideal Civil 3D Setup, Part 2: This installment looks at data preservation options, the future outlook, and more details about file storage with Vault.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#53)   4 Mar, 2008

You, Too, Can Create Interactive Maps: Even those with no programming training can use the widely available application programming interfaces to create maps.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#52)   19 Feb, 2008

Seeking the Ideal Civil 3D Setup, Part 1: Examining what it takes to create the best Civil 3D-SQL-Vault configuration.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#51)   5 Feb, 2008

Collaboration Yields Cleaner Water: With the help of GIS tools, the city of Denver is keeping urban contamination out of rivers and streams.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#50)   15 Jan, 2008

General Lee's Bird's Eye View: Using GIS to shed new light on the Battle of Gettysburg.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#49)   4 Dec, 2007

GPS Satellites Gain Prominence: Recent developments in satellite and GPS technology will improve the quality of GPS data that land professionals can use in their projects.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#48)   20 Nov, 2007

Conference Reinforces GIS–IT Connection: Oracle Open World reveals the database titan forging partnerships to handle the present and future needs for GIS data management.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#47)   6 Nov, 2007

Rapid Design Visualization Bridges 3D Gap: Software that works inside and extends popular CAD applications helps engineers and their clients understand how finished projects will look.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#46)   16 Oct, 2007

Minority Report for the Majority: Information Builders advances the integration of enterprise data to geospatial data for predicting criminal activity.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#45)   2 Oct, 2007

The Perils of 3D Modeling: Know what to watch out for -- and when to stop -- when using these powerful tools.More>>