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GIS Tech News (#114)   30 May, 2012

InnoVision Directorate Develops 3D Thermal Site Models: The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's research and development arm fuses thermal imagery with LIDAR data to provide a new view of buildings and scenery.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#113)   4 Apr, 2012

Tech Trends: BIM vs. GIS. When it comes to managing facilities and infrastructure, which technology provides the information that you need in the way you need it? The answer might be: both.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#112)   29 Feb, 2012

Trimble's Ruggedized Juno Takes GIS on a Field Trip: The third-generation handheld device combines positioning, imaging, and communications tools in one pocket-sized package for asset management and data collection.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#111)   8 Feb, 2012

Does Government GIS Data Belong to the People? A California court case showcases the importance of public access to tax-funded databases.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#110)   19 Jan, 2012

Autodesk Labs' Latest Preview Inspires Map 3D Users: A new software extension simplifies the process of searching spatial metadata on catalog servers.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#109)    16 Nov, 2011

The Role of GIS in the Smart Grid: As two-way communications enhance dialogue between power consumers and suppliers, network operators are beginning to require location as a standard for effective system management. More>>

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GIS Tech News (#108)   21 Sep, 2011

GIS Guides Cleanup and Construction in Tornado Aftermath: In Joplin, Missouri, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers creates maps to help field personnel remove debris and locate safe shelter sites.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#107)   20 Jul, 2011

Earthmine Extension Brings New Perspective to AutoCAD Map 3D: Users who manage infrastructure can visualize their assets in a real-world context — without leaving their desks.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#106)    18 May, 2011

What Makes a Good GIS Leader? Being well grounded in geospatial technology is just the beginning, says URISA's Greg Babinski.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#105)   16 Mar, 2011

Austrian Agency Automates Sound Propagation Modeling: Urban planners process volumes of optical, laser-scanning, and GIS data using INPHO and eCognition software.More>>