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GIS Tech News (#74)   21 Jan, 2009

What's Best for Your Company? Geospatial Solutions' senior editor talks with Jay Stinson of Intergraph about assessing needs, weighing cost/benefits, choosing a vendor, and more.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#73)   7 Jan, 2009

Good Design Requires Accurate Base Maps: Use AutoCAD Map 3D's built-in tools to reconcile and clean up disparate data types in preparation for a successful design project.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#72)   16 Dec, 2008

Teaching the OGRE To Be Civil: An open-source game engine empowers civil simulation.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#71)   2 Dec, 2008

Technology Aids Distance Learning: Many educational institutions and private vendors now offer GIS curricula on line.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#70)   18 Nov, 2008

A Sunny Tomorrow for Virtual Worlds: Geospatial data opens new doors to environment simulation.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#69)   4 Nov, 2008

GIS-GPS Device Proving Field-Worthy: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers enlists the ike 504 to collect geographic coordinates from a distance.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#68)   21 Oct, 2008

Tax Mapping into the Future: To locate county-line monuments from a bygone era, technicians in New York's Orange County Tax Map Department rely on an array of modern GIS software and GPS hardware.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#67)   7 Oct, 2008

Desktop GIS Software Adds CAD Tools: Pitney Bowes' MapInfo Professional 9.5 can reduce need for stand-alone computer-aided design software.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#66)   16 Sep, 2008

Hurricane Response Gets Help from GIS: Maps and analysis provide accurate picture of events on the ground before, during, and after emergency.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#65)   2 Sep, 2008

Third-Party Solutions Enhance Data Transfer: New software improves efficiency of data updating and provides an ongoing log of edits and updates.More>>