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James L. Sipes


Cadalyst contributing editor James L. Sipes is a senior associate with EDAW in Atlanta, Georgia, and the founding principal of Sand County Studios in Seattle, Washington. Reach him at the e-mail address below.


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Spatial Technologies-Make Public Planning Accessible   31 May, 2005
By: James L. Sipes

GIS, decision-making software and 3D imagery combine to help communities work together.

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Spatial Technologies-City Combines CAD and GIS   30 Apr, 2005
By: James L. Sipes

Garden Grove's GIS system blends Autodesk Map 3D and MapGuide.

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Spatial Technologies Working in a 3D World   31 Mar, 2005
By: James L. Sipes

Understanding Terrain Models

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Spatial Technologies Working in a 3D World   31 Mar, 2005
By: James L. Sipes

Understanding Terrain Models

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Spatial Technologies-Software Strategy: Going Mobile   28 Feb, 2005
By: James L. Sipes

Mobile GIS brings instantaneous information to users in the field.

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SPATIAL TECHNOLOGIES: Software Strategy: Online Maps for the Masses   31 Jan, 2005
By: James L. Sipes

The emergence of web GIS has greatly changed the way we access mapping information. The Web is becoming a portal for GIS functionality and data distribution, primarily because it's the most cost-effective way to reach a broad audience and give it access to geospatial data. Broadband Internet...more >>

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Spatial Technologies: Software Strategy: Options for the Enterprise   31 Dec, 2004
By: James L. Sipes

Organizations increase efficiency by sharing resources and applications

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Spatial Technologies: A Standard Approach   14 Dec, 2004
By: James L. Sipes

The state of open standards in GIS

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Spatial Technologies: GIS for Utilities   31 Oct, 2004
By: James L. Sipes

The utility industry has undergone significant changes in the past few years. Deregulation has increased competition, and utilities are becoming more market-driven than ever before.

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Spatial Technologies   30 Sep, 2004
By: James L. Sipes

Mapping is the visual representation of data, and one of the best ways to link information to a place. Maps may show what everyone expects, or they may reveal patterns and trends in data that are impossible to see any other way. Traditionally, cartographers, geographers, surveyors, planners, and...more >>