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Wednesday, July 6th, 2011

Water Loss Reduction

Water is a valuable resource. As the world population continues to grow and urban development continues to expand, cities are expanding and water infrastructure is demanding greater attention. Leakage is a primary contributor toward water loss. As a result, water agencies, engineers, urban planners and officials are developing strategies to deal with this problem. Leakage

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Gap Filling Strategies with Data Integration

The assignment of novel educational and research tasks brings the certainty that Europeans will be part of a new era of the utilization of “Culture”: an era with broader exploration ambitions in “research and education” for the CITHM (Culture, Innovation & Technologies for Heritage Management) in Mediterranean Regions. “The Risk of Education explores what is

Monday, June 27th, 2011

Pipelines, Black Swans, and Data Governance

On September 9, 2010, a gas transmission pipeline rupture in San Bruno, California, killed eight people and caused extensive property damage. The subsequent National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigation revealed that some records in the operator’s Geographic Information System (GIS) were inaccurate. The finding is significant because federal law requires pipeline operators to perform data-driven

Sunday, June 26th, 2011

Utopia Forever – Visions of Architecture and Urbanism

There is a difference between the cities that we live in today and those that we need to be living in. Editors R. Klanten and L. Feireiss include images and concepts about architecture, city planning, urbanism and other representations that challenge our thinking about current cities. A triad of architecture, mobility and energy is expanded upon, and

Sunday, June 19th, 2011

Competences and the Water Sector?

Water is an invaluable resource; already in 1992 it took centre stage at the first international conference of the United Nations on environmental protection and sustainability. The United Nations have declared the years 2005 to 2015 to be the international “Water for Life” Decade.

Sunday, June 19th, 2011

2nd International GIS for Rail Summit – Paris, France

The 2nd International GIS for Rail Summit was recently held in Paris, France. This Esri organised event was sponsored by the International Union of Railways (UIC), a confederation of 197 worldwide members from 5 different continents. The event provided an opportunity for the participants to share interests, discuss issues and to learn about member initiatives

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

Cadastre Information System For Rail In Portugal

The concepts of integration, complementarity and coordination are particularly important especially in the field of railway infrastructures. The requirements of the associated interventions are very technical in nature and involve multiple specialties and technologies, and the final result is only guaranteed if the various components of this interwoven puzzle are compatible and properly joined together.

Monday, June 13th, 2011

Hexagon 2011 Marks New Level of Geospatial Integration

The 2011 Hexagon Conference took place last week in Orlando, Fla. This first-ever combination of Hexagon’s metrology business with Leica Geosystems, Intergraph and ERDAS users drew more than 2,500 participants from 65 countries. The event provided launching pad for a new geospatial platform initiative at Intergraph, displayed new levels of integration between the raster capabilities

Sunday, June 5th, 2011

Spatial Statistical Data Analysis for GIS Users

Which data should we use? Is it accurate enough to be used with our model? Will it address the issues and provide us with new insight we can depend upon? How much error is too much? Will the spatial data describe the model we are using without excessive error? Many geographic information system (GIS) users wish

Monday, May 30th, 2011

First Esri Forestry GIS Solutions Conference Tracks Trends

The first Esri Forestry GIS Solutions Conference took place from May 24-26 at the Esri headquarters in Redlands, Calif. The community of the Esri forestry users is more than 1,000 strong, with more than 250 attendees from 13 different countries represented at the event. The event program highlighted the increasing focus on sustainable development practices,

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