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Building a business case for UX design in new and existing GIS projects can be challenging – especially when pitching to decision-makers who may be unfamiliar with, or sceptical about, UX principles.
The cloud-based automated response system SmarterWX Automate enables local councils to prevent damage to underground assets and ensure fast, accurate responses to DBYD enquiries.
Next time you look at your plate, you might ask “where does my food come from?” Thanks to location-based analytics, you can search this world map to find out where Australia imports food from.
Leveraging the power of the internet, web GIS is enabling GIS specialists to focus on core business initiatives rather than day-to-day IT system support.
Mike King outlines how investigators can use Geographic Information System (GIS) technology to combine location-based data, public information and suspect profiling data, to help catch killers.
Encouraging transparency and accountability, this map shows the locations of sustainable and ethical fashion retailers worldwide.
Coinciding with the 2019 Federal election, the ABS released a new interactive map powered by world-leading GIS technology to inform voters about the demographics of their local electorates.
Many factors play a role in the performance of a web map, including the condition of the data, its location and the properties you set for the layers in the map once it’s published.
Thursday 13 June12.30pm (AEST)
Santa Barbara Independent takes a deep dive into what many are calling ‘the last perfect place’ – the Jack and Laura Dangermond 25,000-acre preserve along the Californian Coastline.