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Webinar: Best Practice Structural Modeling with the New EdgeWise Structure
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Glenn
Hello GISuser... and welcome to our Thursday tech news roundup from the GISuser community. To begin, have you been thinking about taking part or even planning a hackathon? All the cool kids are doing them! Yes indeed, with the plethora of opendata being made available to the masses there's no better way to get started than to hack - See more in this feature we rolled out a while ago providing you with 10 handy tips to help plan and host a hackathon. Speaking of events, the team at ClearEdge3D is hosting a free webinar on Tuesday April 29, 2014 from 1 to 2 PM EDT to demonstrate their new EdgeWise structural modeling software. The webinar will feature a number of guest speakers that will present 3 case studies. Finally, if you happen to be contemplating a trip to Vegas to take in the CAU2014@HxGN LIVE event you'll be pleased to hear that the company is currently offering a $500 incentive/saving on registration - This is CAU's second year as a part of HxGN LIVE, which gives companies that are looking to increase their opportunities and grow their capabilities a chance to learn about Hexagon's other offerings from both Intergraph and Leica Geosystems. Have a great week all and remember, if you intend on developing and offering a webinar to the masses be sure to contact us if you need a partner in your corner to help promote, manage, and deliver your event!

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The Topcon Tesla is a large screen handheld device that is the ideal cross-over solution for GIS data collection. This scalable device can be used as a standalone receiver for 2-5m work or with an external antenna on a pole for sub-meter, sub-decimeter, and centimeter RTK high accuracy GIS applications.
 
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slide Space Veteran Landsat 7 Marks 15 Years of Observing Earth - The Landsat program is a decades-long NASA and U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) partnership that has provided a continuous, unbiased record of change across the earth land surface since 1972. Landsat data can be used to detect and monitor urban growth, forestry practices, the extent of floods, wildfire burn acreage, major natural or human-caused disasters, and many other important changes in land-surface conditions.

Nokia's HERE is Creating HD 3D Maps - Nokia's HERE unit is using technology developed by earthmine which includes laser scanners to develop what they claim is the next generation of street maps. As reported in Slash Gear the next generation system is aimed at surpassing Google Maps. The HD data will support true 3D analysis of routes - impressive!

slide LiDARnews Announces New eMagazine Vol 4 No 3 - A new, exciting, jam-packed edition of THE magazine for mapping professionals interested in LiDAR, laser scanning, 3D mapping and more. Some of the topics covered in this edition include: Standards, In The Scan, Training, Vaudeville, MAPPS 2014, Smithsonian X3D, Asset Mapping, Brussels, Level of Accuracy, SfM, Data Quality, Optech, NCHRP 748, Wildlife Habitat., Terra Ceia, Metastable States, Fr”hlich, Business. Note, an interactive, "flippy", mobile friendly electronic edition is also available for viewing!





slide DLT Solutions Announces CODEvolved - With CODEvolved, public sector organizations can now leverage an on-demand, elastic, scalable, and fully-configured environment for increased productivity with faster time-to-deployment for applications.

GeoTech Newsmakers

Mobile Mapping Feature - Fast & Accurate Asset Mapping - In 2013, the county (Monroe County MI) embarked on a project to create a GIS basemap of the entire South County Water System--approximately 220 miles of water main. The project would be handled by the county's engineering services firm, Saginaw, Mich.-based Spicer Group Inc

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Sponsored by Exelis

ENVI LiDAR geospatial software allows you to create powerful, realistic 3D visualizations and easily extract features of interest from LiDAR data. The New ENVI LiDAR API allows you to control, extend, and automate your feature extraction and data processing, giving you the power to easily create situational awareness and understanding from your LiDAR data. Discover the next dimension of your data!

 
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Each day in this section we'll update you about Geospatial conferences, training, seminars, webinars, and relevant events. Feel free to make a suggestion for future consideration and be sure to see our Events Calendar.

Blue Marble To Host Dual User Conferences in 2014 - Blue Marble Geographics (bluemarblegeo.com) is pleased to announce its upcoming User Conference events and invite the global user community to participate in this year's "Call for Papers". Blue Marble will be hosting two User Conferences. The first event will be held at the Delta Bow Valley Hotel on September 8, 2014 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The second User Conference will be held at the Royal Sonesta Hotel on October 30, 2014 in Houston , Texas, United States.

FOSS4G PDX 2014 - FOSS4G, to be held September 8th-13th in Portland, Oregon, USA is the premier international conference on open source geospatial technologies. With two days of workshops followed by three days of presentations and academic papers, FOSS4G features a diversity of attendees and participants spanning academia, industry, and government.

HxGN Live - You'll see technology previews, meet Intergraph experts, and enjoy great entertainment. You'll also hear an inspiring keynote by Steven Cost, our new Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I) president. Find out about the great things SG&I is doing in your industry. MGM Grand, Las Vegas, June 2-5, 2014

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The University of Denver's college of professional and continuing studies, University College, and the Department of Geography are partnering to offer a Master of Science in Geographic Information Science delivered online for working adults. This online Master's Degree in Geographic Information Sciences recognizes the emerging importance of geographic information science and the importance of integrating advanced study in geographic information systems, remote sensing, and global positioning systems with traditional studies in human, cultural, and physical geography.

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GIS Technician, Erie PA - Regional multi-disciplinary firm is accepting resumes for a GIS Technicians for our Erie, PA office. Proficiency with ESRI ArcGIS Desktop required. Bachelor's degree in GIS, Geography, Computer Science or other degree with extensive GIS course work required. Salary based on qualifications.

3D Modeling Point Cloud to Revit Technician - Seeking a CAD and GIS 3D Modeler Technicians to be based in Denver. We are seeking one or more individuals with surveying and/or design background to support our 3D laser scanning capabilities.

Geocoding Optimization Product Engineer - Pipeline (Esri) - Esri needs your help to build an amazing cloud-oriented web-GIS platform and the latest mobile mapping applications. If you're an energetic, detail-oriented software engineer who's crazy about data and has a knack for discovering patterns, then we want you!

GIS Specialist, Loveland Colorado - Position salary range: $53,500 -$82,900 per year Qualifications Bachelor's Degree in GIS, land surveying, civil engineering, geography, computer science or closely related field; or an Associate's Degree in land surveying, civil engineering, geography, computer science or closely related field with additional, relevant skill/background.

Surveyor IV, Wyoming - Survey to determine precise location and measurements of points, elevations, lines, areas, and contours for construction, mapmaking, land division, titles, mining or other surveying related purposes. This position requires the individual work 40 or more hours per week with 95% of the time spent in the field and 5% in the office.

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Glenn maintains a fun, educational, and informative tech blog AnyGeo - Anything geospatial. Look for tips, tricks, and commentary about GIS, Geo, mobile, social, and basically, anything geospatial!

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LizardTech offers software solutions for managing and distributing geospatial imagery, and is the creator of the MrSID® technology, a powerful wavelet-based image encoder, viewer, and file format. LizardTech's line of geospatial software products include GeoExpress®, image compression and manipulations software, Express Server® for high-performance image delivery and publication, and LiDAR Compressor™, which turns giant point cloud datasets into efficient MrSID files.
 
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Dive Into Python-Free 328 Page eBook - Whether you're an experienced programmer looking to get into Python or grizzled Python veteran who remembers the days when you had to import the string module, Dive Into Python is your 'desert island' Python book.

GPS Tracking of Company Vehicles: The Complete Reference Guide - GPS vehicle tracking has gained popularity in many segments of the business world. Two main reasons account for this increase in popularity: a maturing technology with falling prices, and the desire for increased employee productivity.

top news Create an Interactive Map with jQuery (Video) - jQuery is a popular technology tool with the map geeks these days. Here's a training resource that might help you to get up and running with jQuery - enjoy! In Create an Interactive Map with jQuery, Chris Converse shows how to design and create a rich interactive map for a web site, working in a coding environment and using the open-source scripting library jQuery.

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