You probably grew up using ArcGIS… or QGIS…and every day, you sit down at your computer desk…and you do the same thing: You open up the same ArcGIS software…or QGIS software (albeit a newer version) because that’s what you know best.But have you ever asked yourself,Can I get MORE from using different GIS mapping software?
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You don’t have to pay a king’s ransom to map the world. This is because you can do it all with free GIS software.
The best part is: These free GIS software give you the firepower to get the job done as if you’re working with commercial GIS software.
The GIS software options out there seem endless. ArcGIS, QGIS, GRASS GIS, SuperGIS, SAGA GIS, JUMP GIS… The range of GIS products to choose from can get a bit “ridiculous” at times. Don’t worry. You map out solutions to real-life problems every day. You just need someone to map out the GIS software landscape for you.
Google Earth has been reborn.Google unveiled a completely redesigned Google Earth and it does away with the single worst thing about the previous version of the software. Out now for desktop and Android, it no longer requires a separate download — it’s available directly in Chrome. SEE ALSO: Google Maps can now take you deep […]
Remote Sensing Applications and Uses How’d you like to see a list of some of the most amazing remote sensing applications and uses? Well consider yourself very lucky… …because today we’re going to share some of the absolute BEST remote sensing applications with you. Warning: you are not going to get the boring, generalized lists… […]
Satellite Imagery provides much essential and critical information for monitoring many applications such as image fusion, change detection, and land cover classification. Remote sensing is an important technique to obtain information relating to the Earth’s resources and environment.
Good geographic information system (GIS) questions are not easily created. They can be mysterious to some, unknown to others and cause others to scratch their heads in curiosity. Since most questions posed to GIS are relatively simple – where is this? Most users have their answers satisfied and move on. But a much smaller number of people seek answers to more complex questions that are not immediately available – or even understood.