The Vanishing Divide: New solutions bridge the gap between CAD and GIS.


For decades, computer-aided design (CAD) and geographic information systems (GIS) have been like oil and water. CAD...

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The Demise of Google Earth Enterprise: VRICON AND ARCGIS EARTH FILL THE GAP


GOOGLE is ending a 10-year run of Google Earth Enterprise (GEE), which contributed greatly to the market...

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Oregon Preparing for Export: Assessing the Seismic Challenges of a Liquified Natural Gas Plant


In the international port of Coos Bay, Ore., construction will begin in late 2016 on a liquefied natural...

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Blending Realities


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See the Light: LiDAR Data Help Expose Landslide Hazards


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