GIS Industry News

Press releases and geospatial industry news from GIS companies.

Canadian Company Timbercraft Consultation Chooses SuperPad

The global GIS software provider, Supergeo Technologies Inc., is excited to announce that the Canadian consulting firm Timbercraft Consultation Inc. selects SuperPad to record spatial data. Specialized in geographic data collection, Timbercraft Consultation provides various professional services to both the […]

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Learn More About Maptitude for Redistricting at the NCSL Annual Conference

NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS (USA) – The National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) Capitol Forum will be held December 10-13, 2017 in Coronado, California (USA). NCSL is the only national organization to represent state legislatures in the United States and the conference […]

EarthSense Releases New Nationwide Map of Air Pollution

EarthSense Systems has published MappAir – the first ever high resolution nationwide map of air pollution. Combining data from satellites and its own air quality monitoring sensors together with open source data, EarthSense has used complex modelling techniques to create […]

thinkWhere Maps Out Business Expansion with Mahon Fitzgerald Appointment

Scottish GIS company thinkWhere has appointed Mahon Fitzgerald to the newly created position of Marketing Manager.   thinkWhere is an established specialist in Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Fitzgerald joins following recent innovations by the Stirling-based company in online platforms […]

Dr Wolfgang Steinborn Awarded DDGI’s Golden Badge of Honor

Dr Wolfgang Steinborn, a Senior Advisor at European Space Imaging, has been awarded the prestigious golden badge of honor by the German Umbrella Organization for Geo-Information (DDGI). This elite award is highly exclusive and only three people have been decorated […]

Satellite Images Of West Attica Flood Help Government Response

A flood west of Athens, Greece, was caused by heavy rain on November 15-16, and has killed 22 people. The cities of Mandra, Elefsina, and Nea Peramos were most affected with 1,184 buildings suffering damage requiring significant government compensation. European Space […]