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GeoComm eBook Focuses on Assessing GIS Data for NG911

August 21, 2015By

GeoComm has released an ebook focusing on assessing GIS data for an NG911 system (next-generation 911). In an NG911 system, GIS data development, accuracy, and maintenance are vital, and GeoComm approaches NG911 readiness in three steps: assess, improve and maintain. The ebook, Key Steps for Assessing Mission Critical Data for 9-1-1, focuses on the assess step. GeoComm approaches GIS data assessment by first... read more

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Esri Book Explores Spatial Thinking, Research Using GIS

April 22, 2015By

Scientific data that’s spatially analyzed produces highly useful information for academics, scientists and other researchers, helping them answer questions and make well-informed decisions, according to a new book published by Esri. The book GIS Research Methods: Incorporating Spatial Perspectives shows how spatial analysis using geographic information system (GIS) technology enhances research in the social and physical sciences. Authors Sheila Lakshmi Steinberg and... read more

Ebook Looks at GIS in Health Care

May 12, 2014By

American Sentinel University’s new e-book,The State of the Modern Health Care Industry in the 21st Century: Technology and Business Intelligence Leads the Way, profiles the technology shifts in health care and offers an inside look into how geographic information systems (GIS) can be applied in health care organizations and the industry’s growing need for professionals with GIS knowledge. GIS has... read more