In this episode I get to spend some (virtual) time up North! The land of lumberjacks, Tim Hortons, Double-Doubles and Hockey… a lot of Hockey. That’s right… Canada. And in this show we actually do not talk a whole lot of Esri! No offense Esri or Arc users, but it is nice to hear somebody […]
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In this episode Michele Mattix of GeoMattix, a woman owned SBA geospatial consulting company, takes some time out of her schedule to discuss with me what she has been up to since we last spoke together some 12 years ago. Learn how she got her start as a small business owner and online instructor for […]
What is OpenGate? Hexagon buys Luciad!? Also some interesting things I have come across lately. In this episode I do something different… just a little time with just me and an open mic and some good tunes discussing some things that I think will affect or benefit geospatial users. This episode gives me a chance […]
In this special edition of Everyday Geo, I visit with Rebecca Firth who is the Community and Partnerships Manager for the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team; HOT for short. This is a group that needs YOU!! Either your mapping skills or translation skills or even a donation. They are furiously working and preparing for hurricane Irma that […]
Out of Arkansas and back in Virginia, I have a chance to talk via Skype to Frank Obusek who lives in beautiful Asheville, North Carolina. Frank is an independent Geospatial Applications Engineer and On-call services consultant focused in Remote Sensing and we discuss some of the issues faced as an independent consultant such as […]
It is college football season and for that I went to NW Arkansas… Razorback country to the main campus of the University of Arkansas. I had the opportunity to sit and talk how the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST) is using geospatial technology for education and research. Malcolm Williamson and Brian Culpepper are my […]
In this episode, I am still posting conversations from my recent trip to Arkansas. I am in Little Rock, learning how an independent agency can be a central hub of information for multiple agencies and municipalities. I had the chance to sit with Chris Owens, who is the Technical Manager for the Pulaski Area Geographic […]
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