Posts tagged as tool

Multidimensional analysis with GIS

Because of the multi-dimensional aspect of the data, it is often described as a data cube, image cube, or multidimensional raster. In ArcGIS Pro, users can work with scientific data in multiple formats: netCDF, GRIB or HDF layers, space-time cubes, mosaic datasets, or, with the release of ArcGIS Pro 2.4, they can use multidimensional raster […]

Online platform streamlines mine’s operational requirements

Anglo American Platinum’s Mogalakwena Complex near Mokopane in Limpopo province, the world’s largest open-pit platinum mine, has deployed numerous business improvement initiatives over the years to reduce costs to among the lowest in the world. One successful initiative is Mogalakwena’s partnership with Passport 360, which it adopted in June 2015 to streamline the onboarding process […]

Web map analytics adds news integration partner

Maptiks has announced its integration with Mapbox. The company has been working for the past few months to get its web map analytics to measure the full web map experience of Mapbox. Many organisations using Mapbox are facing a growing need to understand how their geospatial efforts are working in the real world. For this […]

3D vector maps for the web

Here Technologies has launched the beta release of harp.gl, a new open source 3D web map renderer. It is a full-fledged vector map renderer built on the latest web technologies. Combining harp.gl’s immersive visuals with Here Technologies map data will give users a high quality location visualisation experience on the web. Building products like high-definition […]

New functions turns utility GIS into complete design tool

Schneider Electric’s latest release of ArcFM Designer XI incorporates additional tooling to handle more complex work to serve as the primary design tool at any utility. It combines the company’s historical design tools into a single, purpose-built design application. The application is part of the ArcFM Solution XI Series, an ecosystem of applications that streamlines […]

Drone platform adds on-site roof measurements and damage detection

​Loveland Innovations added enhancements to its inspection platform, Imging, including drone-based on-site measurements, AI and deep learning-powered damage detection for commercial roofs, and other powerful updates. A real-time measurement process built into the app, allows field adjusters and roofing estimators to view and share dynamic measurements on an Apple iOS tablet while they are still […]

New tool to assess resilience and fragility in African countries

The African Development Bank has created and refined a new tool to diagnose fragility in countries, considering their capacities and pressures they may be under. Called the Country Resilience and Fragility Assessment (CRFA), the tool offers a new method of assessing resilience and fragility using seven key criteria: political inclusiveness, safety and security, justice, the […]

Video intelligence improves fleet safety

Trimble debuted two enhancements to its Video Intelligence platform. These enhancements include the introduction of the Intelliview feature and the availability of a new HD camera and digital video recorder (DVR). Intelliview helps filter different onboard event recordings triggered events by categorising videos as primary or secondary risks, bringing the most critical videos to the […]

Tool for studying mountains worldwide

A new tool that gives users a highly detailed view of the world’s mountains is now available from the US Geological Survey (USGS). The Global Mountain Explorer can help a variety of users – from scientists to resource managers and policy makers – seeking information about these prominent yet often understudied landscapes. Mountains occupy anywhere […]