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    Spatial Data Format in ArcGIS

    By Lurker,
    ESRI with their product , ArcGIS, has been an standard industry in geospatial data so their data format are widely use by most of GIS Analyst With their latest product , ArcGIS, ESRI have some different format to suit in many aspect, for example 3D, Raster, Vector or spatial database. 1. VECTOR DATA FORMAT : a. SDC: Smart Data Compression SDC is ESRI's highly compressed format, which is directly readable by ArcGIS software, but not by ArcView 3.x. Many ESRI Data and Maps datasets are na

    ArcGIS X News

    By EmperoR,
    ArcGIS X (10) or well known before as ArcGIS 9.4 will be release in Juny 2010  :shocked: please download the podcast to hear what the reason behind this changes here : [hide] http://www.esri.com/news/podcasts/audio/speaker/dangermond_arcgis10.mp3 [/hide] As many of you know ESRI was planning to release ArcGIS 9.4 during the second quarter of this year.  Well that is not happening, they are instead releasing ArcGIS 10. ESRI has decided that the level of changes and improvements planned

    gvSIG Mini 0.2 for Android Released

    By EmperoR,
    v0.2 adds support for:     * WMS and WMS-C layers     * Compass sensor     * GPS/Cell geolocation + location precision display     * Navigation mode     * Share your location with Twitter, SMS, Email, Facebook,etc     * Download efficiency improvements     * Street View     * New layers: Ordnance Survey (UK), PNOA (Spain), Yandex (Russia)     * Various user interface improvements including “Quick Zoom” The developers, Prodevelop, have released this full press release that als

    ArcGIS 9.3.1 SP2 Announcement

    By EmperoR,
    This is an announcement for ArcGIS 9.3.1 SP2, planned to be available in June 2010, and contains a list of issues targeted for this upcoming release for detail please look at this PDF [hide] http://downloads2.esri.com/support/documentation/ao_/9.3.1_SP2_Announcement.pdf [/hide] contain list bout the bug fixes and some enhancement regards, ADMIN

    List of very High Resolution satellite data

    By EmperoR,
    Satellite image data with a spatial resolution of 1 meter or better, are labeled as “very high resolution” or VHR imagery.  New VHR active (SAR) and passive (optical) sensors are available and suitable for new applications. The new VHR sensors provide spatially detailed information on the surface of the Earth of particular importance for a number of applications related to human security. These include analysis of settlements, quantifying urban sprawl, enumerating refugee and IDP camps, and cris

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