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  1. GIS Professional April 2018

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    n this issue, Tim Hayes discusses the world of consulting in the GIS industry and whether it is right for you; Josie Hawkey & Nathan Heazlewood share their thoughts on female leadership within the GIS industry; Holly Smith reports on the recent ‘Women in Geospatial' Breakfast event where some valuable wisdom was shared by industry leaders; Faith Clark explains how Scottish governments are benefiting from a new generation of cloud data services; and David Crowther shares his experiences of working for Cadline as a GIS Application Engineer, and in particular what it is like to work as a Geographer within the ‘CAD world’. We also have an interview with Paul Ramsey of CARTO about how both PostgreSQL and PostGIS can provide a solid foundation for any organisational GIS architecture; along with a report on Geovate 2018 from Richard Groom. Plus all the latest news and regular columns - Happy reading!

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  2. GIS Professional February 2018

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    In this issue, Californian GIS Manager Tim Hayes shares his thoughts on GIS career expectations in government; Tim Sutton, QGIS chair and company director, highlights some important considerations on free and opensource GIS (FOSSGIS) for enterprise users; Andrew Zolnai takes us through the development of Spatial Grids and the structure of Spatial Data Models; Todd Barr shares his perspectives on the emerging Agtech industry; and Nathan Heazlewood asks the question: Do GIS professionals understand their own industry well enough? We also have an interview with Neil Brammall of Utility Information Services Ltd who talks about the potential of geospatial solutions and services for mapping the man-made world beneath our feet; and a more light-hearted look at light wavelengths and how they relate to today’s remote sensing activities. Plus all the latest news and regular columns - Happy reading!

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  3. GIS Professional December 2017

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    The focus of this issue of GIS Professional is GDPR in addition to articles reflecting on interesting cases in the magazine: you will find articles on this subject in addition to the regular columns. Do you like it better to have the magazine in your hands? Get the print edition!https://www.gis-professional.com/magazine/subscribe In this issue: Talking with Perry Peterson (p. 10) Why Geospatial Needs to Listen to GDPR (p. 14) Geo-referencing and Visual Retail Stock with Geospatial Technologies (p.20) Applying Geospatial Technologies to Real Estate in Nigeria (p. 24) Working in the Industry (p. 26)

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  4. GIS Professional October 2017

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    The focus of this issue of GIS Professional is open data and open source software in addition to articles reflecting on interesting cases in the magazine: you will find articles on this subject in addition to the regular columns. Do you like it better to have the magazine in your hands? Get the print edition! In this issue: Interview: Dr Suchid Anand (p. 8) AGI ready to welcome GeoCom17 (p. 10) The View from Here by Adena Schutzberg (p.13) Opensource GIS – A disruptive force or a driver of innovation? (p. 14) Why open data is not as simple as it seems (p. 16) MapAction brings response to disasters (p. 20) Symbol System for Disaster Management (p. 22) INSPIRE - Open data and Web GIS (p. 26)
  5. GIS Professional August 2017

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    Order the GIS Professional June 2017 back issue at Geomares Education & Data Solutions. GIS Professional: the magazine for the GIS professional. The focus of this issue of GIS Professional is big data in addition to articles reflecting on interesting cases in the magazine: A Nation Embracing its Geospatial Future Big Data Modernizes the Statistical Field The revolution of GIS in map making 3D mobile mapping inspires change ESRI UK User Conference 2017 Of course, you also find the regular columns like the Editorial Notes, Adena Schutzberg, Abigail Page and the Elevator Pitch with Antris.
  6. GIS Professional June 2017

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    Order the GIS Professional June 2017 back issue at Geomares Education & Data Solutions. GIS Professional: the magazine for the GIS professional. Recently, GIS Pro conducted a market and applications survey, and with over 200 responses, we present our findings which gives an interesting insight into the current GIS landscape. Plus, Sabine de Milliano takes us through some of the strangest ‘creative traps’ left by Cartographers to catch out copyright infringement. We also take a look at how administrative data is used for other purposes than what it was collected for, New Zealand’s Department of Conservation (DOC) adopting to use Survey123 for ArcGIS and what do we mean by the term ‘Digital Twin’ and how does it affect us. Joost Boers reports from the GeoPlace Annual Conference which took place on the 11 May from the grounds of the Leeds United Football Club with over 350 people attending. Plus the regular columns from industry experts Adena Schutzberg and Abigail Page.
  7. GIS Professional April 2017

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    An important issue for all readers as we focus on education and training for GIS professionals plus the growing market for remotely sensed data from space. From MOOCs to PhDs the issue bubbles with contributions from the AGI, RGS and many other education and training experts - a must read. We also report on the SATSUMMIT in Washington DC and how you should not miss the upcoming GEO Business event.

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  8. GIS Professional February 2017

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    Order the GIS Professional February 2017 back issue at Geomares Education & Data Solutions. GIS Professional: the magazine for the GIS professional.
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