IGIS has been working with Lauren Klein, Community Garden Program Coordinator at UCCE Marin County, to develop an interactive web mapping tool for community gardens in Marin County. In addition to the public-facing site which displays the locations of the various types of community gardens in Marin County, there is also a protected site for approved users to enter new garden sites to the database.
IGIS is a new ANR Program established in 2012 to provide GIS support, software, data and training to ANR.
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Survey 123 for Mobile Data Collection
Posted 7/29/2015 - IGIS is happy to announce that we now have a fantastic new tool for mobile data collection. This new tool is called Survey 123, and is among the most impressive of the new technological developments presented at the ESRI Users Conference last week...
Day 4 at the 2015 ESRI User Conference - Wrap Up
Posted 7/24/2015 - The last day of the ESRI User Conference was as informative as the first. I attended several different sessions covering several different topics. The first session I attended was about smart mapping. Smart Mapping is a new set of tools that are being...
ArcGIS for UAS
Posted 7/22/2015 - One of the potentially more exciting bits of news coming out of this year's ESRI User's Conference is that ESRI will soon be releasing an app for processing imagery collected by unmanned aerial systems (UAS). With this app you reportedly will be...
Day 3 at the 2015 ESRI User Conference - Story Maps
Posted 7/22/2015 - The third day at the ESRI User Conference was a good day with serveral great sessions about Web Scenes (online 3d scenes), think google earth with ESRI data and ESRI Story Maps. What are ESRI Story Maps?… to quote ESRI “Esri...
Second Day Highlights of ESRI Conference
Posted 7/21/2015 - The second day of the 2015 ESRI User Conference in San Diego has officially come to a close, and what a great day it was. Wherein the first day featured the shock and awe of key note speakers and plenary presentations, the second day consisted of a...