GiSPro is the leading journal for senior professionals and managers developing and using geographical information systems.
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GiSPro is the journal for professionals. Whether users, managers, developers, consultants, data collectors, sensor and system developers or academics and researchers, GiSPro is aimed at all those who work in the broad field of spatial data application, management, interrogation, collection and processing.
What's in the latest issue
What the editor says about the April issue
BIM, unlocking GI and keeping up with the wildlife!
The April 2013 edition kicks off with part one of Tim Wood's article on the UK's BIM strategy and how GI can help improve information on the built environment - plus don't miss our report from the GEO-North event! This issue's GiSPro Interview will interest anyone considering switching to digital data capture technology while Gayle Gander from GeoPlace describes the development of new guidance on BLPU polygons and David Overton explains how SplashMaps demonstrates the possibilities of open data.
Also, our case studies have a particularly international flavour and include a look at Malta's new web portal; a report from the imaGIne conference in Dublin; the University of Northampton has focused its marketing activities using ArcGIS software; and how has cloud GIS helped to centralise mapping information in Pakistan? Finally, our news coverage and regular columnists keep you up-to-date with industry developments plus find out how GIS technology helped the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust.
When BIM meets GI - part oneThe UK's BIM strategy can deliver improved information about the built environment. Tim Wood explains what BIM is and its connections to GI.
Mapping for Malta: free and onlineThe authors explain how Malta is developing a web portal that will make mapping, imagery and thematic datasets accessible to everyone.
Cloud GIS maps development in PakistanJames Gasson, a United Nations volunteer, explains how Esri's cloud GIS has helped to create a Web Map Hub to centalise isolated information.
GiSPro Interview: a story from the fieldJohn Booth, team leader for traffic management at Mouchel, explains why he switched his department to Trimble's digital data capture technology.
New guidance on polygons helps local authoritiesGayle Gander from GeoPlace describes the development of new guidance on polygons for basic land and property units (BLPUs).
Case Study: Taking GIS beyond the campusEsri's ArcGIS software has helped the University of Northampton focus its marketing activities to attract prospective students deterred by tuition fees.
SplashMaps - a tangible return from Open DataDavid Overton explains how SplashMaps show one way to help our community feel and understand the possibilities of open data.
GEO-North ReportHear all the latest from the first GEO Event of 2013 - from digital natives to friendly drones!
Unlocking GI in DublinProfessor Ian Masser reports from the imaGIne conference
Mapping the wildHow has GIS technology helped the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust?