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 December issue
INSPIRE, webGIS and - a future for the census?
Our December issue offers plenty to read while you munch on that extra mince pie! The GiSPro Interview sees Andrew Trigg explain the latest developments at Land Registry; Robin Waters reports back from a consultation on the future of population statistics in England and Wales; Peter Parslow shares an Ordnance Survey experience; Colin Henderson considers just how disruptive cloud technology really is; Michelle Oldfield explains how a spatial app can be "sold" without a map in sight; and - have you ever tracked where your cat goes at night? David Green has!
This issue also covers recent industry events including Cadcorp's fire services conference, the lecture given by Esri's Jack Dangermond to the British Cartographic Society on web cartography, Geoplace's Everything Happens Somewhere 2013 conference and Esri's Developer Summit Europe 2013. All this in addition to our regular columnists and coverage of the latest industry news and products!
A future for the census?Robin Waters reports from a meeting held to discuss the current consultation on future provision of population statistics in England and Wales.
GiSPro Interview: GI chief is INSPIREdOur editor talks across the waves to Andrew Trigg and discovers more about latest developments with Land Registry.
Fire services show GIS creativityRichard Spooner, marketing manager of Cadcorp, reports on the company's recent fire services conference.
Cloud Technologies: the silver lining for GIS?Colin Henderson considers the "cloud" - is the technology really disruptive enough to change the way we work with spatial information?
Ever wondered where your cat goes at night?After becoming the owner of two Siamese cats, David Green's curiosity led to a cat tracking study! You might now be asking yourself, why?
Web GIS set to transform CartographyJack Dangermond, president of Esri, recently gave an inspiring lecture for the British Cartographic Society on the future of GIS.
Case Study: a subtle spatial solutionMichelle Oldfield, Canal and Rivers Trust, shows how a spatial application can be "sold" to business users without a map in sight!
MasterMap: INSPIREd transitionsPeter Parslow shares an Ordnance Survey experience.
Everything Happens SomewhereRobin Waters' take on the 2013 GeoPlace conference.
Map Geeks on Thames!The editor reports from Esri's Developer Summit Europe 2013.