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 February issue
Standards, emergency mapping and GI opportunities everywhere!
Information standards and INSPIRE feature strongly in this issue with a focus on local government plus Bruce McCormack, President of EUROGI, challenges us in UK to take advantage of GI opportunities in Europe. And don't miss Nigel Woof's vivid account of MapAction's deployment to the Philippines following super-typhoon Haiyan; Andy Coote is clearly impressed with what he saw at the GSDI and GIS Africa conferences; and AGI reveals its Big 5 debate for 2014!
In addition to our regular columnists and industry news coverage, this issue also features a report on the recent AGI Awards and case studies on decimetre positioning, web mapping and how is GIS helping to sustain the Welsh marine environment?
Information standards in local governmentA major programme has been transforming how information is used in local government in England over the last decade, explains Tim Adams.
Scottish SMEs win at AGI awardsA personal mobile solution for visual impact analysis and a linear GIS that stretched over 250 miles were awarded as exemplary uses of GIS in 2013.
Hackney invests in decimetre positioningOne London Borough has discovered the benefits of high accuracy mapping at an affordable cost with a GNSS handheld from KOREC.
GI opportunities everywhere!Exciting opportunities are opening up in Europe says Bruce McCormack, President of EUROGI. So why isn't Britain playing its part?
Web mapping drives highways solutionAtkins Highways & Transportation looks set to cut business costs with the help of Cadline's MapThat interactive web GIS.
Emergency mappers deploy to the PhilippinesAfter a disaster like super-typhoon Haiyan strikes, emergency mapping is vital in the race to save lives, as MapAction's Nigel Woof vividly describes.
Africa Rising!Andrew Coote and Phil Knight report on the rising use and importance of geospatial technology on the world's most misunderstood continent.
INSPIRE: a local government viewTough times but help may be on the way.
AGI's Big 5 debateChris Rhodes reveals a series of events to examine current GI issues.
Case Study: FishMap MonHow is GIS helping to sustain the Welsh marine environment?