Sundosoft Brings GIS to Korea and other International GIS News
The Korea Times has a feature on Yoon Jay-joon (Jay Yoon), CEO of Sundosoft, a large GIS player in the country. One of the graphics is of a box of ArcGIS 9. I guess 10 is not yet out there.
Panasonic's new GPS enabled cameras may not work quite right in China. How and exactly why is not clear, but apparently geotagging is illegal in that country.
Mackenzie District Council in New Zealand is fight against bad GIS data.
"During the last revaluation, it was discovered the information we sent to our valuers was incorrect. This was due to multiple users creating different copies of the data, manipulating the information and treating it as correct," Mr Morris said.
"If council chose to do nothing, the GIS information will get progressively worse.
But the local government does not want to put a dedicated outside person in charge of cleaning up the data. Instead, it's looking into a shared position.
The Doolin Coast Guard team in Co Clare Ireland will be the only such unit in the country with a GIS. It'll be run on tablets to increase efficiency in response and planning.
The system also contains up to date information on the locations of caves, popular surfing spots and other areas where the team might be requested to respond to an incident.
It will also aid in incident planning as it contains information such as radio reception blackspots, access routes and helicopter landing sites.