Webinar Tecnologias GIS aplicadas à Gestão Pública: Imagem apresenta soluções em GIS para Governo


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http://www.img.com.br/emkt/gestaopublica/webinar_01.html

17 de Novembro de 2010, 11 horas

O Webinar abordará questões inerentes à gestão pública, tais como padronização de informações, GIS aplicado à gestão municipal e o novo lançamento da Imagem para o segmento – O Acrópolis.

Este seminário é indicado para funcionários públicos envolvidos em gestão municipal e eventualmente estadual/federal.

Os palestrantes serão Erick Sobreiro, Líder de Soluções para Governo da Imagem; e Deilson Silva, Líder de Marketing Técnico da Imagem.

Deilson Silva – Líder de Marketing Técnico (Imagem)

GIS Data Formats


http://store.geocomm.com/data/aboutdata.html

The following documents explain the origin and contain detailed descriptions about the various data that are distributed by The GeoCommunity.

Canada 3D Product Specifications (PDF)

About The Digital Chart Of The World (DCW)

About Digital Line Graph Data (DLG)

About Digital Elevation Model (DEM) Data

About Digital Raster Graphics (DRGs)

About the National Wetlands Inventory (NWI)

About .E00 format data – this resource will walk users through importing and using these data.

How can I view the data? – This is a very common question. There’s no one simple solution since there are a number of different data types and formats available from this site. This feature will guide you to a number of excellent free viewing tools.

About Landsat Thematic Mapper (TM) Data

About U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service State Soil Geographic (STATSGO)

About the Delaware 1m color DOQQs

About Digital Orthophoto Quarter Quadrangles (DOQQs)

The GeoCommunity is pleased to provide the GIS community with data bundles, custom written to CD-ROM at prices that can’t be had anywhere else. If you can’t find what you need, or have a special data request, please contact a GeoCommunity representative via email at data@geocomm.com.

 

Sample HTML Viewers (GIS)


ArcIMS includes several sample implementations of the HTML Viewer.
Before choosing the sample links, go to the setup instructions for the sample you want to try.

 

Basic Map
Setup
This sample viewer demonstrates basic calls for a map image. These calls include displaying a map, and zooming and panning functions. The zooming and panning are done through several different interfaces, including buttons with icons (toolbar style), buttons with text (form style), and links.
Extract
Setup
This sample viewer demonstrates the use of the Extract Server to extract layers for user-defined extent.
Generic Map
Setup
This sample viewer presents a dropdown list of all Image MapServices running on a server, and allows the user to choose one to display. It also has an Options tool that allows the user to set a variety of properties including zoom and pan factors, color for zoom box outline and map background, selection and highlight color, north arrow style, style of the layer list, and map coordinate display.
HyperLink
Setup
This sample viewer demonstrates a hyperlink function. It shows how to turn map features into hyperlinks that display another web page.
Java Post
Setup
This sample viewer demonstrates the use of a Java applet inside the HTML viewer to communicate with the ArcIMS Application Server instead of to the ArcIMS Servlet Connector. The applet uses Java 1.1 instead of Java 2, and therefore does not require the JRE Plug-in. The sample supports the same functions as the HTML viewer created by ArcIMS Designer, but can be extended with Java 1.1. This sample does not run in Netscape 6 browser due to changes in Java security.
MultiService
Setup
This sample viewer demonstrates the ability to load multiple MapServices, including MapServices from more than one host.
Parcels
Setup
This sample viewer demonstrates linking layer features to data in an external database. A layer of land parcels with matching parcel information found in an Access database is provided. This sample can be used with Active Server Pages (ASP) or ColdFusion to communicate with the external data.
Thematic Map
Setup
This sample viewer shows interactive thematic rendering of layers and generating statistics on a field. 

 

http://mapoteca.cnps.embrapa.br/mapserver/htmlviewer/

TNTAtlas – Free GIS Viewer


TNTAtlas
TNTatlas is a free Geodata viewing tool for Mac OS X and Windows. Geodata files currently supported include shapefiles, DWG, DGN, DXF, JPEG, JP2, TIFF, GeoTIFF, PNG, ECW, and MrSID formats. TNTatlas also has features for querying, measurement, printing, sketching of the displayed geodata.

http://www.microimages.com/products/tntatlas/index.htm

ESRI lança ArcGIS.com e ArcGIS Explorer Online


Redlands, California, EUA 25 de maio, 2010 — ESRI anuncia o lançamento de ArcGIS.com http://www.arcgis.com/ . O ArcGIS.com é um site da ESRI que permite o compartilhamento de conteúdo GIS (Sistemas de Informação Geográfica), a organização de dados geográfica em grupos e a criação de comunidades de troca de dados geográficos. Na nova versão do ArcGIS Explorer e ArcGIS Explorer Online é possível ter acesso direto ao conteúdo do ArcGIS.com.

Através ArcGIS.com, os visitantes têm acesso a inúmeros mapas gratuitos e prontos para serem usados em aplicações e projetos, incluindo mapas de cidades que foram elaborados com base de dados de diversas organizações ao redor do mundo. Para uma rápida e fácil criação de mapas e mashups, existe a aplicação JavaScript Web Mapping que está disponível ArcGIS.com.

ESRI oferece aos usuários como ponto de partida uma base de mapas de alta qualidade, e eles podem fazer uma busca no conteúdo do ArcGIS online e outros layers em servidores disponíveis na Web para a realizações de mashups.Esse mashups podem ser compartilhados e consumidos por outros usuários, inclusive aqueles com o ArcGIS para aplicação de mapeamento iPhone. Além disso, ArcGIS.com permite às pessoas compartilharem seus mapas e aplicativos com todos ou grupos pré-determinados que se juntam para colaborar em projetos específicos. Os usuários podem criar seus próprios grupos e convidar outras pessoas para compartilhar o seu conteúdo na Web.

A nova aplicação ArcGIS cria uma nova perspectiva de visualização do conteúdo GIS através ArcGIS Explorer Online. O conteúdo do ArcGIS Online pode ser acessado diretamente dentro do ArcGIS Explorer Online para criar mapas que pode ser compartilhada e consumida por uma ampla comunidade de usuários, incluindo a comunidade iPhone.

Os visitantes sem cadastrar-se podem visualizar os conteúdos disponíveis do ArcGIS.com http://www.arcgis.com/ . Para ter acesso a toda potencialidade do ArcGIS.com, como upload de dados e compartilhamento de informações geográficas, os usuários acessam através do login da conta da ESRI Global.Os usuários que não possuem uma conta ESRI Global será direcionado para uma página onde pode criar uma.

Fonte: Adaptação Reportagem ESRI

ERDAS ER Viewer License (GIS)


ERDAS ER VIEWER 2010

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