Monthly Archives: May 2018

Namur in 3D


3D Cartography The City opens an open access 3D modeling platform for the entire municipal area. Some 45,000 buildings have been mapped. The model presents various themes such as a detailed relief model, a high-resolution aerial photograph (5cm pixel), textured 3D buildings (in LOD2 detail level), roof thermography and the results of a potential analysis. Finally, the model also makes it possible to visualize the current and future major urban planning projects. Press Articles: Le Soir: RTBF: Namur Capitale : Namur en 3D Votre maison en 3D, c’est pour bientôt ! LaMeuse: Les toits de Namur, vraie mine électrique L'avenir: [...]

Namur in 3D2018-05-30T12:54:16+02:00

Storymap: The EU school fruit, vegetables and milk scheme


The school scheme, funded through the EU Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), provides fruit, vegetables and milk to schoolchildren as part of a wider programme of education about European agriculture and the benefits of healthy eating.  The ESRI Story Maps App gives them the opportunity to showcase the plan, engages the community and shares it with the world.

Storymap: The EU school fruit, vegetables and milk scheme2018-05-25T13:59:49+02:00

Flemish hunting grounds


Pioneering role Hubertus Vereniging Vlaanderen vzw has played a pioneering role since 2007 in digitizing the Flemish hunting grounds. It is thanks to the investment and efforts of the hunting sector that the digital hunting plans have been realized. Hubertus Vereniging Vlaanderen takes its responsibility and contributes to making the hunting plans transparent and updating. The latter is a considerable administrative task, partly due to volatile ownership and difficult access to the land register. In the past it was legally possible to colorize plots smaller than 1 ha on which no hunting rights were leased in the hunting plan. Now [...]

Flemish hunting grounds2018-05-23T12:13:40+02:00

Model data connections and make predictions


Insights for ArcGIS 2.3 released! Available now and hot off the software press! Insights for ArcGIS 2.3 is available with ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Enterprise. What’s new? Great question. Glad you asked. Here are the key features… Link analysis allows you to establish relationships and view connections between related data elements. This lets you make sense of associations between people, places, events, and other entities. The relationships can be described by degrees, closeness, and betweenness.  A link map incorporates both the ability to see spider lines to show connected locations or, when it shows directionality, a flow map.  Here are some examples where link charts and link [...]

Model data connections and make predictions2018-05-08T19:59:23+02:00

Webinar Drone2Map


Drone2Map for ArcGIS helps you to use footage from your drone for visualizations and analyzes in ArcGIS. Afterwards it is possible to make drone images available to others via ArcGIS Online. During this webinar we give you a demonstration of how you can convert drone images into usable ArcGIS data.  

Webinar Drone2Map2018-05-02T13:48:47+02:00