Jul 3, 2013
GIS4C is pleased to introduce the Trimble UX5 Aerial Imaging Solution, the industry's first complete UAS photogrammetric mapping solution designed specifically for surveyors and geospatial professionals.
The Trimble UX5 Aerial Imaging Rover builds upon the strengths of its predecessor, the Gatewing X100. To this field-proven system, the Trimble UX5 adds enhanced image quality and intuitive workflows.
Jun 5, 2012
Imagine being able to achieve highly accurate mapping, whenever and wherever needed, even in less than favorable weather conditions (wind, light rain, cloud cover) where conventional photogrammetry simply won't suffice, while keeping both feet firmly on the ground. All this is now available at a reasonable price.
GIS4C is proud to announce the introduction of the Gatewing X100 revolutionary aerial mapping and surveying system. The drone holds a 10 Megapixel camera and can fly up to 45 minutes to picture 1,5 square km. The raw images are digitally processed in the highest quality orthophotos with a pixel resolution of 5 cm. The photo maps are geo-referenced and can further be used in Arcgis. For further info see http://www.gatewing.com
Nov 24, 2011
ArcGIS for Home Use makes GIS availble to everyone. This offer is ideal for existing ArcGIS users who want to use the powerful software at home for noncommercial personal use and for individuals who want to expand their GIS skills. However, anyone can participate in this program.
For a $100 annual fee, the ArcGIS for Home Use 12-month term license includes:
Please send an email to email@example.com to receive the instructions for purchasing the software.
Sept 20, 2011
Domeinbeheer starts with enterprise GIS. Wim Tuitman from WSPimc is helping governments and utillity companies in the region to set-up or further improve Geographic Information Systems. Within the EU-funded project "Capacity building for governments and utillity companies" Domeinbeheer now starts using ArcGIS Server for their processes. The advantage of using ArcGIS Server in combination with ArcGIS Desktop is the use of one central database and the ability to share all information on the intranet.
Sept 20, 2011
We are proud to announce that GIS4C is now a reseller of the Network Express Solution from 3-GIS. Network Express is the web application based on ArcGIS server and gives you a rich set of functions via the browser. You can view and query your geographic data, make maps and do analyses. But it is also very capable for advanced data editing, network analyses like tracing and data manipulation. This application is the solution for utillity companies to manage their assets (water and electricity) and for telecom companies to register, plan and analyse their networks (fiber, coax, copper etc.).Please contact us for further information.
May 03, 2011
The Topographic Department of Public Works (DOW) is in the process of upgrading the vector base map towards a more meaningful object oriented base map. GIS4C has been assigned together with Esri Nederland and Grontmij Nederland to do the implementation. The base map will be converted and combined with meaningful data. The whole infrastructure has been setup to share the base map via internet. For the processing of survey data dg DIALOG from Grontmij is used. ArcGIS Desktop is used for further data editing, completing the objects and GIS Analyses. ArcGIS Server is used for data management and web enabling. The product GeoWeb is used for the standard user interface to interact with the base map.
GIS4C has also been given the order for the delivery, training and maintenance of new Trimble Surveying equipment.
On the 3rd of May this year the website was officially opened by Minister Cooper at the Avila Beach Hotel. During this presentation many end-users and organisations involved were present. For more information, please visit the website:http://basiskaart.curacao-gov.an
1 May, 2011
A Joint Venture consisting of GIS4C, GESP and University of the West Indies, has won the tender launched by UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) for the construction of a Geographic Information System in the Caribbean aimed at coordinating all operations of assessment of risks from catastrophic events (earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, etc..) and to identify measures for its mitigation.
The project, which is an essential part of the R3i Framework Programme (Regional Risk Reduction Initiative) funded by the European Commission, has a duration of two years and provides data assessments, data modeling, analysis and mapping of the vulnerability of sensitive sites such as towns, ports and airports, power lines and technological networks, power plants, etc
For further information please visit: http://r3i.gis-hmva.gesp.it/home
Julu 15, 2010
During the Esri User Conference 2010 in San Diego the Bureau Telecommunicatie en Post was presented with the "Special Achievement in GIS Award". This international recognition has been granted based on the professional implementation of GIS (Geographic Information Systems) for a Telecommunications Administrator, Bureau Telecommunicatie en Post (BTP). The BTP is making use of GIS to administrate frequencies used in microwave links, manage transmitter sites, quality control and supervision on telecommunications operators in the former Netherlands Antilles.
July 15, 2009
San Diego, California- Bureau Domeinbeheer recieved a Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) Award today at the 2009 Esri International User Conference (Esri UC) in San Diego, California. The organization recieved this honor for its vision, leadership, and innovative use of Esri's geographic information sytem (GIS) technology. Bureau Domeinbeheer was selected from more than 300,000 organizations worldwide and recognized during today's SAG Awards Ceremony for making extraordinary contributions to our global society.
Bureau Domeinbeheer is using GIS to improve land management throughout the Goverment of Curaçao. Since 2007, the organization has been integrating the most up-to-date information about tenants, payments, and survey and cadastre data into a single GIS. This practice not only aids goverment decision makers, but allows others within the organization to easily access and view GIS data. Service to the customers and community has been improved by using correct, up-to-date, and integrated data.