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  • Offline Maps are out!

    22. Jul 2014

    Offline Maps are now available in Mobile Data Collection app for both iOS and Android devices. The Offline Maps option makes a map available when there is no Internet connection available for a defined area. You can define your area of interest while being online by choosing the area to download and panning/zooming to the…

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  • Introducing GIS Cloud Solutions – Data Hosting

    16. Jul 2014

    Hello GIS Cloud Community, We would like to present you a solution for sharing private maps and data directly with your clients anywhere anytime. Data Hosting Solution enables you to set up your organization by administering roles and permissions of your co workers and users at the same time. Bring in your vector and raster…

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  • Get Your 25% Discount!

    03. Jul 2014

    Thank you for all of your feedback and numerous Special Offer claims. There is still time to join the GIS Cloud Free Month Movement and test our apps. We have decided to take a step further and give you additional 25% on any new subscription you decide to take. And this isn’t a one-time discount…

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  • GIS Cloud Webinar for Consultants Available Online

    30. Jun 2014

    Dear GIS Cloud Community, Thank you for attending our webinar and your great feedback. We will be having more webinars in the near future on different topics. The link to our recorded webinar can be accessed here: GIS Cloud Webinar for Consultants It would be great to hear your ideas, so please leave us a…

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  • Free Webinar for Consultants – Vol 2

    18. Jun 2014

    As promised, due to your outstanding responsiveness, we are holding another free webinar where we will be covering the topic of GIS Solutions for Consultants one more time. Webinar time and date: June, 26th at 1:00 p.m. EST/10:00 a.m. PDT/ 7:00 p.m. CET Can’t make it? Contact us and we’ll see what we can do…

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  • How to consult in 4 steps with GIS Cloud

    16. Jun 2014

    We always like to point out that it is our goal to make your everyday workflow easier and more effective. As consultants, you need a solution that will combine your projects to be fast in performance and a custom yet user friendly way for your clients to access these projects. Chances are you already have…

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  • GIS Cloud – Create your custom collaborative approach – Vol 3

    11. Jun 2014

    So far we have coverred three topics on our solution for consultants: Introduction Collaborative approach for internal use Collaborative approach between you and your clients The last topic on consultants we wanted to cover is if you already have an exact workflow for collaboration between you and your clients. You simply need a custom tool…

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  • Special Offer for Consultants

    05. Jun 2014

    For an entire month, you will have a possibility of using our apps without any commitments for free: Map Editor premium license 2 Map Viewer premium licenses Mobile Data Collection license White Label Customization Ever wanted to serve data through your own custom app? Step 1. Upload your data, create a map and share it…

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  • Google Address Search released!

    05. Jun 2014

    We released a bunch of great new features that we will be presenting during the next couple of weeks. Almost every map you create, has one or even couple of base maps. While you add and create layers, make spatial queries and play with symbology, base maps have been mostly a static feature. Not anymore….

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  • Mobile Data Collection Update Release

    04. Jun 2014

    We have updated the Mobile Data Collection app with a bunch of cool things that are now available for iOS and Android devices. What’s new with this release: High quality photos – collect high resolution photos Log in with Google, Twitter, Facebook or Salesforce Improved queue management Feature ID visible within the app Switch projects…

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  • GIS Cloud – Collaborative approach between you and your clients

    30. May 2014

    Last week we covered Collaborative approach for internal use, while this week we continue with a second part of the GIS Cloud solution for consultants. Let’s say you are a consultant that works with different clients. For an optimal success there needs to be an ongoing communication and collaboration between you and your clients, preferably…

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  • Snapping feature is out!

    21. May 2014

    Hi GIS Cloud community, We are happy to announce that from now on you are able to use edit with snapping in your everyday workflow. Snapping tool enables adding vertices without topology conflict with other features inside the map. In that way, invested time in editing and creating of the data is reduced, while accuracy…

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  • GIS Cloud – Collaborative approach for internal use

    21. May 2014

    It all starts with a project, defining its stages and time a project will last for. There are 2 most common challenges consultants encounter when dealing with projects every day: How to include everyone relevant in the project in and outside the office to collaborate and come up with the best results? Every project needs…

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  • Consulting Solution: Environmental Management Case Study

    20. May 2014

    Tracking changes over time has become a necessity in various fields in environmental management. By keeping track of data records, different patterns can be distinguished which can be relevant for decision making. For instance by displaying annual data for fire activity on a map, patterns can be observed as to which locations are more distressed,…

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  • GIS Cloud Webinar for Consultants

    20. May 2014

    Sign up now for our free GIS Cloud Webinar on the topic of GIS Solutions for Consultants. The idea is to show you how to utilize GIS Cloud Solutions for collaborating and sharing inside and outside your organization. With this 60 minute Webinar you will know all the needed steps to implement our solutions and…

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  • Sharing information and collaborating across the organization – introduction

    07. May 2014

    Let’s say you are a head of one department within an organization that has multiple departments which all need to collaborate in order to achieve their mutual goals. Exchange and contribution of information as well as data collection between these departments is crucial for the goals to be achieved. Challenge: Manage your information exchange across…

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  • GIS Cloud Manager

    05. May 2014

    Hi GIS Cloud community, With the complexity all around us in our everyday lives, GIS Cloud Team wanted to create an app – Your App that makes your life a bit more simple and easy. Specified for managing your organization, clients, licenses, customizing apps, making payments and many more, GIS Cloud Manager is a quickstart…

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  • Mobile Data Collection – Orange County Interview

    28. Apr 2014

    With the focus on the Mobile Data Collection this month, we decided to ask our Users about MDC app, its features and how it has helped them in their every day workflow. We interviewed Grant Sharp, Environmental Monitoring Section Manager with the OC Watersheds Division of OC Public Works in Orange County, California. As the…

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  • Watersheds “Virtual” outfall monitoring: Orange County Case Study

    25. Apr 2014

    Watersheds “Virtual” outfall monitoring is a program that requires observations, physical information, and water quality samples to be collected and analyzed at storm drain outfalls (pipes) during dry weather, in order to detect if there are any sources of pollution in the tributary drainage area that need to be addressed. Collected photos with Mobile Data…

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  • Trapping Solution: Tulare County CA Case Study

    23. Apr 2014

    Asian Citrus Psyllid (ACP) is an invasive species of grave concern because it can carry the disease huanglongbing (HLB), also known as citrus greening. All citrus and closely related species are susceptible hosts for both the insect and the disease. There is no cure once a tree becomes infected. The diseased tree will decline in…

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  • Review and Update Your Data – Special Offer 1+1 = 3

    14. Apr 2014

    Hey GIS Cloud Community, Last week we covered how easy it is to create a project and start your field collection with GIS Cloud apps. This week we are going a bit further and will show you how to review and update your formerly collected data. Also, as promised, check out our MDC Special Offer…

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  • Roadworks Solution: City of Amsterdam case study

    09. Apr 2014

    City of Amsterdam is the capital and most populous city in Netherlands. It is considered to be an alpha world city by the Globalization and World Cities (GaWC) study group. With ranking 3rd in innovation by 2thinknow in the Innovation Cities Index in 2009, search for cloud computing solutions took its momentum in Netherlands. In…

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  • Road Infrastructure and Maintenance Solution: Odsherred Kommune Case Study

    07. Apr 2014

    Odsherred is a peninsula in the north-western part of the island Zealand (Sjælland) in Denmark, stretching from the Sjællands Odde in the north-west to the now drained fjord Lammefjord in the south. It covers an area with a wide range of the most typical Danish landscapes such as long sandy beaches, small rolling hills and…

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  • Collect data in only 5 steps!

    31. Mar 2014

    Hey GIS Cloud Community, As Spring has just started and with the field season coming up for many, it is time to focus on what GIS Cloud can do better for you while being outside the office. This month we would like you to start enjoying the advantages of our apps in the field, create…

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  • Volunteer Watershed Cleanup Events: Orange County CA Case Study

    31. Mar 2014

    Orange County California is comprised of eleven watersheds which drain to 42 miles of sparkling blue coastline and sensitivewetlands such as Upper Newport Bay and Bolsa Chica. There is a lot of interest in protecting and preserving the health of these resources and volunteer cleanup events have become an important part of this effort. In…

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  • Traffic Management Solution: City of Amsterdam Case Study

    19. Mar 2014

    City of Amsterdam is one of the most bicycle-friendly large cities in the world and is a centre of bicycle culture with a good cyclist infrastructure. Therefore there is a pressing need for a quality maintenance of bike lanes, racks, poles and different types of bike infrastructure on regular basis. Challenges Need to map out…

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  • Map Export: High Resolution Maps

    10. Mar 2014

    Export map function has been upgraded and improved! With a new layout and new options, mapping is now a game of endless outputs. You can export maps in high resolution, show a detailed legend, all easier than ever before. Define your map extent manually or automatically to get your preferred map output in a high…

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  • Map Portal Special Offer Extended

    17. Feb 2014

    Dear GIS Cloud Community, Due to your positive responsiveness and special offer claims, we are extending our special offer for another week. With this Special Offer you get: One Map Portal ($95) + 400 000 Vector Features (free) + 2 GB Raster storage (free) Claim it while it’s hot! By acquiring a single Map Portal,…

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  • Data Publishing Solution Case Study: Municipality of Ede

    14. Feb 2014

    Ede is a municipality and a town in Netherlands with a population over 110.000 people. Its proximity to major highways and railways offers fast connections to the port city of Rotterdam, the airport of Schiphol and the Ruhr Area in Germany makes Ede an economically propulsive area. A pressing need occurred for a more innovative…

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  • Learn to publish your data in less than half an hour!

    06. Feb 2014

    Challenge: Create an interactive mapping solution, easily accessible to your customers/public/stakeholders…within an hour time span. The Dare: Make it happen in only 30 minutes!!! Solution: GIS Cloud Data Publishing solution Upload your data or publish a map from ArcMap using ArcMap Publisher Extension (compatible now with any ArcGIS 9.x and 10.x) to the cloud. estimate:…

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  • Updated ArcMap Publisher Extension released!

    03. Feb 2014

    Hey GIS Cloud Community, As we like to say, our solutions are the reflection of our user needs and feedback. So, to kick off this season, we are releasing a new and updated edition of ArcMap Publisher extension for ArcGIS. The extension has been made highly compatible and works with any ArcGIS 9.x and 10.x….

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  • Data Publishing Solution Case Study: City of Canton

    29. Jan 2014

    City of Canton is the county seat of Cherokee County, Georgia in Unites States. With the increasing population and development of the city, the need for fast, efficient and affordable GIS solutions have emerged. The majority of spatial data City of Canton has is in the form of ESRI shapefiles, so the idea was to…

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  • Data Publishing Solution

    29. Jan 2014

    Dear GIS Cloud Community, Do you want to unlock your data from your desktop environment? Set your data free and allow your viewers to search, visualize and explore media enriched data with just one click. We would like to present you a solution for publishing your data from the desktop to the cloud. Data publishing…

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  • Mobile Data Collection Update Tool

    08. Jan 2014

    Dear GIS Cloud Community, The long – awaited moment has finally arrived! We are proudly announcing that the Mobile Data Collection Update Tool has been released. With the new update tool you are able to change attributes and location of any point taken (or even delete it). By simply clicking on your collected point location,…

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  • GIS Cloud – Holiday Discount

    18. Dec 2013

    Dear GIS Cloud Community, Holiday season is upon us, so we have great news for our users and users to be. GIS Cloud is launching a new free application: Mobile Data Collection Portal, announcing a new ‘update feature’ for our Mobile application as well as publishing a new use case. On top of all that,…

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  • Patho Map Case Study

    18. Dec 2013

    Patho Map: Using Mobile Data Collection for City-wide Molecular Monitoring to Detect Dangerous Pathogens The connection of health and geographic location has foundations in the ideas postulated by Dr. Snow in the 1800′s that geography and society have a role in disease. The application of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to public health practice has great…

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  • Earthquake-Spatial selection

    06. Dec 2013

    An earthquake is a process that occurs due to the movement of tectonic plates and results in tremors of the Earth’s crust due to sudden release of energy. Global tectonic plates are closely related to the earthquakes as many of them occur near subduction zones. There are two measures that describe the earthquake magnitude and…

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  • GIS Cloud – White Label GIS

    04. Dec 2013

    Dear GIS Cloud Community, As our US tour is reaching its end, we would like to thank all of our users and partners for sharing this experience with us. It has truly been a pleasure.   Lot of inquiries about the possibility of using White Label GIS have been coming our way, so here is…

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  • Presenting: Field Service Inspector

    18. Nov 2013

    Dear GIS Cloud Community, Greetings from San Francisco! We are proud to announce that we have successfully launched our first app on the Salesforce.com AppExchange: Field Service Inspector. What is Field Service Inspector? Field Service Inspector is the newest GIS Cloud app that enables you to collect and manage field data from any location on…

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  • Map Portal facts

    04. Nov 2013

    GIS Cloud Map Portal is a customizable cloud based tool for visualizing, exporting and publishing geospatial data. It is a simple and easy application that gives you an overview of your mapping effort, and is a friendly way of displaying data to the public. Map portal is an affordable solution as it reduces time, effort,…

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  • Orange County, CA Adopts GIS Cloud

    28. Oct 2013

    Orange County, California (OC) with the population of over 3 million people, is the third most populous county in California, behind only Los Angeles and San Diego counties. The County is famous for its attractions such as Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm, its beautiful beaches along more than 40 miles (64 km) of coastline, and…

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  • GIS Cloud at Dreamforce Conference!

    21. Oct 2013

    Dear GIS Cloud Community, As our departure day slowly approaches, we would like to focus a bit more on one our highlights of the trip, the Dreamforce conference by Salesforce.com. GIS Cloud is proud to announce that we will be launching new applications on the Salesforce Platform. Our attendance at Dreamforce will be a perfect…

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  • Meet us in California!

    16. Oct 2013

    Dear GIS Cloud Community, We have exciting news upon us: GIS Cloud core team is going for a month long tour in the United States (November 6th - December 9th) with base locations in San Francisco and Los Angeles. We would officially like to invite all of our users, partners and friends to join us in…

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  • Volcano locations are closely linked to Tectonic plates

    11. Oct 2013

    As the world’s population grows, more and more people settle in potentially dangerous volcanic areas. Volcanic eruptions continue, as throughout the most of geologic time, posing threats to life and property. Our map shows locations of 1 572 volcanos, complete with info on the volcano name, region where it is located, type, status, etc. Generally,…

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  • Special Offer – Mobile Data Collection Facts

    07. Oct 2013

    Mobile Data Collection is a tool for iOS and Android devices which allows you to collect data from the field in real time, populate custom forms and work even in offline mode. This app gives you the possibility of collecting accurate and timely information which increases productivity and reduces response time.   Mobile Data Collection…

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  • GIS Cloud Publisher for ArcMap

    30. Sep 2013

    A single click solution to get your maps from ArcMap to the Cloud! Exciting times are happening in GIS Cloud, as we get more and more feedback from our users. Your feedback is what makes our team develop faster and even better solutions for you. As our GIS culture is based on a very open…

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  • Nighttime Lights USA

    27. Sep 2013

    Who would think that we would be seeing ‘flaming flowers’ from the Satellite imagery.

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  • Special Offer Videoblog

    25. Sep 2013

    Special offer for GIS Cloud Bundle includes 1 Map Editor, 3 Map Viewer, 1 Map Portal and 2 Mobile Data Collection subscriptions, with real value of $235, at just $95 per month without any additional or hidden costs.

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  • Special Offer – Map Editor facts

    23. Sep 2013

    Did you know that Map Editor allows you to: Create as many maps as you need supports multiple vector and raster formats (.shp, .kml, .gpx, .tif, .sid, …) customizable symbology – thematic map wizards and powerful label management adding and editing features Manage your data data interoperability supports different services like WMS, TMS, WFS, WMTS…

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  • Fun side of cartography – United States Motto Map

    20. Sep 2013

    United States has a well known motto, but have you ever wondered if the 50 states have their own motto too?! The answer is yes, and they are very diverse. From the North, to the South, each and every one of them is unique and special. Some of them are originally in Latin, some of…

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  • GIS Cloud Special Offer: 60% Lifetime Discount!

    16. Sep 2013

    GIS Cloud Bundle offers you 1 Map Editor, 3 Map Viewer, 1 Map Portal and 2 Mobile Data Collection app subscriptions at just $95 per month (real value: $235). This is a limited time offer until October 15th.   This solution gives you an ideal set of mobile, tablet and web applications for office and…

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  • Free GIS Cloud Webinar!

    16. Sep 2013

    Sign up now for our free GIS Cloud Webinar and learn more about how to increase efficiency in your organization and get more value out of your data with GIS Cloud applications. It’s easy to get started and with this 45 minute Webinar you’ll know more than enough to see how you could easily utilize GIS…

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  • Map as a lifesaving tool

    13. Sep 2013

    In the 19th century a severe outbreak of cholera occurred in London in the area of Broad Street (now Broadwick Street). There were over 500 fatal attacks of cholera in 10 days within the 250 yards (0,2 kilometers) from the spot. British doctor John Snow couldn’t convince other doctors and scientists that cholera, a deadly…

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  • Export Map: New Features

    11. Sep 2013

    Export map function has a new layout and few under the hood changes. Now export map boundaries are no more defined by corner coordinates, but only with central coordinate of the map view and the zoom value which provides easier defining of desired view. Both the central coordinate and zoom level can be defined manually…

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  • Maple Grove Tree Inventory Case Study

    10. Sep 2013

    Maple Grove is a small community of approximately 60 000 citizens in Minnesota that promotes an outdoor lifestyle and rated high by residents as a great place to raise children because it offers plenty of opportunities for residents to live their life to the fullest. The area is full of natural beauties which need to…

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  • New Support Feature: Live Chat Support

    05. Sep 2013

    The newest feature we would like to present is just a click away.

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  • Map Editor and Mobile Data Collection: Custom forms – New Options

    04. Sep 2013

    Forms Manager is a fundamental tool for making connection between “office and field” data. Form creation is improved and now the already well-known form manager has a few new possibilities.    Persistent option After choosing field data type, you can define a couple more details. If you activate Persistent option for a field on your…

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  • New Map Editor Home tab

    28. Aug 2013

    We are proud to inform you that we have released a new home tab for the Map Editor app.

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  • Creating maps has become more user friendly than ever before!

    26. Aug 2013

    We have improved the create new map feature and now it’s offering faster project creation…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Export Map

    08. Aug 2013

    There are two export options available in GIS Cloud – Render image and HTML5 canvas options…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Web Map Service (WMS)

    31. Jul 2013

    Consume WMS URL of your maps in various third party software such as: QGIS, Google Earth, ArcMap and many more…

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  • Mobile Data Collection: Create Custom Forms

    10. Jul 2013

    Before you start collecting data you need to create a map, a point layer where you will send your data from the field and create a custom form according to your needs.

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  • Mobile Data Collection: City Infrastructure Research Case Study

    03. Jul 2013

    To illustrate the capability of GIS Cloud Mobile Data Collection application, we’ve released a short case study about the infrastructure maintenance and management with the real example of park infrastructure in the City of Koprivnica, Croatia. Click here to view the map and review photos. There are many departments responsible for city’s infrastructure such as…

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  • Mobile Data Collection: Get Started

    20. Jun 2013

    Once you download the app and install it on your iOS or Android device simply log in with your existing GIS Cloud account or create a new one right in the application.   Make sure to shoot us an email and leave us a comment on our twitter and facebook pages.

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Collaboration

    12. Jun 2013

    Applications that are available at any time from anywhere on any form factor..

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  • GIS Cloud Mobile Data Collection App Released!

    28. May 2013

    GIS Cloud Mobile Data Collection is a tool for today’s mobile devices which enables you to collect data and conduct field surveys faster and easier than ever before…

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  • GIS Cloud Preview: GIS Cloud Applications on Tablets

    09. May 2013

    In this preview you can see the true power of our proprietary and optimized vector…

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  • New Map Editor Feature: Export Attribute Data Tool

    03. May 2013

    Here you can define how many features do you want to…

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  • New Map Editor Feature: Data Filtering

    25. Apr 2013

    In today’s video we would like to show you an another data filtering tool that allows you to filter, find and visualize features by it’s attributes easier and faster than before. Explore the map. Make sure to shoot us an email and leave us a comment on our twitter and facebook pages.

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  • New Map Editor Feature: Line Symbology and Label Fonts

    17. Apr 2013

    In addition to the regular line symbology in Map Editor, we’ve added extra symbology options for visualizing line features with dashed and dotted lines…

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  • New Map Editor Feature: Media Integration

    10. Apr 2013

    Map Editor allows you to import and view various photos, images and videos; listen to…

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  • New Map Editor Feature: Email Selected Features

    29. Mar 2013

    Select the features, click on the email selected features tool found in the Select tab and type in the name of another GIS Cloud user or…

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  • New Map Editor Feature: Near Analysis tool!

    26. Mar 2013

    Today we would like to introduce you to the Map Editor’s new analysis feature called Near tool. Make sure to shoot us an email and leave us a comment on our twitter and facebook pages.

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Buffer Analysis

    12. Mar 2013

    Another analysis tool that you can use in the Map Editor application is the Buffer tool. Make sure to shoot us an email and leave us a comment on our twitter and facebook pages.

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Map Embeds

    05. Mar 2013

    Choosing the embed tab on the Share and Publish panel allows you to easily extract the code of your map necessary for embedding it into the website…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Heatmap Analysis

    28. Feb 2013

    In Map Editor all spatial data included in a project can be analyzed by using various analysis tools such as…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) Access

    26. Feb 2013

    Simply connect to giscloud.com with your favorite SFTP software and use GIS Cloud credentials to log in…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Create New Map

    19. Feb 2013

    There are two types of settings available in the new map form – main map information and Advanced settings…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Select by Attributes

    14. Feb 2013

    A lot of you mentioned that you need some kind of a tool for querying and filtering features by it’s attribute values.

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Selecting Features

    13. Feb 2013

    As you might have already discovered, Map Editor application allows you to select any feature on a map.
    This option is crucial for performing any operations…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Editing and Deleting features

    07. Feb 2013

    After you click the Edit feature tool which can be found under the Edit tab, the system will prompt you to select the feature you want to edit and the edit session will begin. Another way of starting editing is to…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Creating layers & Adding features

    05. Feb 2013

    In the create layer form enter the name of your new data layer, select the geometry type, define the projection by choosing a new one or selecting the one that’s being used in the active map and enter desired…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Scaling Options

    31. Jan 2013

    In the Map Editor application you can choose at which zoom levels the features and it’s labels become visible.

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Layer export and permissions

    29. Jan 2013

    The Export layer tool can be found under the Layer tab if you’re working with the Map Editor app or under the Map tab if you’re exploring maps with your Map Viewer account.

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Classification by Attributes – managing classes

    25. Jan 2013

    In the previous spotlight video we showed you how to automatically classify your layers by its attributes with the classification wizard in the Map Editor app. Today we would like to show you how to manually add new or remove existing classes, manage symbology for each of the classes separately, write expressions, define legend labels…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Classification by Attributes

    22. Jan 2013

    There are two classification options available: Classification based on distinct values and classification based on continuous values…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Importing Data into PostGIS database

    17. Jan 2013

    In this spotlight we would like to focus more on how to use Database Manager for importing data into your PostGIS database.

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Database Manager

    15. Jan 2013

    The Database Manager which can be found under the tools tab allows you to connect to an outside postGIS database, organize data and import layers from the file system source into the database.

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: File Manager

    11. Jan 2013

    The File Manager tool, which can be accessed under the Tools tab, is used for uploading and managing your data that reside in the File system source.
    Here you can find a complete…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Adding Layers and Data Sources

    09. Jan 2013

    In this spotlight we would like to show you more about adding layers and data sources in the Map Editor application. To add layers, first you have to open the Source Browser by selecting Add Layer option that can be found…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Attribute Settings and Pop-ups

    27. Dec 2012

    Today we would like to show you more about attribute pop up windows and tweaking attribute settings. We believe that it’s extremely important for a map author to have good tools and options for presenting relevant attribute information to his audience. Attribute pop ups present one of those tools which allows you to communicate information…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Labels

    20. Dec 2012

    In this spotlight We would like to show you how to add descriptive text to features on your map. Map Editor allows you to set labels for each of your layers separately and in that way create a different label depending on your needs. In addition to that, you can set different labels for each…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Share and Publish – Private Collaboration

    12. Dec 2012

    A lot of you mentioned that you really need a tool for collaborating with other users and clients without having your maps and data out in the public.
    In this video I’d like to talk more about sharing and publishing options within the Map Editor app.

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Revolutionary Map Styling Preview Technology

    05. Dec 2012

    Last month we talked about predefined point symbols as an easy way to find that icon you need.
    Since then, we’ve also put a lot of focus in order to create a better environment for visualizing polygon and line features within our Map Editor app.

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Share and Publish Overview

    28. Nov 2012

    In this spotlight We’d like to highlight the Map Editor’s feature for sharing and publishing your maps and data.
    Every map you create is private by default but can be published to public or privately shared with other GIS Cloud users.

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Drag & Drop and Web to Cloud Upload

    21. Nov 2012

    In this spotlight We would like to point up the Drag and Drop and the Web to Cloud upload features.
    Perhaps you have already discovered that there are various ways of uploading data from your file system to your GIS Cloud storage…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Import CSV and XLS

    14. Nov 2012

    In this week’s spotlight we would like to highlight the Map Editor tool for importing CSV and Excel files. Many organizations keep their valuable data in Microsoft Excel and comma-separated values files and this is why we’ve implemented a simple and intuitive tool for importing your data from Excel spreadsheets.   You can find more…

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  • GIS Cloud Spotlight: Predefined Point Symbol Sets

    07. Nov 2012

    Welcome to the GIS Cloud Spotlight!
    In this video We’d like to highlight “predefined symbols” as an easy way to find that icon you need.

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  • Introducing Map visit counter and Bookmarks!

    31. Oct 2012

    Last week we’ve introduced updated coordinate and projection tools.
    This week we would like to show you a couple of new features that we hope you’ll find useful.

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  • Coordinate and Projection Tools Update!

    24. Oct 2012

    As you may already know, in the Map Editor you don’t have to manually re-project your data and you don’t have to worry if your data has been correctly aligned. Basically, the way our map projection transformation mechanism works is that, every time you add a layer to your map, it automatically transforms layer’s projection into the projection of your map…

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  • Introducing Video Tutorials

    17. Oct 2012

    Following the release of our brand new GIS Cloud User Manual, we would like to introduce to you the GIS Cloud Video Tutorials which can help you get acquainted quickly with the GIS Cloud platform and apps.

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  • New GIS Cloud User Manual

    07. Sep 2012

    New, attractive and enriched GIS Cloud User Manual is now available on-line and for download as a PDF. We’ve updated it to make it even easier for you to get started with the GIS Cloud applications. It’s divided into app sections and its content is rich with media that can help you get around the…

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  • The GIS Cloud Geocoder Released!

    05. Sep 2012

    From now on you can easily enrich non-spatial location data with its matching spatial representation. The GIS Cloud Geocoder is a fast and simple but effective tool that enables you to easily translate an address into coordinates and in that way improve your decision making by visualizing your non-spatial information on a map.

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  • Introducing Drag & Drop and Web to Cloud upload methods!

    04. Sep 2012

    With the latest GIS Cloud update we’ve introduced new features that enables you to upload and prepare your data faster & easier than ever!

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  • We’re Launching Apps & Enterprise Geo 2.0 Platform!

    18. Jul 2012

    We’re pleased to announce the launch of our Enterprise Geo 2.0 Platform, which is the first to deliver a true Cloud-based platform that will support today’s expansive, distributed enterprise workforce. The Enterprise Geo 2.0 Platform is being introduced with a number of applications and previews that demonstrate the power and flexibility of the platform, and…

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  • GIS Cloud Adds Support for MapBox

    29. May 2012

    In our efforts to make GIS more open, we’ve been working hard on adding multiple ways of integrating GIS Cloud not only with traditional GIS, but also with other modern web mapping services out there. One of those is definitely MapBox. The latest GIS Cloud update brings you an easy way of adding basemap layers…

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  • Release of the free GIS Cloud Publisher extension for Esri ArcMap

    21. May 2012

    A single click solution to get your maps from Desktop to the Cloud. The GIS Cloud Publisher for ArcMap extension enables you to publish your maps from ArcMap to GIS Cloud with only one click. It automatically uploads your data, symbology, layer structure and spatial references. The idea is that what you see in your desktop GIS is instantly replicated on your GIS Cloud account. Once your maps and data are on GIS Cloud, they are easily published to the public or embedded into your website/blog without a need for having your own servers.

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  • Connect GIS Cloud Directly to an Outside Database

    29. Mar 2012

    We’ve enabled direct connections to outside PostgreSQL databases. You can use your data directly in GIS Cloud, without need to previously upload or import data. Allow external connections to the database, create a new connection, set database settings to establish the connection, and you’re ready to create maps. It is simple as that.

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  • Improve Off-site Workforce Using GIS Cloud on iPad

    07. Mar 2012

    The fast pace of today’s business requires more flexibility and the ability to reach your data at any time. GIS Cloud, as always, steps up to the pain and we deliver iPad optimized GIS Cloud to our users. Users can just use their browsers to view their maps and data, all that without the need for a native app.

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  • GIS Cloud Mobile Data Collection Available for Beta Testing

    24. Nov 2011

    Following the GIS Cloud release we have made last week, our little developers workshop has prepared yet another treat for GIS Cloud fans. After the announcement for beta testing made over a month ago, a mobile data collection application is now available for download from Android Market to all with Android 1.6+ smartphones.

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  • Press Release: GIS Cloud Exits Beta: Free And Commercial Services Available

    14. Nov 2011

    GIS Cloud announced on their blog that they have exited beta on Thursday, November 10th. The cloud based geographic information system (GIS) for visualization, sharing, collaboration and publishing of geo data on-line starts offering commercial services although the free service will be kept available as well.

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  • GIS Cloud Exits Beta!

    10. Nov 2011

    “It’s alive!” were the ecstatic words of Dr. Frankenstein as his creation twitched for the very first time, and we shout  with the same excitement “It’s out of beta!” After two and a half years of hard work and heavy development, ups and downs, the day of the release of GIS Cloud has finally come….

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  • GIS Cloud Starts HTML5 Mapping Revolution!

    20. Sep 2011

    The biggest issue in GIS throughout the years has been bad user experience. If you were not a professional user using such a system was often not easy. Finally with HTML5 and the next generation of visualization technologies we are going to deliver a new level of GIS user experience. By making GIS attractive and easy to use it can become a much more valuable tool in organizations than it has been until now.

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  • GIS Cloud Speaks at Geomob London

    17. Sep 2011

    On Thursday September 15, GIS Cloud attended Geomob London where Dino Ravnic, GIS Cloud’s CEO, was invited to speak to a group of professionals and students at UCL. Dino held a 15 minute presentation of the GIS Cloud application and new HTML5 viewer that we are introducing in the next few days. Geomob LDN is a quarterly meetup for geo and mobile developers organized by Lokku.

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  • The Future of GIS Lies in the Cloud

    08. Sep 2011

    GIS Cloud is taking GIS to a whole other level. GIS often needs to be connected to other systems within a company. This usually isn’t an easy task, and usually involves more than one piece of software to accomplish. Why have several applications when you can manage all work processes that are actually interconnected from just one, with easy to use specially designed apps for each department.

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  • Easy Geo Data Publishing with Permalinks, WMS and REST

    23. Aug 2011

    Besides moving desktop GIS to the browser, another mission of GIS Cloud is to make map and geo data publishing as easy as possible. We don’t want you to worry about setting up a GIS server with commercial or open source software and have people maintain that. Creating a map and publishing it as map…

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  • GIS Cloud Mobile App for Data Collection Enables Real Time Access to Data from Anywhere

    15. Aug 2011

    Important benefit GIS Cloud provides is the web publishing of data collected with smartphones. When the map needs to be updated with collected data it requires no additional work. The published map is updated with data as it’s being collected.

    This kind of data manipulation can find various applications; road survey is one of them. We will present a use case, and benefits of mobile GIS data collection experienced in road service company in the city of Zagreb, a metropolitan area with a population of over 1 million.

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  • Geotrag Fleet Management Shines With New, Simple Interface Design

    10. Aug 2011

    A new major update to the Geotrag Fleet Management system has come out with a new interface design, after over two years of being used across different industries. The design is now fully aligned with GIS Cloud, the platform on which the product is based.

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  • GIS Cloud @ AWS Summit in London

    17. Jun 2011

    GIS Cloud attended the Amazon AWS summit on cloud computing held in London on June 14th. Organized to raise awareness and present the possibilities and Amazon AWS Cloud Computingbenefits the cloud offers, the summit answered many questions. Sessions covered a wide array of important cloud computing questions like benefits, best practices, security, development and cloud architecture, migration to AWS, etc.

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  • GIS Cloud All-day Training with Google and Facebook

    21. Apr 2011

    GIS Cloud visited Google on Thursday, April 21. for an AdWords session held at their London office. Later that day the education sessions continued with presentations from Facebook and Distilled. The idea of these events, organized by Seedcamp, was to give in-depth insight into how startups should use these services to advance their business.

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  • GIS Cloud Hires VP of Technology and VP of GIS

    18. Mar 2011

    GIS Cloud has hired two industry seasoned developers; Ranko Radonic as the new VP of Technology and Nenad Filipovic as VP of GIS to keep high development pace. They will have to face with a lot of challenges improving GIS Cloud development process and complete permanent growth demands set before us.

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  • GIS Cloud Meets With Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, Valley Companies, Investors Among Many On A Two Week Trip Across US

    28. Feb 2011

    GIS Cloud CEO Dino Ravnic will present GIS Cloud in the leading companies of today, and meet with leading entrepreneurs, experts and investors. Taking a two week trip organized by Seedcamp he will travel first to New York meeting with AOL, New York Stock Exchange, Foursquare, Google and Boston meeting Atlas Ventures, MassChallenge, HubSpot, and visit MIT. Following week action moves to the West Coast starting with Facebook, Google and Silicon Valley companies and VCs.

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  • GIS Cloud presenting at Investor Day in Paris

    06. Dec 2010

    GIS Cloud was invited to attend Investor Day held on 7th December in Paris organized by Seedcamp and present their business.

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  • GIS Cloud in London with Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs and Investors

    23. Nov 2010

    GIS Cloud was among few invited to London to attend Silicon Valley entrepeneur forum in UK on 18th November and Global Entrepreneur Program workshop organized by UK Trade & Investment on 23rd November. World’s leading entrepeneurs, from business giants such as Google, Facebook and LinkedIn, came to NESTA to discuss how to emulate success from the Silicon Valley in UK.

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  • Serving Map Tiles in Realtime from Edge Locations through Amazon CloudFront

    09. Nov 2010

    Yesterday Amazon released one new and very interesting feature on their CloudFront service (one of the Amazon Web Services). This service has been providing a way to serve static content from their edge locations, so you could deliver your content anywhere at very low latencies. The downside was that you first had to upload your content to Amazon S3. That worked quite well, but the problem was that you had to create and store your data in advance and then make it available over Amazon S3 and CloudFront.

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  • Realtime Map Tile Rendering Benchmark: Rasters vs. Vectors

    31. Oct 2010

    When working with maps in a system like GIS user usually needs to create maps and see results fast. Most of desktop GIS engines do this quite good, but today we can see that there is great need of such experience in web browsers too. GIS Cloud with it’s mission of moving GIS from desktop to web through a cloud environment focuses on visualizing maps faster.

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  • GIS Cloud has a potential as higher level planning application concluded in Santa Fe

    13. Oct 2010

    After GeoCloud conference in Washington DC, GIS Cloud team has visited Santa Fe and held a couple of presentations with conclusion that it can be used as an application for the assessment of the impact on urban communities, for traffic management and on the environment of land use and development plans. .

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  • GIS Cloud Attending Location Intelligence: GeoCloud Conference Today In Washington D.C.

    22. Sep 2010

    Spatial SaaS provider GIS Cloud brings its “GIS For The Masses’ message to Location Intelligence 2010. where will present its noteworthy business model which promises to open the benefits of GIS to anyone anywhere.

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  • GIS Cloud presenting at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston

    20. Sep 2010

    Omnisdata has been honored an invitation to present GIS Cloud at MIT institute in Boston on Tuesday September 21st. After meeting with Dr. Fabio Carrera, a professor at MIT, who thoroughly explored GIS Cloud and its possibilities, we were handed an invitation to present GIS Cloud and hold a lecture on related subjects.

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  • GIS Cloud Won Seedcamp Week 2010.

    17. Sep 2010

    GIS Cloud, start-up project from Croatian geoinformatic company Omnisdata, has won Seedcamp Week in London.

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  • Meet Us in London and Washington DC.

    13. Sep 2010

    Our team will present GIS Cloud project at Seedcamp Week in London. We will be in London from September 13th till September 17th and in Washington DC from September 21st till September 24th.  On September 22nd we are attending Location Intelligence : GeoCloud conference in Washington DC. We are interested in creating new partnerships, meet…

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  • GIS Cloud Has Been Selected as Seedcamp Week Finalist for 2010.

    09. Sep 2010

    GIS Cloud start-up project from young Croatan geoinformatic company Omnisdata, has been selected from Seedcamp investors and entrepreneurs as one of the best start-up projects this year. The selection interviews have been held in London in the end of July where projects have been presented to the IT experts, investors and entrepreneurs and GIS Cloud was selected among 60 projects for the final event Seedcamp Week in London, starting September 13.

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  • New Feature: Embed Maps with Toolbar, Layer List (Legend) and Attribute Info

    06. Jul 2010

    One of the features requested by the community was embedding maps with additional functionality like toolbar, layer list, attribute information, etc. Recently we made an update to GIS Cloud that enables this. Now it is very easy to have a GIS Cloud map embedded together with toolbar, layer list and attribute information in any website or web application in matter of seconds. It only takes to copy&paste a small amount of HTML code.

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  • New GIS Cloud Features Update

    20. Apr 2010

    GIS Cloud has been updated to the new version of the application. See what is new and try it.

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  • Alternative Method for Storage Access: FTP and SFTP

    13. Apr 2010

    Access to GIS Cloud storage until now was available only through the application. From today alternative method is available. Every user can access and maintain their data by connecting to GIS Cloud with FTP and SFTP clients.

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  • Introducing GIS Cloud Platform: White Label GIS

    22. Mar 2010

    We got inquiries regarding our commercial services so considering that we are introducing one of the first services: White Label GIS – provide GIS Cloud under your own brand. You don’t need to invest into hardware, software, configuration, tuning, patching, etc. You can do GIS more cost effectively and focus on the client.

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  • New GIS Cloud Features

    16. Mar 2010

    GIS Cloud has been updated to the new version.

    See what is new.

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  • Embed GIS Cloud Projects Into Google Maps (Custom Raster and Vector Map Overlay)

    04. Mar 2010

    In the last GIS Cloud update we implemented a feature that enables embedding GIS Cloud projects into Google Maps. This feature provides an easy way to publish your own geospatial content with Google Maps API. There is support for Google Maps Javascript and Flash APIs. This is an easy and simple way to upload and style map data that can be used in your Google Maps API with few simple lines of code. So you can enrich Google Maps with your own data in an effortless way.

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  • GIS Cloud Update

    03. Mar 2010

    GIS Cloud has now been updated to the new version.

    See what is new and try the application.

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  • GIS Cloud New Version Update

    01. Mar 2010

    GIS Cloud has been automatically updated to the new version.

    See what is new.

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  • Opening of the GIS Cloud Blog

    26. Feb 2010

    Dear visitor welcome to the GIS Cloud Blog! From now on this will be the central place where you will be able to find news, information, updates, tutorials, articles and videos about GIS Cloud and generally GIS.

    Our mission is to bring GIS on the next level. To make it easy for people that aren’t primarily from GIS industry, but also to keep it enough powerful for true GIS experts.

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