Events and success stories
Pocket zoo for Android devices now available!#Novosibirsk #Mobile application #Mobile map #Zoo #Travel guide #Tourism #Nature
Data East is pleased to announce the English-language release of Zoo Nsk - a free application for the Novosibirsk zoo, one of the three biggest zoos in Russia. Currently the application is available for Android devices only, but in early November 2014 it will be released for Apple iOS smart phones and tablets as well. With Zoo Nsk you can track your current location and plan your own zoo visit route. The English-language app is the localized Russian version for Apple and Android devices (called Зоопарк Нск in Russian) released in June 2014.
American scientist has used CarryMap to create electronic map of the Louisiana hurricane Isaac flood#CarryMap #Interactive map #Mobile map #Geography
Scott J. Owens, Geospatial Analyst for the Stephenson Disaster Management Institute has used CarryMap to create a map demonstrating the scale of the Isaac hurricane aftermath in Louisiana in August 2012. CarryMap is a unique solution for reproducing ArcGIS maps as self sufficient distributable electronic map applications.
Data East exhibits at Esri UC in San Diego#WellTracking #CoGIS #TABReader #XTools Pro #CarryMap #Conference #Geography #Geoportal #Esri #Web application
Every year Esri International User Conference gathers GIS experts and Esri software users from all over the world. The Esri UC is where you can spend your time experiencing various success stories, best practices, and real world projects from Esri users. More than 16000 people from 150 countries will take part at the conference sessions, seminars and the GIS Solutions Expo to learn first-hand about the newest GIS trends.
About Siberian orchids and GIS technologies#GIS day #Holiday #Geoinformatics #Geography #Mobile map #Mobile application #CarryMap
On the GIS Day, Data East traditionally invites interesting people to make a small talk about GIS and many other things between friends. This year our guest was Alexander Dubynin, the Novosibirsk ecologist and conservation biologist, who told us about his work.