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Spring 2002

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Esri Establishes Business Information Solutions Division

Taking the Pulse of the Planet with GIS

What Is the Architecture?

Esri to Present Educational Program
Mexico, Vietnam, Peru, and Margarita Island Host Esri T-Shirts!


ArcIMS 4 Offers Significant New Capabilities and Extensions

ArcGIS 8.1.2 Is Shipping

ArcIMS and ArcGIS Combine to Bring Spatial Metadata to the Internet

ArcPad 6 Is Now Customizable!

Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Uses GIS for Interactive Flight Track and Noise Information Mapping Applications: Airport Noise Remains an Impediment to U.S. Airport Development

GIS for NASA Facilities Management

North Carolina Flood Insurance Rate Maps Go Digital: In the Aftermath of Hurricane Floyd

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Implements Environmental Decision Making with GIS: Providing Cross-Media (Water, Air, Land) Answers to Difficult Questions

Viva Las Vegas!: Imagery Fuels Enterprisewide GIS

  Imagery Is a Valuable Data Collection Tool

Farmland Preservation Policies Studied with GIS:"Proof of Concept" Focuses on Medina County, Ohio

From Business Development to Water Quality, ArcIMS Has It Covered

City of Germantown, Tennessee, Implements Water Inventory, Modeling: ArcGIS Water Utilities Data Model Customized

Esri Business Partners Create ArcGIS Solutions

Caribbean Coastal Resources Inventoried with GIS

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Incident Response System Grows Out of Virus Surveillance System: Using GIS to Track Terrorism

Web-Based Property Assessment System Implemented with GIS: County of Los Angeles' Assessor's Office

Past Time, Past Place: GIS for History: New from Esri Press

Marine Archaeology Goes Underwater with GIS: Tel Shiqmona, a Coastal Site on the Eastern Mediterranean

Wisconsin's Historic Preservation Management Now Done Via the Web

Recording Large-Scale Archaeological Excavations with GIS: Jiskairumoko--Near Peru's Lake Titicaca

Celebrate GIS Day 2002: November 20, 2002

Teaming GIS Technology with Experience-Based Lessons: Wonder Inevitably Follows

South Dakota Classroom Projects Honored

Wise County, Virginia, Puts Students on the Map

Amtrak High-Speed Acela Service Uses GIS to Enforce Safety on the Northeast Corridor

Avoiding Traffic with GIS Technology: In-Vehicle Communication Service [PDF-136 KB]

Federal Highway Administration Encourages Use of High-Resolution Aerial and Satellite Imagery: GIS Used Throughout the Program

Getting There On Time and Safely with GIS: Transport Authority in Australia Relies on High-Tech Systems to Keep Traffic Flowing

22nd Annual Esri International User Conference--Exploring the New World of GIS!: More Than 11,000 Users Expected to Attend

Belgium to Host 17th Annual Esri European User Conference: October 14-16, 2002

Sixth Annual Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference

Data Subscriptions Now Available on the Geography Network: Integrate a Variety of Commercial Data with Local Data Sources

ArcGIS e-Link Connects Users with ArcGIS Info

The GeoCommunicator--A New Land Information Portal

Esri's Winnie Tang Honored


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