Insights Into Remote Site Conditions Without Leaving Your Desk


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Gain Insights Into Remote Site Conditions Without Leaving Your Desk: Industry trends, tips, and practical uses for aerial imagery and geographic data from First Base Solutions, the experts who brought you MapWarehouse.

Friday, May 13, 2016

A Decade of Collaborative Achievement

Conservation Authority Collaborative Information Sessions


Join First Base Solutions in Guelph, June 7th - 9th, 2016, for the 10th annual Conservation Authority Collaborative Information Sessions.

First Base Solutions is proud to be a vendor at this year’s event.  Say hello, stay and chat, watch a demonstration. Learn how to integrate our mapping technology into your conservation work.

Related: Spatial Data Expedites Environmental Protection

We'll be demoing MapCast, Ontario's largest web mapping service. Subscribers gain unlimited access to the FBS aerial imagery collections and elevation contour mapping served as a base layer directly into the CAD and GIS software you already use.
http://www.firstbasesolutions.com/service/fbswms/

  • CONNECT: Connect to FBS‘s aerial imagery and data collection through your desktop CAD or GIS software.
  • DISPLAY: Load a map-scaled photo mosaic base layer covering Southern Ontario with stunning detail.
  • ANALYZE: Gain new insights by viewing your data in context with the surrounding area over a highly detailed image.
  • EXPLORE: Go back in time to review year over year land use changes at your area of interest with vintage imagery.

Related: Open Season: Are you GAME day ready?

Environmental management and planning groups were some of the first users of geodata in their daily processes. By reducing up front cost and time, they are able to provide a better service.

Check out the two articles below and see how FBS is helping conservation workers:

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See you in Guelph!