Monthly Archives: July 2019

Introducing Mo. Rev. Stat. § 67.1850 (1 of 30)

GIS is a Powerful Transparency Tool (Part 1 of 30) Your local government’s GIS data-sharing policy is your local economic development policy, whether you know it or not. – Chris Dunn Author’s Note: In 2014, as a law student at the University of Missouri–Columbia School of Law, I wrote an analysis of Missouri Revised Statute § 67.1850. That’s… Read More »

Home-Brewed Ground Control Markers

DIY UAV Ground Control Markers Hey, Kids! It’s All Drones These Days! Thanks to their availability, quality, and increasing ease of use, many GIS organizations are collecting aerial imagery with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). With the abundance of high-resolution imagery coming from UAVs, members of the GIS tribe often find ourselves using ground control markers (GCMs) to georeference… Read More »

An Interview with Tracy and Tony

Here’s a nifty story my friend Open GIS Data Roger sent me this morning. Its an interview written by Tim & Tim over at Surdex. They interviewed two very accomplished Missouri GIS community members; Tracy Schloss and Tony Spicci for the National States Geographic Information Council’s blog NSCIC GEOJAVA. Tracy Schloss – Office of Geospatial Information, MO Office… Read More »