Video of the Wednesday and Thursday morning keynoters from the 2015 Texas GIS Forum is now available.
Meeting Agenda for the first GIS community meeting of the new year.
A look at available data, acquisition progress and what to expect in the coming year for this important statewide data initiative.
High resolution (RGBIR) natural color and color infrared aerial orthoimagery are now available from TNRIS for the City of Georgetown and northern Williamson County.
The TNRIS Data Catalog has been updated with entries for GLO, TCEQ, and TPWD datasets.
Take a look at the engaging maps and read about the mapmakers who took top prizes at the 2015 Texas GIS Forum.
A FEMA initiative to capture high-quality Lidar data for parts of Palo Pinto, Stephens, Hood, Johnson, Erath, Eastland, and Somervell Counties
Miguel Pavon tells how the interactive Sandbox made it to the 2015 forum, and highlights the original tutorials and open source software to make your own.
Thank you for making the 2015 Texas GIS Forum another great one.
High resolution (RGBIR) natural color and color infrared aerial orthoimagery are now available from TNRIS for Brazos County and the City of Palestine.