GIS Professional is the leading journal for professionals developing and using geographical information systems.
Whether users, managers, developers, consultants, data collectors, sensor and system developers or academics and researchers, GiSPro is aimed at all those who work in the broad field of spatial data application, management, interrogation, collection and processing.
Browsing and searching
If you are searching for information on a particular topic, for instance “UAV”, you can enter this term in our searchable contents pages to find the relevant issue and article on the topic you researching (see below). The contents pages are split into five-year periods.
What the editor says about the August 2016 issue:
This is a meaty issue for readers. Heritage, Health, Geodesy and Return on Investment in addressing are the key topics. They are all underpinned by GIS.
We also find space for an intriguing map that looks at the geography of Brexit, how BIM is going mainstream and how digital realities and cooperation is the key for AGI Northern Ireland.
Return on Investment from Addressing
GiSPro has had unique access to the recent report by ConsultingWhere to GeoPlace on the benefits of addressing. Just look at the savings!
New Geoid Transformations
It may seem a tad complicated but this is an important topic in GIS. The earth moves while our sensors get better at recording positions.
Big Map feature: Brexit’s islands
The nation has spoken and Brexit is already beginning to take effect. But what about the geography? This is one way of looking at it.
Technology and the historic environment in Scotland
The rise of geospatial technologies is having a profound affect on data collection in the heritage and historic environment. Diana Murray explains.
Cadline’s Autodesk conference
BIM is now a reality in construction and environment. Richard Groom reports from a conference that raised awareness across the board.
AGI Northern Ireland
From how the map will look in the future to digital realities, there was something for everyone at the AGI conference for Northern Ireland.
Geography adds value for analysis of medical data
Dr David Green and colleagues present their findings through several examples of how spatio-temporal geography can plan medical resources.
Why GIS users (still) need to know about MOOCs