Weekliii Round-Up: ArcGIS Earth Upgrade and LNG Collaboration
As we find ourselves at the end of another week, we want to share with you the best and brightest posts we have shared the last few days. Want to see them before your Friday morning coffee? Be sure to follow Integrated Informatics on Twitter and LinkedIn for more!
Chevron unveiled its vision to stimulate Australia’s next major Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) wave by inviting Woodside and Shell to join forces in an unprecedented, collaborative effort to unlock stranded gas from the North West Shelf and bring it to market.
It has been a hot minute since we have shared a blog series as expansive as our Embracing the Online Platform and Knowledge Management for Environmental Resources ventures. Thankfully, patience pays off! This week marks the start of our newest series geared around the application of Geographic Information System (GIS) technology and concepts to alleviate common hurdles and pitfalls industries like Oil and Gas and Petroleum face, especially as they relate to pipeline regulations. In the coming weeks, we will be focusing on defining those problems and finding solutions to Field Development Planning, Emergency Response and Preparedness, and much more. Check out the latest post for a taste of what is to come!
There isn't anything much cooler than getting to travel the globe from comfort of your chair. For those who use ArcGIS Earth, you can do just that! This software is Esri's answer to a high-powered Google Earth, offering their clients a way to import maps and layers from ArcGIS Online and beyond into a fully navigable 3D environment reminiscent of one of your favorite apps. This past month, the speciality software received an upgrade - bumping it to v1.7 and reintroducing it to the masses with capabilities like label rendering in multiple languages, reduced memory storage, improved display of tile layers, and more! Check out the rest of these features on the ArcGIS Blog.
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