Weekliii Round-Up: Analytics, Canadian Oil Production, and More...
This week's cast of content is brimming with fun reads - and even a poster or so for those who rather take their time exploring something a bit more visual. Get a look at those posts we have rounded up for you this week below.
Oil production in Canada is slated to close in on the 5 million barrel-per-day marker by 2018. If this momentum continues, the nation could display Iraq as the fourth largest producer in the world. This article speaks more to those companies and projects currently active in Canada and the projected market for this growth.
We continued our series on the concepts and calculations that may need to be put in consideration when developing Web Applications and Web Maps. This week's post deals with introducing advanced analytics, like geoprocessing tools, for the availability of the user. Read more here or even catch up on why this is important in the first place.
If you have worked anywhere near a software or technology company, you know how essential it is to have a team behind the product is reliable, flexible, and competent. On second thought, this applies in any industry. This post talks about the importance of this as well as Agile development in getting the most of your people and product.
Not all our #WeekliiiRoundUp content has to be a heavy read. We like to get visual as well. Ever been curious what a pipeline route and its access roads may look like depending on the different decisions made through the planning process? With the feel of a "Make Your Own Adventure" book and with less words, explore the Optimization Exploration poster here.
We have quite a few things up our sleeves here at Integrated. One of those sleeves is a full resume of solutions designed with you and your GIS in mind. Learn more about them here.
#DailyBrainCandiii and #WeekliiiRoundUp are inspired by brain candiii, a division of Integrated Informatics that delivers and develops GIS training courses to meet the needs of Energy and Natural Resources professionals. Want to suggest a topic for us to cover? Twitter @iii_gis is an easy way to find us!