Earlier this year we updated the NZ Imagery Basemap to add some fantastic detail to both Urban and Rural Mid and South Canterbury.
2018 was a big year for Eagle Technology and the New Zealand Board of Geography Teachers (NZBOGT).
It's that time of year when everyone's minds turn to...GIS Basemaps! So, to round out the year we thought we’d give you a quick update on where we are with the super popular Eagle Basemaps.
Following the success of this year's Geospatial Accelerated Learning programme (GALoP), Eagle is excited to announce that we are now taking applications for our new condensed GALoP-X
It has now been a couple of months since the geospatial event of the year - The NZ Esri User Conference - and we know there was a lot to take in at the time. So, we had an idea...
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NZ Esri Young Scholar Award 2018 – Winner
Did you make a work New Year’s resolution for 2018? Maybe it was to further upskill across the ArcGIS Platform, if it was perhaps you would like to explore the five courses listed below.
In early December, Zorko Sostaric and I, travelled to Botany Downs Secondary School in Auckland to enable a group of Auckland based teachers to use GIS in their classroom in 2018.
As our major release for the year, 2.0 is filled to the brim with new features, greater administration capabilities and various UI enhancements. Scroll down to see some of the key updates.