Sunday, January 27, 2008
Government Technology's (GovTech.com) Chad Vander Veen recently interviewed ESRI Founder Jack Dangermond with regards to where GIS technology stands today and where it is heading in the future as online mapping applications have gone mainstream in location based uses and search returns for a variety of audiences.
Read the full article, "ESRI Founder Jack Dangermond Predicts the Future of GIS", on GovTech's website.
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