In my previous post on coordinates, I stated that the best coordinate representation to use if you need to use geographic coordinates (latitude and longitude) was decimal degrees (or DD). It’s preferable to use UTM, which is pretty much a …
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An article about recording and transmitting geographic coordinates accurately.
YourLo.ca/tion successes; an appeal for feedback on how YourLo.ca/tion is working, and general feedback
What’s the difference between being lost and being missing?
TrueNorth is in public beta – using a GIS is like writing a resume with Photoshop, come get your mapping word processor.
Clarifications and reiterating smart phone GPS capabilities, PLBs, and how to automate the process of determining someone’s location.
The new map created by the District of North Van for the Knee Knacker race has some serious flaws that limit its usefulness for navigation.
There’s a lot of misinformation about the newly downloadable BC TRIM maps in PDF formats. They are not “apps” and they are not a replacement for paper maps.
We used some high tech yesterday to locate the subjects of a search, but the real credit goes to calling for help early!
I prototyped a map for the BC Search and Rescue association and I’m expanding the project to include any Search and Rescue Team.