The purpose of this work is to compile publicly available data, mostly available in the form of ESRI shapefiles, into a series of maps and associated report. Data sets include permits from the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources ([login to view URL]), Oyster Lease shapefile from Louisiana Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries (to be provided), Project footprints from Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority ([login to view URL]) etc. See attached example reports for general format and examples of the types of data to be utilized. Example reports attached along with project location (Google Earth file)
Using some sort of Google Maps tracking. B) We would like to have a distance in km within each add on a search page: [login to view URL] ; Each add should say 200 km away for example. Like on this website: [login to view URL] This does not have to be 100 % accurate but at least on a city distance level .
I have three sites which I need them to be digitized using Google Earth (images from 2002 or earlier if available and the very recent images 2017 or 2018 if available) and GIS. The purposes are to create land use maps for these sites and calculate the changes in land areas.
You need to create an ESRI Network dataset for analysis into ArcMap. The project is quite urgent and the bidder must be well versed in network analysis. Site: Surat, Gujarat, India. Requirements of Dataset: National and State Highways, Arterial and SubArterial Roads, Some Distributor and Local Roads in vicinity to objects in the files which will be sent.
Need a customized geographical map of Duxbury MASS for use in public service educational materials. Needs to show coastline and some detail but not everything that comes available from the public sources like noaa and Mass GIS. Also need to add multiple specific site locations, to be determined.
I need help in developing an App. This will include searching for talents and developers to work on this project part-time for 3 months. They must know JQuery, Java and GIS database, Open Source Map, Google Map Platform, Carto and Mapbox.
Imagine you are covering the United States with cell phone towers. Each tower has a range of 100 miles. The goal of this project is to identify where you will put each tower, trying to cover the country with as few towers as possible. In other words, we want to identify the fewest number of United States cities that will cover the continental United States (when each are given a radius of 100 miles). This may not straightforward right away - I suggest you refer to either the attached screenshot or Google doc for a visual: [login to view URL] We are basically creating a mesh of geospatial coordinates within 100 miles of each other to envelope the continental United States, For each coordinate, we are looking for a city name, state, and latitude and longitude information. For example: New York, NY, 40.6974881,-73.979681 Philadelphia, PA, 40.1937313,-75.0102984 Atlantic City, NJ, 39.3766056,-74.4879281 Cites may overlap - but the goal is to identify the fewest number of cities as possible - so overlapping is not preferred. In order to be considered for this project you must demonstrate a working understanding of the problem as defined above. Please provide a summary of your approach, including tools you will use, how you will verify your work, etc...
We are looking for a GIS consultant with development experience in ArcGis or QGIS to define a project technical solution. We are looking for someone ideally with experience in land title administration, urban planning and create parcel boundaries. This is a high profile project, so the applicant should have skills to able to lead and give solution. Please apply only if you have the experience in the above and able to commit for delivery.
Are You A Google Maps Overlay Expert? If so, we would like to discuss our project with you. We have our maps enhanced with data and saved to .PDF files. We would like those maps overlayed onto Google Maps so that the addresses when searched, appears on the maps overlay so we can see our data from the PDF file along with the Google map data also, including address from the search pinned to the map. For example: 1. Certain buildings on a map in certain areas of a city have been color coordinated to distinguish them from the other buildings in the city. These maps have been saved as PDF files. But the .PDF files do not have the addresses for each of the buildings on the map, only the shapes of the streets, and buildings on those streets, and some of the street names. 2. We would like to be able to search for an address to see if it is one of the colored buildings or not. But we cannot search within the .PDF file because the PDF file does not contain addresses. 3. So, we would like to "overlay" our .PDF map onto Google Maps. Then search Google Maps by inputting the address to see if it shows on the colored buildings or not. This project is not for beginners and requires an EXPERT with Google Maps. If successful, we can offer many of these types of projects for the next several months. (Example of maps are attached.)
I want to do it a map database for my city, like nyc maps: [login to view URL] (available on Git Hub: [login to view URL]) The user should be able to select the plot on map and combine with other plots, crossing the information of the plot with my database. This will create a report that can be downloaded, something like this: [login to view URL]
I have a given road on QGIS map, and data is plotted along the road, I want to do the following: 1. Split the road into equally divided segment (each 1 km). 2. For each record in each segment, assign a class value to it. For example, if my road is 10km, I want to divide it into 10 segements, each one is 1km. Then for each record in my dataset, i want to give a class name like : (A) to all records in the 1st km, (B) to all records exsist in the 2nd km, and so on. See the attached pic for reference.