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Airborne Imaging Inc.

Airborne Imaging has the experience and proven technology and methodology, to manage any size mapping project, anywhere in the world. Airborne always use off the shelf, solid state equipment from the best LiDAR manufacturers, Optech, Riegl and Leica. Combined with our decades of GPS/INS and LiDAR mapping experience, and have created the tools and work […]

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Airborne Imaging Inc.

Airborne Imaging has the experience and proven technology and methodology, to manage any size mapping project, anywhere in the world. Airborne always use off the shelf, solid state equipment from the best LiDAR manufacturers, Optech, Riegl and Leica. Combined with our decades of GPS/INS and LiDAR mapping experience, and have created the tools and work […]

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Alberta’s Changing Political Landscape

On April 23, 2012 thousands of electors headed to the polls for Alberta’s 28th provincial election. In all 87 candidates were elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, 4 more then 2008 due to an increase in the provinces growing population. The Progressive Conservative party won a majority with 61 of the 87 elected ridings. More information about Alberta general elections can be found at the Elections Alberta website. Instead I want to discuss Alberta’s election as it relates to mapping, but what does a provincial election have to do with mapping?

Well… ESRI Canada has what they refer to as a Public Map Gallery that is a collection of custom web maps created by their mapping team featuring Canadian community maps, Canadian election results, and various census data. Here they leveraged some of their online spatial tools and features available together with public domain data to create an interactive online mapping application of Alberta’s Changing Political Landscape.