GIS Intern/Technician Position

ECORP Consulting, Inc. is an excellent group of environmental professionals that delivers high-quality services in various disciplines including compliance with the Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act, National Historic Preservation Act, California Environmental Quality Act, and National Environmental Policy Act; surveys and monitoring of biological and cultural resources; GIS analysis; water resources modeling and water rights; and habitat restoration design and implementation.

ECORP is looking for a GIS Intern or Technician in our Redlands Office. We are looking for a motivated problem solver who would enjoy working as part of a team in a fast-paced atmosphere. The ECORP mapping department prides itself on providing efficient, accurate and organized mapping products to our internal and external clients. As part of the ECORP mapping team you will have the opportunity to work with a varied group of clients and state and federal agencies on projects throughout the Western United States. ECORP utilizes the tools available in ArcGIS and AutoCAD to solve problems and answer questions informing our natural resources, cultural resources, and regulatory permitting groups. The mapping department works as a team on a centralized server allowing GIS specialists and analysts in different offices to work across multiple projects, while maintaining data and style continuity across the organization.

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New Features in Operations Dashboard

Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS is a configurable web app that is included with your ArcGIS Online subscription and/or ArcGIS Enterprise software.  The app provides location-aware data visualization and analytics for a real-time operational view of assets, people, services, and events.  Click below to find out about the top six new features.

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Also check out this blog post about strategies and best practices for using dashboards on your smartphone.

Pay for Google Street View?

Like many of you, you might be using the Google API in your Geocortex apps so you have access to the Google Street View tool.  Well, for us it stopped working recently:

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We found out that Google changed their API terms of use this summer.  They have stopped supporting keyless usage.  That means you cannot access Google Street View through your apps without a billing account and an API key.  Keyless calls to the Maps JavaScript API and Street View API will return low-resolution images watermarked with “for development purposes only.”  You do not have to worry about this if you use the Google Maps website and Street View there.  This is only through API interfaces.

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