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Author: Clare Barber

Published: 28th September 2017

Edinburgh bound for GeoData October 17!

The next event in our 2017 series happens on 12th October as MGISS heads to Edinburgh for GeoDATA 2017. The event is an all-encompassing, international showcase seminar and exhibition series for geospatial innovation across all sectors of the mapping community. We’re looking forward to the full, multi-track programme which includes exciting keynote speakers and industry-focused […]

Author: Clare Barber

Published: 26th July 2017

Summer 2017 Newsletter!

The MGISS Summer newsletter 2017 is out now! Catch up on all our news including, what projects we’ve been working on, latest products and technical tips by simply clicking below. READ THE SUMMER 2017 NEWSLETTER. Fancy subscribing to get information MGISS’s work and offers? Just scroll down to the bottom of this page to sign […]

Author: Clare Barber

Published: 21st July 2017

MGISS finds a solution for Sir Robert McAlpine’s condition inspections.

MGISS have recently completed a successful development project on behalf of Sir Robert McAlpine who are the contract managers of the A168/A19 Dishforth to Tyne Tunnel DBFO on behalf of Highways England. Sir Robert McAlpine use Highstone, an asset management system developed by Claremont Controls Limited to manage all of their assets including condition information […]

Author: Clare Barber

Published: 14th July 2017

What happened at the NWG Innovation Festival?

MGISS joined nearly 400 other innovative minds at the NWG Innovation Festival which was exploring and creating new solutions to some of the biggest social and environmental challenges. Organised by Northumbrian Water Group (NWG), the festival saw major national and global companies working with other businesses, universities, schools and members of the public to look […]

Author: Clare Barber

Published: 5th July 2017

MGISS heading to NWG Innovation Festival!

MGISS is delighted to be attending the NWG Innovation Festival next week which is set to bring together the best innovative minds, to explore and create new solutions to some of the biggest social and environmental challenges. Organised by Northumbrian Water Group (NWG), the festival will see major national and global companies working with other […]

Author: Clare Barber

Published: 13th June 2017

How this integrated solution achieved less than 5cm accuracy…

Thinking about Collector for ArcGIS and wondering how it will fare? We’ve found a webinar via our friends at Eos Positioning Systems where during a recent EGUG Birds of a Feather webcast, Kurt Towler from Sulfer Springs Valley Electric Cooperative (SSVEC), presented on how they used Collector for ArcGIS with Eos Positioning GNSS receivers to inspect 7,640 locations, capture over 34,000 asset records […]

Author: Clare Barber

Published: 22nd May 2017

We’re Hiring!

Are you a future Sales Director? MGISS are seeking a self-motivated, experienced and ambitious Geospatial Sales Consultant to work alongside the MD, help drive the growth of our business, and earn the right to influence the future direction of the business. We are a small, technology-led and customer-focussed team, with solid backing and exciting growth […]

Author: Clare Barber

Published: 10th April 2017

ESRI Annual Conference coming soon…

The MGISS team is busy making preparations for the upcoming ESRI Annual Conference which takes place in London on May 16th. With just over a month to go, we are planning how we will be showcasing the Arrow Series as the UK and Ireland’s exclusive distributor. The receivers, when combined with ESRI Collector for ArcGIS, can […]

Author: Clare Barber

Published: 6th April 2017

How Scotty got creative with ESRI Collector for ArcGIS!

I have to say, I was more than a little impressed when I came across this story about Field Inspector Scotty Truitt in Coweta County in Georgia. He was tasked with inspecting 15,000 assets by himself when Coweta amalgamated into the nearby North Georgia Water Planning District so the county’s GIS department had to get […]

Author: Clare Barber

Published: 4th April 2017

Ordnance Survey’s 3D digital map of UK

If you’re wondering whether a particular route you’re thinking of walking or cycling is suitable or whether you’re going to need any extra gear on your trip then our partners at Ordnance Survey may have the answer! They have introduced a new digital tool which produces 3D aerial views of countryside walks, cycle routes and mountain […]