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DDS- Our 6 Step Process for GIS Consulting

DDS- Our 6 Step Process for GIS Consulting

Two years ago I developed this chart to help DDS better organize its GIS consultation process.  

I have given this chart to many of my customers because not only does it help them to better understand how DDS can assist their company with geospatial needs, but it serves as a framework for organizing any project that a customer may encounter.

Learn how DDS can help your business by visiting digitaldataservices.com

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Free Oil and Gas Basin Wall Map at the AAPG

Free Oil and Gas Basin Wall Map at the AAPG

Stop by Digital Data Service’s booth at the AAPG Rocky Mountain Section meeting (booth #36) and pick up your free basin wall map.  While you are there, take a peek at Maperture®, a powerful way to manage and view mapping data.   

Maperture® allows you to:

  • query oil and gas data
  • generate reports
  • print maps
  • from desktop browser or mobile device

Maps play an important role in planning and decision making in the petroleum industry.  The success rate of a project is partly determined by the accuracy of your spatial information.  Digital Data Services' GIS and mapping consultation services provides for a better understanding of your organization through the identification of your current objectives, workflows, datasets, and needs.  We work closely with you to develop the perfect solution to push your company forward while many are standing still.

Whether you are in need of oil and gas map data, digitizing and scanning services, cartographic services, software, or a customized web mapping application, DDS has the right solution for you.  

Learn more about Digital Data Services at the AAPG's Rocky Mountain Section annual meeting at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado, July 20th through the 22nd.  DDS will be exhibiting in booth #36 and distributing the basin wall maps for free while supplies last.

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Industry News: Mansion Map: a guide to rich people's houses

Industry News: Mansion Map: a guide to rich people's houses

Mansion Map, a new website built for those who want to know where the other half lives and how they got there. Connecticut-based entrepreneur Greg Berry has devised an interactive map that means you can virtually cruise through a neighborhood finding out who lives where, how much their house is worth, what they do for a living, and how much they're worth.

http://www.mansionmap.com/

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E-Newsletter: DDS Oil & Gas News

E-Newsletter: DDS Oil & Gas News

 

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Oil & Gas Mapping Just Got a Lot Easier!

 

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We are exhibiting at the AAPG, July 21-22, booth 36

Mapping Just Got a Lot Easier

Stop by Digital Data Service’s booth at the AAPG for a peek at Maperture®, a powerful way to manage and view mapping data.   

 

Maperture® allows you to:

 

  • query oil and gas data
  • generate reports
  • print maps
  • from desktop browser or mobile device

 

Where:

Colorado Convention Center, Denver, CO- Booth #36

 

What: 

2014 Rocky Mountain Section

AAPG Annual Meeting

Colorado Convention Center

 

When:

July 21-22

Maperture AAPG July 2014- Web Mapping Applications

Not going to the show? No problem!  

Maperture Demo


 

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Photos from the Geocortex Meetup

Digital Data Services, Inc. hosted the inaugural Colorado Geocortex User Group on June 26th, 2014.  

The Colorado Geocortex User Group is a group for anyone interested in implementing successful web map applications using Latitude Geographic's Geocortex Essentials software.

 

Topics may include installation, security, workflow development, charts and reports, implementation examples and case studies, integration with ArcGIS online, site migration and much more.

 

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Geocortex Meetup Group

Colorado Geocortex MeetUp Group- Thursday, June 26th, 6:00 PM

Galvanize: 1062 Delaware Street, Denver, CO

Digital Data Services hosted the inaugural Colorado Geocortex User Group Meeting on June 26th.

The meeting began with Scott Carter introducing himself and the history of his company, Digital Data Services.  He then explained why Digital Data Services chose Geocortex technologies for the implementation of their web-based mapping solutions.

Following Scott's introduction, the attendees, or "Geocortex Enthusiasts" introduced themselves and gave a brief description on how they were implementing Geocortex Essentials within their organization.

The first presentation of the night was given by Scott Stafford-Veale of Latitude Geographics. Scott went over the key points covered in the Geocortex User Conference, which was a two day webinar event for Geocortex Users.  He then followed that by giving the "Enthusiasts" a sample of the technologies that the Latitude Geographics development team was working on for future releases.  

Tom Neer from Digital Data Services gave a presentation on how to install Geocortex on a secured site.  Mr. Neer also mentioned that he was posting a 15 video series to be shown on Digital Data Service's YouTube channel that covered the secured site installation.  The videos are scheduled to be released in July.

The meeting was adjourned and a good portion of the Enthusiasts went to Domos a Japanese restaurant, in downtown Denver.

 

 

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