We celebrated GIS Day on Wednesday 15th November 2017, in our Brighton office. A special ‘Landmarks for Landmark’ treasure hunt took place in Brighton, involving two teams who had to identify 12 iconic locations using an ArcGIS map and ESRI Arc-Collector app to track each team’s progress in real-time.

Whilst the interactive treasure hunt is not publically available, you can have a look at where we sent our team packing off around the City, and have a go yourself here: http://lig.maps.arcgis.com/sharing/rest/content/items/c935d3b2338d4e579d53e585f1cc2d4b/data

We have also created a presentation demonstrating how we, as a company, use GIS in our everyday workflow, and some of the benefits of using it. This is to show the integral role the technology plays, and to demonstrate what GIS can do. You can see our interactive presentation, with real time mapping below.
https://lig.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Cascade/index.html?appid=6bbe24d9143f4e8eb6828037b6befe5c

GIS Day was first established in 1999 by ESRI to demonstrate how geographic intelligence touches everyone. The explosion of geospatial technology since then has expanded that idea into a global event that demonstrates how far GIS extends into people's lives, and a forum for users to showcase their unique GIS accomplishments. To find out more, or see if there is an event near you go to: http://www.gisday.com/

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