На главную
Результаты поиска “Existing conditions plans using gis”
Fire Regime Condition Class Mapping Tool
 
42:21
Fire Regime Condition Class Mapping Tool Steve Barrett and Jeff Jones July 18, 2012 The FRCC Mapping Tool quantifies the departure of vegetation conditions and fire regimes from a set of reference conditions representing the historical range of variation. The tool, which operates from an ArcGIS platform, derives several metrics of departure (e.g., vegetation composition and structure, fire severity, and fire frequency) by comparing current conditions to reference conditions. FRCC Mapping Tool outputs can be used to develop management plans and treatment strategies aimed at restoring vegetation conditions and/or disturbance regimes. Learn more at: www.frcc.gov. This webinar was presented by Steve Barrett and Jeff Jones, NIFTT University of Idaho, and hosted by the Southwest Fire Science Consortium.
Просмотров: 83 swfirescience
What is LAND-USE PLANNING? What does LAND-USE PLANNING mean? LAND-USE PLANNING meaning
 
08:28
What is LAND-USE PLANNING? What does LAND-USE PLANNING mean? LAND-USE PLANNING meaning - LAND-USE PLANNING definition - LAND-USE PLANNING explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ In urban planning, land-use planning seeks to order and regulate land use in an efficient and ethical way, thus preventing land-use conflicts. Governments use land-use planning to manage the development of land within their jurisdictions. In doing so, the governmental unit can plan for the needs of the community while safeguarding natural resources. To this end, it is the systematic assessment of land and water potential, alternatives for land use, and economic and social conditions in order to select and adopt the best land-use options. Often one element of a comprehensive plan, a land-use plan provides a vision for the future possibilities of development in neighborhoods, districts, cities, or any defined planning area. In the United States, the terms land-use planning, regional planning, urban planning, and urban design are often used interchangeably, and will depend on the state, county, and/or project in question. Despite confusing nomenclature, the essential function of land-use planning remains the same whatever term is applied. The Canadian Institute of Planners offers a definition that land-use planning means the scientific, aesthetic, and orderly disposition of land, resources, facilities and services with a view to securing the physical, economic and social efficiency, health and well-being of urban and rural communities. The American Planning Association states that the goal of land-use planning is to further the welfare of people and their communities by creating convenient, equitable, healthful, efficient, and attractive environments for present and future generations. Various types of planning have emerged over the course of the 20th century. Below are the six main typologies of planning, as defined by David Walters in his book, Designing Communities (2007): Traditional or comprehensive planning: Common in the US after World War II, characterized by politically neutral experts with a rational view of the new urban development. Focused on producing clear statements about the form and content of new development. Systems planning: 1950s–1970s, resulting from the failure of comprehensive planning to deal with the unforeseen growth of post World War II America. More analytical view of the planning area as a set of complex processes, less interested in a physical plan. Democratic planning: 1960s. Result of societal loosening of class and race barriers. Gave more citizens a voice in planning for future of community. Advocacy and equity planning: 1960s & 70s. Strands of democratic planning that sought specifically to address social issues of inequality and injustice in community planning. Strategic planning: 1960s-present. Recognizes small-scale objectives and pragmatic real-world constraints. Environmental planning: 1960s-present. Developed as many of the ecological and social implications of global development were first widely understood. Tenure responsive planning: 2015-onwards. It recognizes that land use planning should be collaborative but with the purpose of tenure security improvement. This is a hybrid approach whereby traditional, advocacy, democratic and bottom-up efforts are merged in such a way that they focus towards tenure security outcomes. Today, successful planning involves a balanced mix of analysis of the existing conditions and constraints; extensive public engagement; practical planning and design; and financially and politically feasible strategies for implementation.
Просмотров: 2206 The Audiopedia
YOUR INVESTING QUESTIONS ANSWERED
 
14:48
With 17,000 dividend investors strong, we have such an amazing community here. Today's video addresses three popular investing questions I receive all the time. I am thankful for subscriber questions and have some really great investing answers for everyone today! Investing Question 1: Ian, Are You Buying Bitcoin Again? Yes, I am! Just a few days ago, I initiated a (very) small position. I got back in at $3,771 and will continue to average into Bitcoin as long as the price is below $5,000. In fact, I think Bitcoin will be trading in this range for a while, and there will be an opportunity to accumulate. I also think Bitcoin could correct as low as $1,000, presenting an opportunity for long-term investors. Over the long term, this leading decentralized crypto currency could go up 10x or more, in my very humble opinion. Certainly, there are risks such as Quantum computing. In fact, one of my dividend-paying stocks, IBM, is a leader in the Quantum field. That being said, I do trust that the team working on Bitcoin will address this issue. I also believe younger generations will adopt Bitcoin and make it a mainstream reality (looking years out). Bitcoin will never be my primary strategy, but I enjoy such opportunities because I can plow gains back into my bread and butter cash flow investments. Dividend Investing Question 2: Ian, Are You Going To Buy Kraft-Heniz? I get this question all the time! I am sure enticed by KHC’s current valuation. Here are some quick stats: * $51.19 share price * $2.5 dividend/share * 4.88% starting dividend yield, what a compelling starting yield for a company of this caliber. I have gotten over a lot of my issues with Kraft-Heinz, purely because of the compelling valuation. Worth noting, I also own General Mills. Some stats on General Mills: * $42.21 share price * $1.96 dividend/share * 4.64% dividend yield And, I own Campbell's Soup (CPB). Ultimately, my portfolio is getting up there in the number of positions. I just cannot rationalize adding to KHC now (with the opportunity to simply add more to my existing GIS position). That said, it sure is tempting. Question 3: Ian, do you like Apple (AAPL) as a dividend stock? As far as FAANG stocks go, Apple is my favorite. A fun fact: I actually used to own Apple, and will probably buy back at some time. Right now, the valuation is compelling with a TTM PE ratio of 15 and a forward 2018 PE ratio of 13. That said, I'd like to see it trend even lower (perhaps down to the $150 range). Want more dividend investing insights? Let's connect on Instagram (I'm @ianlopuch): https://www.instagram.com/ianlopuch/ Want to learn more about my experience with Bitcoin? Here's a fun video when I took huge profits off the table: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAQHg6ag7jU I believe IBM is a very undervalued dividend stock: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTs-Ql4P_Y8 Here's my original Kraft-Heinz analysis (when I was a little less bullish on the stock): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlwjN8tjY3c I initiated a new position in General Mills in 2018: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z12Ac83Nz0Q I own stock in Campbell's Soup: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugU0a3IKul4 United Technologies is my #4 favorite dividend stock: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHvpeWcVmjY Disclosure: I am long IBM (IBM), General Mills (GIS), Campbell's Soup (CPB), United Technologies (UTX), and 3M (MMM). I own these stocks in my stock portfolio. Disclaimer: I'm not a licensed investment advisor, and PPC Ian videos, Excel files, and content are just for entertainment and fun. PPC Ian videos, Excel files, and content are NOT investment advice. Also, I'm not a tax advisor and PPC Ian videos, Excel files, and content are NOT tax advice. Please talk to your licensed investment advisor before making any financial decisions. Please talk to your licensed tax advisor before making any tax decisions. All PPC Ian videos, Excel files, and other content are (c) Copyright IJL Productions LLC.
Просмотров: 6212 ppcian
How to Map Interiors Existing Building, Indoor Navigation Mapping
 
00:24
Mike Raymond indoorreality@gmail.com 816-919-1595 We provide 3D mapping and visual documentation of the interior of buildings. Our web based visualization tool enables you to; a. Virtually navigate a 3D space your electronic device including; desktop, mobile, or virtual reality head mounted device. b. Tag and locate items in the tool c. Measure dimensions of scenes or objects accurately d. Have team collaboration from locations around the country Hello... Are you involved in a construction project that requires modifying a building as it's built but don't have current blueprints At Indoor Reality we have the solution. ... All we have to do is walk the job site with our data capture device. Shortly thereafter, a web link that you can go to and view that as built in 3D. This also including being able to take measurements, annotate the scene, and fully collaborate with stakeholders worldwide. Seeing 3D - 360° is a real plus in jobsite documentation. Save time, save money, save lives... #IndoorReality, mapping the indoors one step at a time My name is #MikeRaymond you can contact me at 816-919-1595 to schedule your scans.
Просмотров: 2945 Indoor Navigation Mapping Mike Raymond
COSMOS: How to Look Up As-built Drawings and Legal Plans
 
02:46
This is a short tutorial on how to look up engineering drawings and legal plans using COSMOS (City of Surrey Mapping Online System) Visit http://www.surrey.ca/city-services/654.aspx at the City of Surrey's website for more information.
Просмотров: 17272 City of Surrey
You Have Droned Your Project, Now What?
 
42:49
Is your firm collecting project data using drone imagery or other aerial imagery? Do you want to know the best way to gain value from this data? If so, check out this Tech Talk to hear from site design experts. This session shows how with SITEOPS and ContextCapture designers can quickly use the data to create site and grading plans backed up by a detailed budget. By using the latest technology, firms like yours are delivering more options and better design solutions to their clients. In this video, you will learn how to: Import ContextCapture models into SITEOPS for creating surface model of existing conditions Export SITEOPS design and ContextCapture data to LumenRT to create unmatched 3D visualizations SITEOPS, ContextCapture, and LumenRT workflow allows users to look at more design options in less time than ever before Illustrate to stakeholders how your project design will impact the surround community Don’t miss out on this lively discussion! For more information on SITEOPS, please visit https://www.bentley.com/en/products/product-line/site-analysis-software/siteops
Просмотров: 1497 Bentley Site Analysis
Autodesk InfraWorks for Architects and Planners
 
06:16
Learn how Autodesk InfraWorks software can be used to support urban and site planning activities by exploring design concepts in context.
Просмотров: 18129 Autodesk InfraWorks
Columbia Imagined, Existing Conditions I: Land Use and Growth
 
05:48
Columbia Imagined is a process in which a comprehensive plan for a sustainable community will be developed for Columbia, Missouri. Phase two of the process poses the question "Who Are We?" Existing conditions in the community were presented in seven speeches at a public engagement meeting on Wednesday, September 28. I: Land Use and Growth is presented by Jonathan Sessions.
Просмотров: 44 ColumbiaImagined
AutoCAD for Site Planning - Introduction
 
01:57
This course follows a typical workflow for creating an illustrative site plan, beginning with drawing existing conditions. The course then illustrates options for proposed development, and how to create detailed plans that illustrate specific areas within a larger project. Building on the basic tools and techniques explored in AutoCAD 101, this course demonstrates how to create and manage more complex projects and draw plans using aerial imagery, photography, and hand-drawn sketches as the base layer. Instructor Jaymes Dunsmore introduces the project site and explains the process for creating a site plan using AutoCAD. Sign up for an affordable subscription and watch the full course: https://courses.planetizen.com/course/autocad-site-planning
Просмотров: 2464 Planetizen Courses
Map 3D Better visualise and evaluate
 
05:15
AutoCAD Map 3D 2011 Better visualize and evaluate existing conditions: Get more insight into the real world by using point cloud functionality to view, style, and create 3D features and surfaces from LiDAR data. Visualize and evaluate up-to-date utility, cadastral, topographic, environmental, image, and tabular data in a variety of formats to help evaluate existing conditions and perform corridor, network, and site analysis. Then use mapping and analysis functions to more easily create maps that highlight information such as service areas, land usage, pipe and cable installation dates, diameters, and more. RESULT: More quickly evaluate existing conditions and create designs, maps, plans, and reports that support better infrastructure design and maintenance decisions.
Просмотров: 108 CAD Accent BV
Question Nr#58: Health Insurance for Students
 
02:30
InsureZero Blog - All you need to know about Insurance ✅ https://www.insurezero.com NEED INSURANCE? 👪 🚗 ⚕️ 🏠 💓 🚴‍ YOU'VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE https://www.us.insurezero.com/index.php?o=YouTube-5v-yDyDAylQ 💯 COMPARE INSURANCE QUOTES FROM THE TOP PROVIDERS. Entering college is a big step in a person's maturity, and so is buying health and other insurance products. But you do not have to be confused by insurance, or worry that coverage is not available. All you have to do is shop around a bit, consider your options, and choose the plan that works best for you. Your first option, if your parents have health insurance, is to simply remain on your parents' coverage. Federal law has changed for the benefit of young adults, allowing them to remain on their parent's insurance until the age of 26 if they still live at home or are enrolled in college courses. That gives young adults a few years after reaching adulthood before they are forced to purchase their own insurance coverage and start putting more focus on their financial future. Another option for college students is to check with the campus administration. Many universities offer group health rates to their students. Since the rates are based on group participation, they are both lower than buying private insurance as well as being an option for people who may not qualify for private insurance because of preexisting conditions. Private insurance is an option for everyone, but qualifying for private coverage is more involved than purchasing health insurance through a group offering. Private insurance requires a medical examination, and most private insurers have specific rules regarding preexisting conditions such as diabetes or asthma. Once you are accepted by private insurance, the rates are always going to be higher than for a group plan, based on the fact that fewer people are participating in your plan and therefore, each participant must pay a higher percentage of the total cost to the insurance company. If all else fails, you may be able to get government sponsored health care through the Medicaid plan. In order to qualify, you will have to be a single parent, pregnant, and fall into a low income bracket. Medicaid insurance is available to those who cannot afford regular health insurance, but it should be regarded as a last resort when all of your other options have been exhausted. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For More Details 📢 Visit Our Website: https://www.InsureZero.com InsureZero Blog - All you need to know about Insurance FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ➡️FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/InsureZero/ ➡️TWITTER: https://twitter.com/InsureZero ➡️TUMBLR: https://insurezero.tumblr.com/ ➡️WORDPRESS: https://insurezero.wordpress.com/ ➡️GOOGLE+: https://plus.google.com/+InsureZeroBlog ➡️INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/insurezero/ ➡️BLOGSPOT: http://insurezero.blogspot.com/ ➡️LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/insurezero/ ➡️PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/insurezero/ ➡️YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/InsureZeroBlog Need Insurance? 👪 🚗 ⚕️ 🏠 💓 🚴‍ You've come to the right place. https://www.us.insurezero.com/index.php?o=YouTube-5v-yDyDAylQ 🔝 Compare Insurance Quotes from The Top Providers. #InsureZero #Insure #Insurance #Insurances #HealthInsurance #LifeInsurance #CarInsurance #AutoInsurance #HomeInsurance
Просмотров: 6779 InsureZero Blog
GDS Pension Calculator I Pension Calculator for All Employee CG Employee, Private Sec. Em. & Others
 
10:01
GDS SDBS Calculator I NPS Pension Calculator for All Employee GDS, CG Employee, Private Sector Employee and Others Calculate Your Arrears with following Link : 1. Link I : http://www.hdfcpension.com/nps-calculator.html 2. Link II: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/wealth/calculators/nps-calculator This Calculator is for all, Indian Citizen, Central Government Employee, State government, Private sector employee, Autonomous body and please note that I share this only for an Idea for future pension and it’s not your actual pension. Gramin Dak Sevak or GDS has much optional facility like SDBS, GDS GIS, CWF, Medical Facility and Incentive Facility. Please watch this video full to know about the Promotion facility of GDS. To know more about recruitment, Facility, promotion, SDBS etc. click the GDSePos Link below 1. Know All about GDS SDBS in Details : https://www.gdsepost.com/single-post/2017/10/01/SDBS---Service-Discharge-Benefits-Scheme-for-Gramin-Dak-Sevak-I-Know-All-about-SDBS 2. Clarification Regarding SDBS : https://www.gdsepost.com/single-post/2017/10/01/Clarifications-on-Settlement-of-Severance-Amount-to-all-DischargedPromoted-Resigned-Voluntarily-Retired-and-Expired-GDS---Reg Related GDS Series Video : 1. Gramin Dak Sevak - as a Career! https://youtu.be/CJByZJhIVBo 2. Gramin Dak Sevak and its Service Condition! https://youtu.be/BWJey_oWHsY 3. Gramin Dak Sevak Salary Package for Fresher! https://youtu.be/mHi8BfFlCII 4. Gramin Dak Sevak Facilities for Fresher ! https://youtu.be/wtvqPLVQNDg 5. Promotion Facility for Fresher GDS! https://youtu.be/Lg5avZ6G4-o 6. Promotion Facility for Fresher GDS! https://youtu.be/Lg5avZ6G4-o India Post Related Video : 1. How to Manage Your PLI/RPLI Business Online? https://youtu.be/Zv1moGOZTM0 2. How to Track PLI/RPLI Proposal? https://youtu.be/ABy6UGeDld0 3. How to Pay PLI/RPLI Premiums Online? https://youtu.be/O54-LcCFYjA Technology Related Video : 1. How to Make Android app? https://youtu.be/vBs6p4qgXJc 2. How to Add ADHAR number to your PAN number? https://youtu.be/Qr73jRJICMs 3. How to Pay Electricity Bill Online? https://youtu.be/CiTayvVuxWo Most Viewed Video : 1. Gramin Dak Sevak Salary Package for Fresher! https://youtu.be/mHi8BfFlCII 2. Top Three Recommendations By GDS Pay Committee https://youtu.be/ARcQotDe9E0 3. How to Calculate Your Arrears? https://youtu.be/XwmJTyUL3n0 4. What Will Your Pay in August 2017 After Implementation of GDS Committee? https://youtu.be/0HdxzqNBuMw Social Link : Visit GDSePost : https://www.gdsepost.com/ Subscribe Way4exp : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbyvIyinu57L2aLqWYsZCQg Like face Book Page : https://www.facebook.com/gdsepost/ : https://www.facebook.com/way4exp/ Thanks For Watching! GDS SDBS, GDS SDBS facility, Service Discharge Benefits Scheme for GDS, What is SDBS, GDS Pension Scheme, NPS, National Pension scheme, NPS lite Scheme for GDS, How to get pension from NPS, PFRDA, What is PFRDA, GDS Pension Facility, How much Pension for Gramin Dak Sevak, India Post GDS SDBS Facility, how to calculate pension, pension calculator for Indian Citizen, Central Government Employee, State government, Private sector employee, Autonomous body.
Просмотров: 9303 GDSePost
Floor Plan Design TUTORIAL
 
08:37
In this design tutorial I'll show you how I develop and sketch floor plan ideas quickly. From diagram to rough sketch and on to more formalized plan layouts, you can follow along as I show you everything you need to draw a floor plan using one of our new residential projects as an example. I discuss in detail: - why you should start with diagrams (and not floor plans) - information you'll need before drawing - tools I use and recommend - tips for developing better ideas - form, space, and order (of course) - using grids - scale - and what I listen to when designing... metlhedz: what's the song at 3:03? be sure to let me know in the comments below. |m| // GEAR I USE // DRONE: *Mavic Pro by DJI: http://amzn.to/2hW3dTA DSLR CAMERA: * Canon 80D: http://amzn.to/2fBWGMQ LENSES: * Canon 24mm f2.8 Lens: http://amzn.to/29l7ac5 * Canon 40mm f2.8 Lens: http://amzn.to/29x2QcI * Canon 10 - 18mm f4.5 - 5.6 IS Lens: http://amzn.to/2vyErvS AUDIO: * Rode VideoMic Pro (hotshoe mtd.): http://amzn.to/29qlNM3 * ATR-2100 USB (dynamic mic): http://amzn.to/2dFDaKp ARCHITECTURE GEAR: * Prismacolor Markers: http://thirtybyforty.com/markers * Timelapse Camera: http://thirtybyforty.com/brinno * AutoCAD LT: http://amzn.to/2dxjMDH * SketchUp PRO: http://amzn.to/2cRcojz * HP T120 Plotter: http://amzn.to/2dBGf1O * Adobe CC Photography (Photoshop/Lightroom) Plan: http://amzn.to/2dhq5ap STARTUP TOOLKIT: * Architect + Entrepreneur Startup Toolkit: http://thirtybyforty.com/SPL -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Studio Joy Works (Rick Joy's New Book) - My Review" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZPhhiLaOhg -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Просмотров: 414429 30X40 Design Workshop
GeoDesign - Session 4
 
01:44:24
Global Energy Network International Summer Series: Geodesign 2015 SESSION 4 - Thursday August 6 - "Energy and Water Solutions do Exist -- Best Practices from around the World" Geodesign* - Engineering the Transition to Renewable Energy and Clean Water for All Session Detail: There are several nations that have already achieved 100% renewable energy, and 4 California cities have done the same. There are nations in the Mediterranean that experience severe drought, yet have developed water systems to overcome this water stress. Solutions do exist, and are both large and small scale. Everyone can do their part to achieve a cleaner energy and sufficient water for all. The Global Classroom Series brings together international students to explores the critical trends, challenges and solutions to some of our world's most pressing problems. Topics to be Covered: Why we need to plan comprehensively- Global issues are affecting local communities everywhere. What are the key drivers - Climate change, population growth, energy and water demand are all increasing. What are the desirable conditions for sustainable development, and why resiliency planning is now required How do we analyze these issues in an interconnected world - there are no silos, everything is connected to everything. Planning for the future - comprehensive anticipatory design science. Visualizing current and future options- using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to understanding our geography, demographics and impacts Plans and strategies for a sustainable national economy - providing clean energy and water for everyone. Geodesign Venn Diagram - image from Harvard Design Science Lab, via Carl Steinitz, "A Framework for Geodesign" Carl Steinitz, "A Framework for Geodesign" The GENI Summer Series tackles the challenges of our times. Sustainability means we plan a future that meets today's needs and the needs for generations to follow. Resiliency means we must plan to adapt and mitigate the consequences of climate change. Geodesign will build on these two concepts and ask: How do we transition an energy system for a nations and cities, to be 100% renewable, reliable 24/7 and is cost competitive? How can we supply clean water to all? Why is this needed? Our world will grow from 7.2 billion to 10 billion people in the next few decades. Most of them will live in growing cities. Demands for all resources will increase: especially food, clean water and natural resources. Climate change from our fossil fuel use is causing severe consequences: stronger storms, extended droughts, disease migration and sea level rise. If trends continue, the predictions are dire for all nations. Presenters: Chase Weinholtz Derek Frommel Gabriela Simoes Guilherme Barbosa Research Team: Ana Brandao Arnaud Vedy Ashjeet Talwar Charlotte Muschamp Chase Weinholtz Clay Meyer Derek Frommel Daniel Garcia Gabriela Simoes Guilherme Barbosa Leticia Carvalho Pedro Matos Renan Micha Trevor Conger Production Team: Ana Brandao Leticia Carvalho Paul Michael Dekker Renan Micha Trevor Conger Ashjeet Talwar Mike Russell Paigon Davis Brought to you by: Global Energy Network Institute-Logo Event Partners Equinox SDWAC UNASD Program Hosted at WRSC World Resource Simulation Center is a project of: Global Energy Network Institute -GENI: (619) 234-1088 Recorded on Thursday, August 6th, 2015 @SIMCenter http://www. wrsc.org 1088 Third St., San Diego, CA 92101 Venue available for rent - (619) 234-1088
Просмотров: 140 WRSCorg
GeoDesign - Session 3
 
01:58:39
Global Energy Network International Summer Series: Geodesign 2015 SESSION 3 - Thursday July 23 - "Maps tell the story of San Diego and Northern Baja. We are Connected" Geodesign* - Engineering the Transition to Renewable Energy and Clean Water for All Session Detail: Maps help us find our way, make better decisions and even see the future. Today, we all use Google Earth and layered information on maps. We will visualize current and future options - using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to better understand our geography, demographics, trends and impacts. The Global Classroom Series brings together international students to explores the critical trends, challenges and solutions to some of our world's most pressing problems. Topics to be Covered: Why we need to plan comprehensively- Global issues are affecting local communities everywhere. What are the key drivers - Climate change, population growth, energy and water demand are all increasing. What are the desirable conditions for sustainable development, and why resiliency planning is now required How do we analyze these issues in an interconnected world - there are no silos, everything is connected to everything. Planning for the future - comprehensive anticipatory design science. Visualizing current and future options- using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to understanding our geography, demographics and impacts Plans and strategies for a sustainable national economy - providing clean energy and water for everyone. Geodesign* – Engineering the Transition to Renewable Energy and Clean Water for All The Global Classroom Series explores the critical trends, challenges and solutions to some of our world's most pressing problems. Geodesign Venn Diagram - image from Harvard Design Science Lab, via Carl Steinitz, "A Framework for Geodesign" Carl Steinitz, "A Framework for Geodesign" The GENI Summer Series tackles the challenges of our times. Sustainability means we plan a future that meets today's needs and the needs for generations to follow. Resiliency means we must plan to adapt and mitigate the consequences of climate change. Geodesign will build on these two concepts and ask: How do we transition an energy system for a nations and cities, to be 100% renewable, reliable 24/7 and is cost competitive? How can we supply clean water to all? Why is this needed? Our world will grow from 7.2 billion to 10 billion people in the next few decades. Most of them will live in growing cities. Demands for all resources will increase: especially food, clean water and natural resources. Climate change from our fossil fuel use is causing severe consequences: stronger storms, extended droughts, disease migration and sea level rise. If trends continue, the predictions are dire for all nations. Presenters: Ana Brandao Leticia Carvalho Ashjeet Talwar Trevor Conger Research Team: Ana Brandao Arnaud Vedy Daniel Garcia Gabriela Simoes Guilherme Barbosa Leticia Carvalho Pedro Matos Renan Micha Clay Meyer Charlotte Muschamp Derek Frommel Ashjeet Talwar Trevor Conger Chase Weinholtz Production Team: Clay Meyer Derek Frommel Pedro Matos Paul Michael Dekker Guilherme Castro Mike Russell Chase Weinholtz Brought to you by: Global Energy Network Institute-Logo Event Partners Equinox SDWAC UNASD Program Hosted at WRSC World Resource Simulation Center is a project of: Global Energy Network Institute -GENI: (619) 234-1088 Recorded on Thursday, July 23rd, 2015 @SIMCenter http://www. wrsc.org 1088 Third St., San Diego, CA 92101 Venue available for rent - (619) 234-1088 Also see: Greg Asner of Stanford Carnegie Airborne Observatory https://cao.carnegiescience.edu/
Просмотров: 91 WRSCorg
20150915 - Hickory City Council - Hound Version
 
01:17:32
Special Presentations A. Alan Barnhardt – Update on Catawba Science Center Projects New Business - Public Hearings 1. Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER). - The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development requires the City of Hickory, as a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) entitlement funding recipient, to report on CDBG monies spent within the previous fiscal year. This report, the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) evaluates the effectiveness of the use of resources in addressing identified goals and objectives cited in the Annual Action Plan which is prepared before the fiscal year begins. The CAPER outlines the City’s CDBG expenditures from July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015. Staff recommends approval of the FY2014-2015 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report. This public hearing was advertised in a newspaper having general circulation in the Hickory area on September 4, 2015 and September 15, 2015. Departmental Reports 1. Acceptance of the Bid for the Water Treatment Facility Emergency Power Generator Replacement Project with Crowder Construction Company in the amount of $2,699,000. The City of Hickory Water Treatment Facility was last upgraded in 1993. This upgrade included the installation of a new emergency generator that would provide power for the acility in the event of a power failure. The emergency generator is a permit required critical piece of equipment for operations of the facility. The existing generator is approximately 24 years old and has exceeded the mechanical life of the unit. Vendors cannot provide replacement parts to repair the existing unit. In October of 2014 Council approved contracting with HDR Engineering, Inc. to evaluate the existing conditions, and analyze the generator for proper sizing. The project was advertised for bids and found Crowder Construction Company to be the lowest responsible bidder. The bids received are below the Engineer’s Estimate of $3.0 million dollars. Staff recommends Council accept the bid for the Water Treatment Facility emergency power generator replacement project with Crowder Construction Company in the amount of $2,699,000. This project is planned as a component of the FY 2015-2016 Capital Budget to be funded from Capital Reserves. 2. Acceptance of the Southwest Hickory Revitalization Strategy Plan for the Southern Desk and Ivey Weaver Cotton Mill. - The City of Hickory applied for two Community-wide Brownfield Assessment Grants from the US EPA in November 2011. In May 2012, the City received notice that it had been selected to receive two $200,000 grants to assess petroleum and hazardous materials contamination at Brownfield sites. The City’s environmental consultant, AMEC Foster Wheeler, subcontracted with CIII Associates to compete a redevelopment strategy for the former Southern Desk and Ivey Weaver Cotton Mill sites. The City hosted a public workshop in May 2015. After reviewing the existing conditions at the sites, speaking with residents, and conducting market analysis, CIII Associates has presented a mixed use vision to guide future development at the two sites. Staff recommends that City Council accept the Southwest Hickory Revitalization Strategy plan for the Southern Desk and Ivey Weaver Cotton Mill sites.
Просмотров: 48 hickoryhound
As built Drawing
 
00:37
Description
Просмотров: 310 DeDietrichProcess
Corporate insurance & Group Mediclaim | Employer- Employee Policy |  Policy Planner |
 
24:46
Corporate insurance is need or demand of Industrial or Corporate Sector. There are two types of insurance . First we buy individually like individual Health policy or Family Floater or Personal Accident. Other way is we get from Our Firm or Company where we are working, which are provided form our employer that is called Corporate Insurance. After watching this video you will come to know what is the importance of co-op policy and you will verify with you organization regarding Group Mediclaim Policy. If You are HR or Admin of any respected Firm or organization then you will start thinking about Group Mediclaim or Group accidental Policy. Now we are starting with GROUP MEDICLAIM POLICY . it's a Employer - Employee Policy. Policy buyer is Employer and Benefited is Employee. Maximum Leading organization are caring about their employee, and aware about group Insurance . Because Employee's are not confirmable or satisfied with his job, definitely its affected Employee and company performance. Every Employee has a personal values and Family responsibilities, That's why it's necessary to Employee always covered with Good insurance Plan. If Employees admitted because of accident or other reason , Then Group mediclaim will manage his Treatment charges or Hospitals final bill. Now days 20 % inflation in Hospital Industries per years. , If this year they charge Rs. 1 Lakh for the same diseases but next year it will be get raised by 1 Lakh 20 thousand. In short medical expenses are skyrocketing. And main thing is that common employee he does not save Rs. 3 or 4 Lakh for specially Health or Accident emergency. They have no choice and he must have to break his Investment, FD's and Normal Saving if they have. But in the same case if His organization had already covered their employees with Good Group Mediclaim with good Coverage . Then Claim will settle , in short Employer and employees both are comfort and relax when Coverage was Confirmed. And finally its reflect moral responsibility and creating good bonding between employer and employee. What is The Group mediclaim Plan or what is different between Individual Health Insurance and Group Medi Claim ? Now we are explaining you Group medical plan is better than Individual Health Plan, We are not saying to Individual Health Plan is useless. But comparably more benefits are available in Group Mediclaim Policy. Basically It can be a special plan, Means specially designed for Corporate or industrial sector. It's called Tailor made Plan also. General Insurance Companies and Health insurance companies both are participate in Group Mediclaim . In individual Health Policy there is exclusions like 30 days waiting period for accidental or any disease and 2 or 3 years waiting period for pre existing disease. But Accidental and disease are covered from 1'st day in Group Mediclaim Policy. This is main benefit providing by Insurance company only for Group Medi Claim Policy. Maternity cover and New born baby cover also includable as per company guideline. We can also include our family members In Group Mediclaim Policy. For women nowadays women are working each and every sector , so they need maternity cover, but if go for individual plan it will not cover. Maternity is not a disease , but it also included in expenses. Basically we want to say in group Mediclaim Plan maternity cover can be given by Insurance company, second thing new born baby also covered from Day one. Group medical policy suitable for small organization also because of minimum count of employees also eligible for this policy. Addition and deletion facility available, Family Members also cover the same ,Because this is only the fundamentals of insurance co that big group less minimum. Group accidental policy also available but only for accidental cover. Any company or organization who make group mediclaim , It will come in Expenditure side , But they can be get tax benefits etc. and you will also ask reverse benefits. Group mediClaim policy is like gift for employees, but if any company think that this is unnecessary expenses for them, then they are wrong , it have facility to choose their own premium how they can pay. Lots of insurance company wants to have portfolio of maximum no of organization, hence they can sell more and more products to the Companies and Employees. And now we are going to discuss about the exclusions it's called permanently excluded means not going to cover in Corporate Plan. These are the basic exclusions like ,1) Dental Treatment 2) HIV Treatment 3) Cosmetic surgeryor Unani Treatment, Ayurvedic Treatment also not covered any Policy So guys thinks about it and choose the best Plan as earlier. Visit : https://www.policyplanner.com For any kind of help Toll Free No. 1800 1200 771 Also Watch: 10 Points To Check Before Taking Health Insurance | How To Choose Health policy | Policy Planner https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqY09a7UJxU
Просмотров: 878 Policy Planner
Space: The Next Trillion Dollar Industry
 
27:12
Get $20 off your Away suitcase by going to http://www.awaytravel.com/wendover and using the code “wendover” at check out Watch my appearance on StarTalk with Neil deGrasse Tyson: https://youtu.be/OTEIbWy8AvY Check out the behind the scenes video on my new channel: https://youtu.be/5N3aZTT3TRw Pre-order our new t-shirt with the new logo: https://store.dftba.com/products/wend... Subscribe to Half as Interesting (The other channel from Wendover Productions): https://www.youtube.com/halfasinteres... Check out my podcast with Brian from Real Engineering: http://apple.co/2ydYZOd (iTunes link) http://bit.ly/2gyeFle (YouTube link) Support Wendover Productions on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/wendoverprodu... Youtube: http://www.YouTube.com/WendoverProduc... Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/WendoverPro Email: sam@wendover.productions Reddit: http://Reddit.com/r/WendoverProductions Animation by Josh Sherrington (https://www.youtube.com/heliosphere) Sound by Graham Haerther (http://www.Haerther.net) Thumbnail by Joe Cieplinski (http://joecieplinski.com/) Big thanks to Patreon supporters: Harry Hendel, KyQuan Phong, M, Dani Torres, James Hughes, Michael Javault, Pete, Ken Lee, Victor Zimmer, Dylan Benson, Etienne Dechamps, Alec M Watson, Nathaniel Lawrence, Chris Allen, John & Becki Johnston, Connor J Smith, Arkadiy Kulev, Eyal Matsliah, Joseph Bull, Hank Green, Plinio Correa Outro song by Ryan Little
Просмотров: 959549 Wendover Productions
Revit to Real 2 - Building Context for the Massing Model
 
08:54
The second video in this series covers adding context in Revit using the subregion tool and modeled in place components.
Просмотров: 10585 DavidRBeach
Blend W
 
01:33
Anime Snoop Dogg the cute japanese girl finds a free job posting at a maid cafe serving up delicious snacks and a double cheeseburger with dr dre what you thought i was just going to do the short parody video i did a couple of months ago? :^) Parody of the intro for the anime Blend S. Lot of hidden work in this one, a ton of rotoscoping, there was a lot more work than i expected but I'm still pretty happy with it, especially the audio. I also wanted to have a bit more fun with this one instead of doing a 1:1 recreation If you liked the video, please throw me a subscription and a like, it's a good way to keep me going. CREDITS: Animation: Eric Bradford Audio Clean up: beat_shobon ----- Patreon helps me make cool videos like this, and helps me continue to make videos, please consider becoming a patron where you you get rewards such as uncompressed audio and all of my project files: https://www.patreon.com/MowtenDoo ----- LINKS: https://twitter.com/MowtenDoo https://soundcloud.com/mowtendoo https://www.twitch.tv/mowtendoo https://teespring.com/stores/mowtendoo-store
Просмотров: 5680186 MowtenDoo
ILWIS Spatial Multi-Criteria Evaluation (SMCE) Promotional animation - part 1
 
03:57
We explain the concept of Spatial Multi-Criteria Evaluation (SMCE) and promote the use of SMCE in the free and open source ILWIS software of 52North (http://52north.org/communities/ilwis). Staff of ITC, the faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (www.itc.nl) of the University of Twente (www.utwente.nl), developed the SMCE application in ILWIS, called ILWIS-SMCE. To our knowledge it is the best implementation of SMCE in a Geographic Information System (GIS) to date, because it is a decision making workbench with a GIS in the background, rather than a GIS. It can be used for spatial problem analysis, suitability analysis and plan development, as well as for decision making about alternative spatial plans. Also look at our second video which shows how ILWIS-SMCE works to find a best location, resolve spatial conflict, and choose between spatial plans. These videos were developed in the frame of a UN-Habitat funded project for a Targetted Open Online Course about the Spatial Development Framework for the implementation of National Urban Policy, but they address spatial planners in general.
Просмотров: 1441 ITC Utwente
British Gas - Extreme Weather Testing - Arctic Cold
 
00:42
We put our engineer Ben to the test in sub-arctic conditions to see if he can still fix a boiler. Check out British Gas on: Blog: http://www.britishgas.co.uk/the-source Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/britishgas Twitter: https://twitter.com/britishgas
Просмотров: 355446 British Gas
CCAFS - Climate Analogues
 
04:59
The analogues approach is a novel way of supporting modeled policy recommendations with on-the-ground empirical testing. Analogues refer to sites or years that experience conditions with statistical similarity, primarily in terms of current or future climate, but they can also include additional factors such as soils, crops, and socioeconomic characteristics. This helps link top-down global models with targeted field trials or visits. In essence, the approach locates a site whose climate today is similar to the given future of a place of interest (i.e. where can we find today the future climate of Nairobi, Kenya?), or vice-versa. Spatial analogues identify areas whose climate today appears as a likely analogue to future projected climate for another location, and thus represent promising areas for comparative research on adaptation plans. For instance, the tool could be used to arrange farmer exchanges between climatic analogue sites to improve knowledge sharing among communities (at the most basic, local, and small scale) and to provide research opportunities to study whether successful adaptation options in one place are transferrable to a future climatic analogue site (at a larger, more global scale). In that vein, research may seek to identify possible social, cultural, institutional, or economic obstacles to adaptive change. Meanwhile, temporal analogues make use of past climates as representative time series of future climate, allowing us to identify historic events that might provide insight into the possible future consequences of climate change. In particular, historical data can show us about past behavioral change and how agricultural communities successfully adapt or fail to do so. These case studies can be analyzed for lessons learned, thus building understanding on the best ways to improve climate resilience or enable adaptation. For further info and try out this useful app visit us at: http://gismap.ciat.cgiar.org/analogues/ http://ccafs.cgiar.org/
Просмотров: 720 Ernesto Giron
Plan Review Comments and Markup Tool
 
01:05:43
o Date and time stamps o Store as original - first version, read only o At the minimum, must accept all the following file formats for plans and supporting documents: DOC, DWG, DXF, EXL, PDF, TXT, XLS, RTF. • Provides the ability to make copies of all uploaded plan files used in the review process with the ability to only allow review comments to be made on the copies • Enable the required workflow assignments (multiple paths) to be automatically assigned based on business rules • Must allow workflow assignment (multiple paths) to be assigned on an ad hoc basis (manually) as appropriate • Enables reviewers to pin-point comments (minimum of 600 characters) on the plans at the specific desired location including but not limited to highlighted comments for easy identification with callouts, color, and bubble marks. Comments should be date stamped, editable and removable. • Provides the ability to include predefined comments (minimum 600 characters) and /or code sections for reference • Provides an automated comparison view to easily review pages before and after revisions; mark and highlight all differences and reviewer comments between the two versions • Supports customizable electronic approval stamps to be applied on single pages and bulk on all pages in a plan or a specified range of pages in a plan • Provides capability of scaling and measuring of plans and point to point distances within plans. • Provides the ability to copy / clone new plans review project from an existing project with options to include / exclude fees, inspections, address information, owner information, professional information, conditions for approval, application information, scope or proposed use, quantities for value calculations, checklist of activities. • Provide electronic stamp approval to be secured and not able to be copied, for example, using encryption or other technology • Supports electronic approval stamps that are user definable and customizable logo, date / time, electronic signature of reviewer, and any other message applied • Has the capability to consolidate all comments from reviewers and send e-mail alert to multiple associated parties independently, or simultaneously, (including but not limited to: agency, contact manager, design professionals, contractors, the appropriate building official or building department, regional DSFM fire protection specialist or supervisor) after reviews are complete o Each user may elect to receive notifications by e-mail in addition to normal flow through the plans review process o Has the ability to download copy of reviewed plan with comments o Auto generates user defined post review letter which incorporates comments, instructions, and/or violations • Enables real-time e-mails alert to be sent to reviewers and customers after submission of revisions with corrections for final review • Provides the capability to view a GIS map showing permit locations associated with a parcel or construction project • Provides for customizable/user defined plug and play work flow and activity reporting. • Provides dashboard reports for operations and management to use showing projects status, as well as detailed project tasks for project managers and reviewers involved • Provides support for project information and plans and other supporting documents to be archived after a user defined period, with the ability to retrieve the information when required for future reference (minimum of 10 years). • Includes technical training, systems administration training and product functional training options with details of training plans and costs with the provision for breaking out the costs on a per trainee basis • Provides the ability to integrate National Grid or similar GIS capabilities relative to providing location information to local fire officials and first responders. • Must enable set up of user identification, passwords, and levels of security tied to business functions and tasks as designed and performed by DSFM Manager(s). • Provides for all required, or proprietary hardware including but not limited to the ability to purchase monitors for working on plans and printer/scanner capable of managing construction plans. • Provides for add on services, if not a part of the standard package, to include but not limited to data migration, long-term maintenance, upgrades, uploaded code references and data conversion where appropriate.
Просмотров: 27 CitizenServe
Groundwater Sustainability Plan GSP
 
47:55
Friday, January 19, 2018 12 02 28 PM
Просмотров: 769 California DWR
GeoDesign - Session 2
 
01:55:56
Global Energy Network International Global Classroom Summer Series 2015 GeoDesign SESSION 2 - Thursday July 9, 2015 - "Sustainable Development and Resilient Systems. Why and How our world has changed." Geodesign* - Engineering the Transition to Renewable Energy and Clean Water for All Session Detail: There are key drivers of change in our world and region: Climate change, population growth, energy and water demand are all increasing. Sustainable means we build with future generations in mind. Resiliency planning is the new requirement - so we can mitigate and adapt to the consequences of higher temperatures, increasing drought and wildfires The Global Classroom Series brings together international students to explores the critical trends, challenges and solutions to some of our world's most pressing problems. Topics to be Covered: Why we need to plan comprehensively- Global issues are affecting local communities everywhere. What are the key drivers - Climate change, population growth, energy and water demand are all increasing. What are the desirable conditions for sustainable development, and why resiliency planning is now required How do we analyze these issues in an interconnected world - there are no silos, everything is connected to everything. Planning for the future - comprehensive anticipatory design science. Visualizing current and future options- using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to understanding our geography, demographics and impacts Plans and strategies for a sustainable national economy - providing clean energy and water for everyone. Presenters: Clay Meyer Charlotte Muschamp Guilherme Castro Pedro Matos Research Team: Ana Brandao Arnaud Vedy Daniel Garcia Gabriela Simoes Guilherme Barbosa Leticia Carvalho Pedro Matos Renan Micha Clay Meyer Charlotte Muschamp Derek Frommel Production Team: Ana Brandao Gabriela Simoes Leticia Carvalho Derek Frommel Michael Russell Paul Michael Dekker Brought to you by: Global Energy Network Institute-Logo Event Partners Equinox SDWAC UNASD Program Hosted at WRSC World Resource Simulation Center is a project of: Global Energy Network Institute -GENI: (619) 234-1088 Geodesign* – Engineering the Transition to Renewable Energy and Clean Water for All The Global Classroom Series explores the critical trends, challenges and solutions to some of our world's most pressing problems. Geodesign Venn Diagram - image from Harvard Design Science Lab, via Carl Steinitz, "A Framework for Geodesign" Carl Steinitz, "A Framework for Geodesign" The GENI Summer Series tackles the challenges of our times. Sustainability means we plan a future that meets today's needs and the needs for generations to follow. Resiliency means we must plan to adapt and mitigate the consequences of climate change. Geodesign will build on these two concepts and ask: How do we transition an energy system for a nations and cities, to be 100% renewable, reliable 24/7 and is cost competitive? How can we supply clean water to all? Why is this needed? Our world will grow from 7.2 billion to 10 billion people in the next few decades. Most of them will live in growing cities. Demands for all resources will increase: especially food, clean water and natural resources. Climate change from our fossil fuel use is causing severe consequences: stronger storms, extended droughts, disease migration and sea level rise. If trends continue, the predictions are dire for all nations. Recorded on Thursday July 9, 2015 @SIMCenter http://www. wrsc.org 1088 Third St., San Diego, CA 92101 Venue available for rent - (619) 234-1088
Просмотров: 101 WRSCorg
Terra Excess 2017 - Calculating Cut and Fill volumes
 
02:36
https://www.terraexcess.com Using volumetric survey data (set of points with elevation data) Terra Excess can accurately calculate stockpile volumes, extraction quantities, volumes of earthworks, quarries and more. Software creates triangulated irregular network (TIN) for the representation of a surfaces and compute volumes between them by using prism volume calculations. This is the most accurate method for estimating volumes, where the accuracy depends only on the quality of the inserted data
Просмотров: 735 TERRA EXCESS - Software for Land Surveying
GeoDesign 2015 - Session 2
 
13:56
Geodesign* - Engineering the Transition to Renewable Energy and Clean Water for All Session Detail: There are key drivers of change in our world and region: Climate change, population growth, energy and water demand are all increasing. Sustainable means we build with future generations in mind. Resiliency planning is the new requirement - so we can mitigate and adapt to the consequences of higher temperatures, increasing drought and wildfires The Global Classroom Series brings together international students to explores the critical trends, challenges and solutions to some of our world's most pressing problems. Topics to be Covered: Why we need to plan comprehensively- Global issues are affecting local communities everywhere. What are the key drivers - Climate change, population growth, energy and water demand are all increasing. What are the desirable conditions for sustainable development, and why resiliency planning is now required How do we analyze these issues in an interconnected world - there are no silos, everything is connected to everything. Planning for the future - comprehensive anticipatory design science. Visualizing current and future options- using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to understanding our geography, demographics and impacts Plans and strategies for a sustainable national economy - providing clean energy and water for everyone. Presenters: Clay Meyer Charlotte Muschamp Guilherme Castro Pedro Matos Research Team: Ana Brandao Arnaud Vedy Daniel Garcia Gabriela Simoes Guilherme Barbosa Leticia Carvalho Pedro Matos Renan Micha Clay Meyer Charlotte Muschamp Derek Frommel Production Team: Ana Brandao Gabriela Simoes Leticia Carvalho Derek Frommel Michael Russell Paul Michael Dekker Brought to you by: Global Energy Network Institute-Logo Event Partners Equinox SDWAC UNASD Program Hosted at WRSC World Resource Simulation Center is a project of: Global Energy Network Institute -GENI: (619) 234-1088 Geodesign* – Engineering the Transition to Renewable Energy and Clean Water for All The Global Classroom Series explores the critical trends, challenges and solutions to some of our world's most pressing problems. Geodesign Venn Diagram - image from Harvard Design Science Lab, via Carl Steinitz, "A Framework for Geodesign" Carl Steinitz, "A Framework for Geodesign" The GENI Summer Series tackles the challenges of our times. Sustainability means we plan a future that meets today's needs and the needs for generations to follow. Resiliency means we must plan to adapt and mitigate the consequences of climate change. Geodesign will build on these two concepts and ask: How do we transition an energy system for a nations and cities, to be 100% renewable, reliable 24/7 and is cost competitive? How can we supply clean water to all? Why is this needed? Our world will grow from 7.2 billion to 10 billion people in the next few decades. Most of them will live in growing cities. Demands for all resources will increase: especially food, clean water and natural resources. Climate change from our fossil fuel use is causing severe consequences: stronger storms, extended droughts, disease migration and sea level rise. If trends continue, the predictions are dire for all nations. Recorded on Thursday July 9, 2015 @SIMCenter http://www.wrsc.org 1088 Third St., San Diego, CA 92101 Venue available for rent - (619) 234-1088
Просмотров: 65 Pedro Matos
SIMCenter Quotes, Trevor Conger on San Diego Planned Bike Paths
 
00:35
Global Energy Network International Summer Series: Geodesign 2015 SESSION 3 - Thursday July 23 - "Maps tell the story of San Diego and Northern Baja. We are Connected" Geodesign* - Engineering the Transition to Renewable Energy and Clean Water for All Session Detail: Maps help us find our way, make better decisions and even see the future. Today, we all use Google Earth and layered information on maps. We will visualize current and future options - using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to better understand our geography, demographics, trends and impacts. The Global Classroom Series brings together international students to explores the critical trends, challenges and solutions to some of our world's most pressing problems. Topics to be Covered: Why we need to plan comprehensively- Global issues are affecting local communities everywhere. What are the key drivers - Climate change, population growth, energy and water demand are all increasing. What are the desirable conditions for sustainable development, and why resiliency planning is now required How do we analyze these issues in an interconnected world - there are no silos, everything is connected to everything. Planning for the future - comprehensive anticipatory design science. Visualizing current and future options- using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to understanding our geography, demographics and impacts Plans and strategies for a sustainable national economy - providing clean energy and water for everyone. Geodesign* – Engineering the Transition to Renewable Energy and Clean Water for All The Global Classroom Series explores the critical trends, challenges and solutions to some of our world's most pressing problems. Geodesign Venn Diagram - image from Harvard Design Science Lab, via Carl Steinitz, "A Framework for Geodesign" Carl Steinitz, "A Framework for Geodesign" The GENI Summer Series tackles the challenges of our times. Sustainability means we plan a future that meets today's needs and the needs for generations to follow. Resiliency means we must plan to adapt and mitigate the consequences of climate change. Geodesign will build on these two concepts and ask: How do we transition an energy system for a nations and cities, to be 100% renewable, reliable 24/7 and is cost competitive? How can we supply clean water to all? Why is this needed? Our world will grow from 7.2 billion to 10 billion people in the next few decades. Most of them will live in growing cities. Demands for all resources will increase: especially food, clean water and natural resources. Climate change from our fossil fuel use is causing severe consequences: stronger storms, extended droughts, disease migration and sea level rise. If trends continue, the predictions are dire for all nations. Presenters: Ana Brandao Leticia Carvalho Ashjeet Talwar Trevor Conger Research Team: Ana Brandao Arnaud Vedy Daniel Garcia Gabriela Simoes Guilherme Barbosa Leticia Carvalho Pedro Matos Renan Micha Clay Meyer Charlotte Muschamp Derek Frommel Ashjeet Talwar Trevor Conger Chase Weinholtz Production Team: Clay Meyer Derek Frommel Pedro Matos Paul Michael Dekker Guilherme Castro Mike Russell Chase Weinholtz Brought to you by: Global Energy Network Institute-Logo Event Partners Equinox SDWAC UNASD Program Hosted at WRSC World Resource Simulation Center is a project of: Global Energy Network Institute -GENI: (619) 234-1088 Recorded on Thursday, July 23rd, 2015 @SIMCenter http://www. wrsc.org 1088 Third St., San Diego, CA 92101 Venue available for rent - (619) 234-1088 Also see: Greg Asner of Stanford Carnegie Airborne Observatory https://cao.carnegiescience.edu/
Просмотров: 37 WRSCorg
Canon imagePROGRAF Large Format Printers: Architects, Engineers, and Contractors
 
01:31
Introducing the newest Canon imagePROGRAF 5-Color Large Format printers optimized for the needs of architects, engineers, and contractors – delivering blueprints and other technical documents of outstanding detail & quality. They are fast: in their fastest mode, using plain paper, new 36” imagePROGRAF models print 24” x 36” plain paper sheets with accurate registration in approximately 21 seconds. These printers are designed to work easily and efficiently. They use large, economical, 300ml tanks for all colors. You can add ink while a print job is in process. They deliver sharp, vibrant, and rich color using a bright, new magenta, which means they can help you produce visually compelling presentation materials. Canon imagePROGRAF 5-Color Large Format printers are technically sophisticated and are designed to integrate seamlessly with most professional workflows. Using software available in the AppStore, you can integrate them with your iPad 2 (or later) mobile device, running iOS 6.1 (or later) in order to start printing at your office wirelessly.* The new 36” imagePROGRAF 5-Color Large Format printers also come in MFP models that include a large format scanner, and a large touchscreen monitor, which can help save time and money by scanning technical documents in-house. Canon also offers Direct Print & Share (DPS), a cloud portal solution-based software to help accelerate and improve workflow and productivity.** *Available on AppStore. Compatible with iPad 2 or later, running iOS 6.1 or later. Data charges may apply. Printed output will be same size as original file. Mobile device and large format printer must utilize the same network. Printer must be connected to the same router that mobile device is connected to via wireless capability. Wireless performance may vary based on terrain and distance between the printer and wireless network clients. In order to print from imagePROGRAF Print Utility, user must open their PDF file in another, supported iPad app. Then, the user would select ""Open in"" and choose the print utility app. **Your server must be compatible with a webDAV enabled cloud account, including but not limited to, Google, Carbonite or Rackspace, to take advantage of the cloud functionality. Storage capacity and any pricing thereof is based on the third-party cloud provider's current offering, at its sole discretion. Your cloud account is subject to the third-party cloud provider's terms and conditions. Neither Canon Inc. nor Canon U.S.A., Inc. represents or warrants any third party product, service or feature referenced hereunder.
Просмотров: 1829 CanonUSA
Seminar Agriculture and the Dynamics of Land Use and Land Cover
 
05:53
The Brazilian Coalition held a scientific seminar on data related to the dynamics of land use and land cover, in May 2018, in São Paulo, Brazil. The meeting gathered around 200 people and had the participation of some of the main researchers and land use experts in Brazil. Translated by: Carlos Abelheira http://www.profcarlos.com.br carlostranslates@gmail.com
Plans to make satellite soil moisture work in Iowa
 
29:51
New satellites are producing maps of current soil moisture conditions. There are problems, however. A NASA-led field experiment will be conducted in Central Iowa this coming summer to address these issues. We will describe the experiment plan. Brian Hornbuckle, associate professor, Agronomy, Iowa State University.
Просмотров: 36 Neighborhood Network News
Delivering Health Services in Areas of Unstable Governance and Conflict
 
53:25
Paul Wise, MD, MPH discusses the urgent need to develop new technology and delivery strategies for the provision of critical health services in areas of poor governance and political instability. Despite the large portion of preventable deaths occurring in complex political environments, current NGO and academic global health programs remain largely engaged in areas of relative political stability. Innovative technologies that respond to the special conditions inherent in unstable areas are desperately needed. In addition, collaborations between global health physicians, political scientists and global security experts will best ensure that more effective strategies for service provision will be created and successfully implemented in the real world.
Просмотров: 2292 Stanford Medicine
2012 AFE PRESENTATION: LANDFIRE Existing and Potential Vegetation (Archived video)
 
17:14
This presentation, given by Donald Long at the Association for Fire Ecology's 5th International Fire Ecology and Management Congress in Portland, OR in December 2012, explains the process for developing LANDFIRE's existing and potential vegetation products. These products include Existing Vegetation Type, Environmental Site Potential and Biophysical Settings. LANDFIRE fuel and fire regime products are based almost entirely on various combinations of existing and potential vegetation themes. Since LANDFIRE National's initial release in 2008, a number of revisions to these themes have been implemented both from a mapping and a classification standpoint. In addition, a large amount of additional inventory plot data have been brought to bear on many of the LANDFIRE mapping processes. This presentation highlights methods used to develop and adjust the LANDIRE existing and potential vegetation classifications and improve the mapping related to these themes. In addition, the presentation summarizes the amount and nature of the inventory data used in this process and outlines future mapping methods that leverage these data to better reflect local conditions. This presentation is also available from: http://mediasite.for.uidaho.edu/mediasite5/SilverlightPlayer/Default.aspx?peid=718f4a7abb684158919d5b5623f6b6b61d.
Просмотров: 218 LANDFIREvideo
JPSS Concept of Operations: Constellation Management
 
05:57
NOAA and NASA partnered to implement the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS). The JPSS Program constitutes the next series of U.S. civilian polar orbiting environmental remote sensing satellites and sensors that have been flown historically on polar satellites. These satellites will implement NOAA’s requirements for collection of global multi-spectral radiometry and other specialized meteorological and oceanographic data, via remote sensing of land, sea, and the atmosphere. These data will support NOAA’s mission for continuous observations of the Earth’s environment necessary to understand and predict changes in weather, climate, oceans and coasts, which support the Nation’s economy, and protect lives and property. The JPSS constellation of satellites starts with JPSS-1 (now designated NOAA-20) sharing the polar orbit occupied by the currently primary operating Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership (S-NPP) satellite. JPSS constellation management consists of planning each mission such that a newly launched satellite (i.e. NOAA-20) is phased to reach an initial parking orbit for raising to its required operational orbit altitude in a half-orbit position relative to the existing (i.e. S-NPP) satellite. A planned sequence of orbit-raising maneuvers are executed to achieve this constellation configuration. When the satellite orbit raising and commissioning nominally completes the new satellite assumes a primary designation and S-NPP, in this case, assumes a secondary satellite designation. When the next JPSS satellite is to be launched (i.e. JPPS-2 ~2021) plans are to maneuver the secondary satellite beforehand to a different position so the next satellite can be phased and raised into a half-orbit separation from the current primary satellite. The resulting three-satellite constellation maintains primary and secondary operating satellites ~ 50 minutes apart and the now tertiary satellite approximately a quarter-orbit separation between the other two – all generating remote sensing data of the earth. To learn more about JPSS, visit http://www.jpss.noaa.gov/ This visualization illustrates how JPSS-1 (now NOAA-20) orbit phasing and raising works relative to SNPP, the notional way SNPP can be maneuvered a quarter-orbit along-track separation from JPSS-1 prior to launch of JPSS-2, and how a three-satellite constellation operates on a sun-synchronous orbit node-crossing including sensor-swath footprints as the world turns below. Visualizers: Kel Elkins (lead), Ernie Wright For more information or to download this public domain video, go to https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/4613#24563
Просмотров: 84 NASA Scientific Visualization Studio
Pix4Dmapper Index Calculator tutorial - Pix4D Video Academy 8
 
08:58
The Pix4Dmapper Index Calculator is a tool for precision agriculture. It lets you: - Generate an Index Map / Index Grid where the "color" of each pixel is computed using a formula that combines different bands of the Reflectance Map(s). - Visualize the Index Map as a Colored Index Map by applying a color mapping to it. - Export a georeferenced Colored Index Map. - Annotate the classes of the Index Map to generate an Application Map. - Export an Application Map as a shape file to be imported in tractor consoles. - Upload a Reflectance Map on MicaSense Atlas platform for processing, storage, management, presentation and analytics of multispectral data. Learn more on our support site: Using the index calculator: https://support.pix4d.com/hc/en-us/articles/202558729-Using-the-Index-Calculator Learn more about Pix4Dmapper and start your free trial: https://www.pix4d.com/product/pix4dmapper Check out our training website where you can find information about upcoming workshops or to request custom training for your organization. https://www.pix4d.com/services/training-certification What would you like to see in upcoming videos? Give us your feedback at the following link: https://pix4d.formstack.com/forms/feedbackvideoacademy DISCLAIMER: This video was produced using Pix4D v2.2.22
Просмотров: 10011 Pix4D
Vivienne Shue, Elvera Kwang Siam Lim Memorial Lecture 2016
 
01:50:45
Speaker: Vivienne Shue, Professor Emeritus of Contemporary China Studies, Associate of the University of Oxford China Centre, and Emeritus Fellow of St. Antony's College, University of Oxford Discussant: Kevin O'Brien, Director, Institute of East Asian Studies; Professor, Political Science Department, UC Berkeley The lecture develops three broad themes: a) How Chinese state leaders now pursue a comprehensive national spatial re-ordering through an ambitious land-use mapping regime applied over the entirety of their nation-space; b) How such a spectacular mapping exercise can be interpreted with reference equally to political leadership practices present in primitive human communities and to contemporary global ideals of ‘best practice’ managerialism; and c) How the multiplex governance processes and mixed assemblages of intersecting power practices recent research reveals in China can help us transcend tired conceptual dichotomies and develop more fluid, dynamic models of political change and evolution.
Просмотров: 485 UC Berkeley Events
Best Practices in Asset Management
 
01:10:13
Visit MFOA's website at http://www.mfoa.on.ca Or subscribe to MFOA's YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=MFOAOntario The municipal environment is a forever changing and demanding environment when it comes to legislation and other responsibilities. As municipalities in Ontario maintain and enhance their asset management plans, consideration is needed with respect to how the plan fits into the day-to-day operations of the municipality and how it can assist in other key processes and requirements. While an asset management plan can assist in applying for provincial grant applications, its primary benefit should be in how it strengthens decision making and leads to more proactive forecasting abilities. This webinar will assist municipalities with making optimal use of their asset management plans through best practices, increasing the accuracy of the plan as well as integration with other key municipal documents and processes such as the annual budget, long-term forecast, water/wastewater rate study, and development charge study. What You will Learn: Benefits to having an asset management plan; Best practices in asset management planning; Considerations with respect to maintaining your asset management plan; Potential plan enhancements; and Integrating your plan with other municipal processes and documents. Who Should Attend: This workshop is designed for CAOs, Treasurers, Finance Officers, and other Department Representatives that are interested in learning about asset management practices or are responsible for asset management planning. About your Workshop Leader: Watson & Associates Economists is one of Canada's leading economic consulting firms and is widely recognized as a leading authority on the fiscal aspects of the municipal government and school board sector. Watson & Associates has been involved in many aspects of municipal finance, including asset management and fiscal impact related services. Dan Wilson is a Director with Watson & Associates. He has extensive experience in the areas of municipal finance and municipal auditing with seven years of industry practice with municipal governments and public accounting/auditing firms before joining Watson.
Просмотров: 2395 MFOAOntario
GIS in the Field: Using LiDAR Makes Sense
 
01:24:46
Presented by Steve Nechero, Supervisory Cartographer, Branch Leader, USDA NRCS National Geospatial Management Center, and USDA NRCS GIS Specialists Aaron Dushku, Massachusetts; Reed Sims, Vermont; and Steve Crabtree, Kentucky. View this webinar at http://ConservationWebinars.net to earn CEUs. Participate in the webinar for a focus on one aspect of GIS, LiDAR data and its derivatives. The webinar will start with a basic introduction to LiDAR and continue with examples from three states. The examples illustrate (1) the improvements that LiDAR-derived data make in field operations, and (2) the three, of many, geographic products that come from LiDAR.This webinar is intended for non-GIS participants who use, or might use, GIS for conservation planning and design, and natural resources analysis and applications.
SIMCenter Quotes, Ana Brandao on Energy Potential for Brazil
 
01:10
Global Energy Network International 2015 Global Classroom Summer Series: Geodesign* - Engineering the Transition to Renewable Energy and Clean Water for All SESSION 5 - Thursday August 20th - "GeoDesign: Engineering the Transition" - Date: Thu, 08/20/2015 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm "A Roadmap for Success: Achieving Clean Energy and Water for All. It's both Global and Local" Geodesign* - Engineering the Transition to Renewable Energy and Clean Water for All Session Detail: With a clear vision, using best technology and political will, we can transition our economy. Roadmaps show us how to get there. We will offer plans and strategies for a sustainable and resilient economy - providing clean energy and water for everyone. The Global Classroom Series brings together international students to explores the critical trends, challenges and solutions to some of our world's most pressing problems. Topics to be Covered: Why we need to plan comprehensively- Global issues are affecting local communities everywhere. What are the key drivers - Climate change, population growth, energy and water demand are all increasing. What are the desirable conditions for sustainable development, and why resiliency planning is now required How do we analyze these issues in an interconnected world - there are no silos, everything is connected to everything. Planning for the future - comprehensive anticipatory design science. Visualizing current and future options- using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to understanding our geography, demographics and impacts. Plans and strategies for a sustainable national economy - providing clean energy and water for everyone. Recorded on Thursday August 20th, 2015 @SIMCenter http://www. wrsc.org 1088 Third St., San Diego, CA 92101 Venue available for rent - (619) 234-1088 Geodesign Venn Diagram - image from Harvard Design Science Lab, via Carl Steinitz, "A Framework for Geodesign" Carl Steinitz, "A Framework for Geodesign" The GENI Summer Series tackles the challenges of our times. Sustainability means we plan a future that meets today's needs and the needs for generations to follow. Resiliency means we must plan to adapt and mitigate the consequences of climate change. Geodesign will build on these two concepts and ask: How do we transition an energy system for a nations and cities, to be 100% renewable, reliable 24/7 and is cost competitive? How can we supply clean water to all? Why is this needed? Our world will grow from 7.2 billion to 10 billion people in the next few decades. Most of them will live in growing cities. Demands for all resources will increase: especially food, clean water and natural resources. Climate change from our fossil fuel use is causing severe consequences: stronger storms, extended droughts, disease migration and sea level rise. If trends continue, the predictions are dire for all nations. Presenters: Ana Flavia Rocha Leticia Carvalho Renan Micha Derek Frommel Clay Meyer Research Team: Ana Brandao Arnaud Vedy Ashjeet Talwar Charlotte Muschamp Chase Weinholtz Clay Meyer Derek Frommel Daniel Garcia Gabriela Simoes Guilherme Barbosa Leticia Carvalho Pedro Matos Renan Micha Trevor Conger Production Team: Chase Weinholtz Gabriela Simoes Ana Brandao Leticia Carvalho Paul Michael Dekker Mike Russell Paigon Davis Brought to you by: Global Energy Network Institute-Logo Event Partners Equinox SDWAC UNASD Program Hosted at WRSC World Resource Simulation Center is a project of: Global Energy Network Institute -GENI: (619) 234-1088
Просмотров: 20 WRSCorg
FDOT Roadway Design & 3D Modeling - Ch 5 (2 of 3) Template Design
 
01:12:11
Date: 11/19/14 Presenter: Vern Danforth, CADD Support Engineer This is Week 2 of a 10 weekly webinar series covering the New! "FDOT Roadway Design & 3D Modeling" training manual. A continuation of the Template Design Webinar for New Open Roads Technology SS3 and Experienced GEOPAK Corridor Modeling users; this webinar will cover more advanced Create Template dialog. Learn common approach techniques for planning your templates along a corridor. Learn to build smarter, decision based templates that save time and repetitious template edits on your corridor projects in FDOTSS3. Presentation: http://www.dot.state.fl.us/ecso/downloads/webinars/Files/MicroStation/Ch5TemplateDesign(2of3).pdf Questions & Answers: http://www.dot.state.fl.us/ecso/downloads/webinars/Files/MicroStation/Ch5TemplateDesign(2of3)Q&A.docx
Просмотров: 2377 FDOT Training
Add CAD Data to Your Model
 
04:54
Bring your design in to context using the powerl CAD tools in InfraWorks 360. You'll see how to overlay a 2D drawing file of a site or plan, and how to work with AutoCAD Civil 3D data to bring in surfaces, roads, and more!
Просмотров: 7062 Autodesk InfraWorks
SIMCenter Quotes, Clay Meyer asks "Do you believe in climate change?"
 
00:29
Global Energy Network International Global Classroom Summer Series 2015 GeoDesign SESSION 2 - Thursday July 9, 2015 - "Sustainable Development and Resilient Systems. Why and How our world has changed." Geodesign* - Engineering the Transition to Renewable Energy and Clean Water for All Session Detail: There are key drivers of change in our world and region: Climate change, population growth, energy and water demand are all increasing. Sustainable means we build with future generations in mind. Resiliency planning is the new requirement - so we can mitigate and adapt to the consequences of higher temperatures, increasing drought and wildfires The Global Classroom Series brings together international students to explores the critical trends, challenges and solutions to some of our world's most pressing problems. Topics to be Covered: Why we need to plan comprehensively- Global issues are affecting local communities everywhere. What are the key drivers - Climate change, population growth, energy and water demand are all increasing. What are the desirable conditions for sustainable development, and why resiliency planning is now required How do we analyze these issues in an interconnected world - there are no silos, everything is connected to everything. Planning for the future - comprehensive anticipatory design science. Visualizing current and future options- using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to understanding our geography, demographics and impacts Plans and strategies for a sustainable national economy - providing clean energy and water for everyone. Presenters: Clay Meyer Charlotte Muschamp Guilherme Castro Pedro Matos Research Team: Ana Brandao Arnaud Vedy Daniel Garcia Gabriela Simoes Guilherme Barbosa Leticia Carvalho Pedro Matos Renan Micha Clay Meyer Charlotte Muschamp Derek Frommel Production Team: Ana Brandao Gabriela Simoes Leticia Carvalho Derek Frommel Michael Russell Paul Michael Dekker Brought to you by: Global Energy Network Institute-Logo Event Partners Equinox SDWAC UNASD Program Hosted at WRSC World Resource Simulation Center is a project of: Global Energy Network Institute -GENI: (619) 234-1088 Geodesign* – Engineering the Transition to Renewable Energy and Clean Water for All The Global Classroom Series explores the critical trends, challenges and solutions to some of our world's most pressing problems. Geodesign Venn Diagram - image from Harvard Design Science Lab, via Carl Steinitz, "A Framework for Geodesign" Carl Steinitz, "A Framework for Geodesign" The GENI Summer Series tackles the challenges of our times. Sustainability means we plan a future that meets today's needs and the needs for generations to follow. Resiliency means we must plan to adapt and mitigate the consequences of climate change. Geodesign will build on these two concepts and ask: How do we transition an energy system for a nations and cities, to be 100% renewable, reliable 24/7 and is cost competitive? How can we supply clean water to all? Why is this needed? Our world will grow from 7.2 billion to 10 billion people in the next few decades. Most of them will live in growing cities. Demands for all resources will increase: especially food, clean water and natural resources. Climate change from our fossil fuel use is causing severe consequences: stronger storms, extended droughts, disease migration and sea level rise. If trends continue, the predictions are dire for all nations. Recorded on Thursday July 9, 2015 @SIMCenter http://www. wrsc.org 1088 Third St., San Diego, CA 92101 Venue available for rent - (619) 234-1088
Просмотров: 36 WRSCorg
Infrastructure Planning with AutoCAD Map 3D
 
01:34
Access, integrate, update and analyze your geospatial data in an AutoCAD environment to enhance your understanding of existing environmental conditions. Watch the screencast: http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/oc/offer?siteID=123112&id=15800081
Просмотров: 1188 Autodesk
Undervalued Dividend Growth Stock of the Week: J.M. Smucker Co. (SJM)
 
01:09:03
J.M. Smucker Co. (SJM) has some of the world's most recognizable and popular food, coffee, and pet brands. It has an enviable share of market in a number of key categories, and it's positioned very well for business improvement and growth acceleration. With the possibility that shares are undervalued on top of a near 3% yield, this is a high-quality dividend growth stock that should be strongly considered for long-term investment right now. Useful Links: J.M. Smucker's "Undervalued Dividend Growth Stock of the Week" article (this is the article that Jason is explaining in this video): http://dailytradealert.com/2017/11/19/undervalued-dividend-growth-stock-week-15/ J.M. Smucker on Google Finance: https://www.google.com/finance?q=sjm J.M. Smucker Investor Relations: http://www.jmsmucker.com/investor-relations David Fish's Dividend Champions, Contenders and Challengers: http://dailytradealert.com/dividend-champions-contenders-and-challengers/ J.M. Smucker on Morningstar: http://financials.morningstar.com/valuation/price-ratio.html?t=SJM Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) Calculator: http://www.investopedia.com/calculator/cagr.aspx Dividend Discount Model (DDM) Calculator: http://moneychimp.com/articles/valuation/dcf.htm LEGAL DISCLAIMER: Never invest in a security or idea featured on our site, in our emails, or in our videos unless you can afford to lose your entire investment. We are not registered investment advisers or brokers/dealers and we do not purport to be. Furthermore, the investment ideas and opinions expressed on DailyTradeAlert.com and in our Daily Trade Alert newsletter are NOT specific buy and sell recommendations customized for you, an individual. The ideas we feature should simply serve as a starting point for further research and due diligence on your part. Actual buy and sell decisions for your own portfolio are entirely up to you. We make no representations, warranties or guarantees as to the accuracy or completeness of the content featured on our site or in our emails. Furthermore, the article authors and contributors featured on our site may own securities mentioned in their articles or videos and not disclose this information. By using DailyTradeAlert.com, reading our Daily Trade Alert newsletter, or watching our videos, you agree to our Terms & Conditions, Disclaimer and Privacy Policy. Terms & Conditions: http://dailytradealert.com/legal-info/ Disclaimer: http://dailytradealert.com/legal-info/ Privacy Policy: http://dailytradealert.com/privacy-policy/ ADDITIONAL DISCLAIMER: Jason Fieber is not a licensed financial advisor, tax professional, or stock broker. Please consult with a licensed investment professional before investing any of your money. If your money is not FDIC insured, it may decline in value.
Просмотров: 848 Daily Trade Alert
Construction Video for Pre Existing Conditons or As- Built Documentation and Marketing
 
03:16
This Video was created to show how videos can be used in the construction industry to not only illustrate and document pre-existing or as-built conditions but also to be used as a marketing tool in the industry to get a leg up on your competition.
Просмотров: 157 Peter Boyle
Overlaying Images Over Google Maps & Satellite Images Using Google Earth: Ep. 150
 
06:43
http://AsktheTechies.com D.Lee shows how to overlay an image onto Google Maps using Google Earth. For an example, he shows how to overlay a neighborhood plat map overtop of a Google satellite view to determine exactly where the property boundaries are. Overlaying images can be used to represent state information by county, historical information/maps, and to embark on further discoveries and illumination of information in a spatial context. Google Earth is a free download.
Просмотров: 121191 AsktheTechies
Urban and Regional Planning-1
 
32:20
This is Lecture 16 of 40 for the massive open online course (MOOC) for the subject: 'Housing Policy and Planning', run by NPTEL under the government of India. In this lecture video, we will discuss urban and regional planning, its fundamental concepts and its methodology.
Просмотров: 33236 Housing Policy & Planning