The following sites on the World Wide Web offer information on various aspects of Geographic Information Systems. Some sites contain links to other GIS resources.
This site offers information on GIS software, starting a GIS. GIS.com has an online store, a bulletin board of news and events in the world of GIS. The site also boasts an exhaustive list of GIS resources.
- Great GIS Net Sites Index
Also known as GIS Portal, this site links to hundreds of other GIS and GIS-related sites. A great resource for additional information on GIS and digital mapping.
ESRI is a company that deals GIS and mapping software. Their site offers information about their products and services, as well as news and other resources.
An on-line provider of location-based industry news and resources. The site features Spatial News, online newsletters, a GIS discussion forum, and even an arcade!
TerraServer's purpose is to provide viewers access to vast amounts of data over slow speed telecommunication lines and simple computer designs such as PCs and web browsers. TerraServer features extensive search options.
- Anderson & Associates, Inc.
Professional Design Services based in Blacksburg, VA. WebGIS.net is one of the many professional services offered by Anderson & Associates.
- North Carolina Property Mappers Association (NCPMA)
The North Carolina Property Mappers Association was formed in October of 1980 to help the needs of state and local government officials whose work involves mapping and land records management without regard to the unit of government or department in which such persons perform their duties.
- Virginia Association for Mapping and Land Information Systems (VAMLIS)
A non-profit membership association dedicated to uniting people and organizations who are involved and concerned with the mapping sciences (including cartography, geographic and land information systems, surveying, engineering, geography, photogrammetry, and land records management.
- Virginia's Center for Innovative Technology
Virginias Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) is a state chartered, non-profit corporation dedicated to the growth of technology and business in Virginia. CITs mission is to enhance Virginias competitiveness through technology innovation. With eight regional offices throughout the state, CIT provides access to technology research and expertise, promotes partnerships and research collaborations with Virginias universities, and enhances the critical technology infrastructure of the Commonwealth.
- West Virginia Association of Geospacial Professionals - (WVAGP)
The West Virginia Association of Geospatial Professionals promotes and supports geospatial professionals in the effective use and sharing of geospatial information and related resources throughout the state of West Virginia.