We are still looking for participants in our employer engagement survey. If you are an employer on Hawaiʻi, Maui, Molokaʻi, Lanaʻi or Kauai we want to hear from you! Follow this link to let us know about your GIS needs for recruitment, training and future growth potential: Take Survey.
A Maui News article on January 8, 2015 highlighted how the GIS program at UHMC parallels the growth of industry needs. The article quotes instructor Sarah McLane Bryan: "GIS is a growing technology statewide, but on Maui in particular, our industry engagement indicates potential for over 160 GIS jobs in the next five years on
https://vimeo.com/116096821 Interested in earning the Geographic Information Systems in Ecosystem Management Certificate of Competence at UHMC? Learn about the program in this video featuring interviews with GIS Education Specialist/Instructor Sarah McLane Bryan and students discussing the benefits of learning GIS skills. This fast track program enables you to complete two required hybrid courses back-to-back
Maui Electric Company (MECO) View their online Presentation here Back in 2007, MECO started looking for a new system to manage their utilities information, which was previously kept on paper maps and datasheets. Their GIS assessment criteria included (1) functionality, (2) scalability, and (3) ease of use. Projects needed to be managed by the company's
City & County of Honolulu Click Here to Visit Their Online Search Tool The City and County of Honolulu has developed one of the most comprehensive GIS databases for any municipality of its size. The Honolulu Land Information System (HoLIS) is an enterprise-wide system serving over 15 City Departments with land use, permit, tax, infrastructure,
Akimeka, LLC http://www.akimeka.com/ http://www.digitalbus.org/ Akimeka LLC specializes in management of full-life-cycle public safety and emergency communications projects. Their comprehensive GIS-baed Enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) solutions for Hawaii, Maui and Kauai counties help jurisdictions meet Federal Communications Commission (FCC) mandated requirements to automatically report the locations of calls made from wireless devices, helping agencies increase efficiency, meet
Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System http://oos.soest.hawaii.edu/pacioos/projects/sharks/ PacIOOS Voyager map shows the movements of several tiger sharks who were fitted with satellite tags near Maui and Oʻahu in late 2013 and early 2014. These tags intermittently track their locations over time as the shark's dorsal fin breaches the water's surface. Pick a shark from the left-hand
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