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April 4—Landscape Architecture
THE TOOLMAKER

Jack Dangermond built a tech colossus from GIS. Now he’s sharing it all to save the world.

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April 24—GovTech

CommuteATL Provides Real-Time Traffic Data

CommuteATL Provides Real-Time Traffic Data

A 12-day build, CommuteATL helps Atlantans get around congestion following the I-85 bridge collapse.

April 24—USGS

Mapping the World’s Ocean Ecosystems

USGS produces the first ever detailed maps that group the entire global ocean into 37 distinct 3D ecosystems.

April 10— Free Tech For Teachers

Esri launches Landsat Explorer web app

See the highest peaks and lowest valleys on each continent revealed in 3D renderings.

 

Publications

GIS Gains Altitude in Archaeology
ArcNews

GIS Gains Altitude in Archaeology

Not much is known about the Native Americans who inhabited Aztalan, Wisconsin, but Drone2Map for ArcGIS helped one archaeologist re-created the site.

A Passion for Geography Leads to the Rain Forest
ArcUser

A Passion for Geography Leads to the Rain Forest

Richard Resl helps indigenous people in the Amazon use geography to preserve their native lands.

Hooked on Mapping
ArcWatch

Hooked on Mapping

Brenda L. Carter lost interest in becoming a doctor when learning to operate computer mapping software became much more intriguing.

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Auckland Council

Auckland Council

GIS helps Auckland Council realize its vision of becoming the world's most livable city.

Pacific Gas & Electric

Pacific Gas & Electric

Mobile GIS tools empower field crews to make critical decisions across Pacific Gas & Electric's expansive territory.

A Symphony of Apps

A Symphony of Apps

ArcGIS encompasses a full suite of apps for the field, office, and community.

 

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