Spatial data heats up business apps
Data Informed: Bringing geospatial data into the business and presenting it on dynamic maps in real time across many devices promises to save an untold number of hours for employees.
In this Issue
City of Greenville, South Carolina: An Esri Story Map app traces the revitalization of downtown Greenville over the past four decades through a series of milestone events.
States streamline public health with GIS
StateTech: Mapping technology is helping local governments better visualize data and effectively tackle local health issues.
LauderStreet interactive map reduces traffic gridlock
Sun Sentinel: A Florida city created a map that tracks road closures and provides alternate routes.
New deforestation hot spots in the world's largest tropical forests
World Resources Institute: By combining 14 years of annual forest loss data with Esri's hot spot analysis and big data techniques, new deforestation hot spots and their effects can be analyzed.
Utah finds unexpected benefits from statewide road data project
Government Technology: Utah used lidar and GIS to produce a comprehensive inventory of all roadway assets.
Marketing data plus geography equals areas of expansion
DealCrunch: Data and mapping tools from Esri mitigate the risks of store expansion.
Esri brings location intelligence to Microsoft Office documents
GeoMarketing: Esri software adds geospatial analytics to the data in organizational spreadsheets.
Confronting the challenges of getting timely opioid abuse data
Route Fifty: Heat maps are used to analyze the spread of drug abuse.
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