Greg Milner

Greg Milner is a writer in the strategic content group at Esri, where he tells stories about how location intelligence is transforming our world and how we perceive it. A former magazine editor and political speechwriter, he is the author of the books "Perfecting Sound Forever: An Aural History of Recorded Music" (a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award) and "Pinpoint: How GPS Is Changing Technology, Culture, and Our Minds."

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The City of Sacramento integrated ArcGIS with Salesforce in its 311 system, giving users the ability to track the progress of incident reports.

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Reveal: How Science and Technology Keep Up with Earth’s Shifting Surface

Geodesists map changes on our ever-shifting planet, recording and mapping how Earth transforms to ensure accurate measurements.

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Creating the Dashboard for the Pandemic

The story behind the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Dashboard, an iconic image of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.

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COVID-19: Inside Look at the Johns Hopkins Dashboard, Keeping Tabs on the Virus

Ensheng Dong, the architect of the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 dashboard, applied his knowledge of GIS to map and track the spread of the disease.

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Reveal: Ocean Scientists Study the Depths Through Sound

Applied Ocean Sciences uses GIS to inform and distribute its acoustical modeling work, providing scientists and mariners with new understanding.

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2020: Six Predictions for a Shifting Business Climate

Business trends that will dominate 2020 and beyond begin with customer centricity, rely on automation, and produce better business strategies.

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