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David Gadsden | May 14, 2019
Protect Our Winters uses GIS to research the economic impacts of low snow totals, using dollars and cents as a motivator in their outreach.
Richard Leadbeater | May 7, 2019
GIS provides the means for states to determine the best locations for place-based investments.
Ryan Lanclos | April 25, 2019
Lee County, Alabama used GIS to gather the needs of individuals and deliver what was needed following a deadly tornado disaster.
Ryan Lanclos | April 23, 2019
Federal agencies aided the response to devastating tornadoes in Lee County, Alabama, using maps and models to prioritize actions.
Andrea Massey | April 18, 2019
Global positioning has changed mapmaking and wayfinding and introduced the means of tracking movements at the global scale.
Mike Cox | April 11, 2019
A real time understanding of weather helped the Pasadena Fire Department manage public safety at the 2019 Rose Parade.
Rob Matthews | March 27, 2019
The Philadelphia City Council examines tax incentives, using GIS to understand the impact of redevelopment on its citizens across space and time.
Rob Matthews | March 21, 2019
The Philadelphia City Council uses GIS to understand the impacts of pro-growth policies on the city’s vulnerable long-term residents.
Mike Bialousz | March 19, 2019
Wisconsin DNR’s new Hunt Wild Wisconsin app makes heavy use of maps to deliver a better hunting experience.
Matt Ball | March 6, 2019
The Presbyterian Church set out on a mission to document the forces pushing Hondurans, Guatemalans, and Salvadorans to leave their home countries
Ben Conklin | February 26, 2019
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) creates a human-machine team to deliver geospatial intelligence, a decisive advantage.
John Beck | February 21, 2019
Vancouver, British Columbia uses GIS at the center of their CompStat policing approach, reviewing trends and incidents to guide crime fighting.
Brent Jones, PE, PLS | February 11, 2019
The Indian state of Odisha embarked on an ambitious program to map and record land in its slums and give title of that land to its citizens.
Rob Matthews | February 5, 2019
To avoid residents of mobile home parks being permanently displaced, town employees create maps to allocate land for affordable housing.
Mark Cygan | January 28, 2019
Ordnance Survey continues its role as the world's leading mapping agency by embracing innovation through automation.
Linda Peters | January 24, 2019
Kuwait is heavily investing in GIS implementation with an emphasis on building national GIS expertise.
Richard Leadbeater | January 18, 2019
Mapping and spatial analytics create information products that capture attention, spur further exploration, and guide decisions.
Dawn Wright | January 10, 2019
Using environmental data and sophisticated geospatial technologies, scientists are developing first-of-their-kind maps of global ecosystems
Ryan Lanclos | December 19, 2018
Real-time GIS provided an important input to improve event security in a rural area to manage a big and complex event.
Keith Mann | December 5, 2018
The City of Fort Worth gains an understanding of assets by spreading GIS to the field with apps to take inventories and guide fieldwork.
Jeremiah Lindemann | November 27, 2018
Tempe teams with researchers and first responders to provide near real-time data on drug use in order to combat the opioid epidemic.
Carl Walter | November 14, 2018
Real-time GIS connected the efforts of everyone and provided confidence that the property was thoroughly searched.
Dawn Wright | November 13, 2018
Researchers use GIS to collect data from drones and other means to better understand eelgrass wasting disease.
Carl Walter | November 7, 2018
Mobile map-based apps gave searchers the tools to conduct a quick and comprehensive search.
Carl Walter | November 1, 2018
Investigators used real-time GIS to search a 300-acre property, coordinating the efforts of personnel from more than 20 agencies.
Carl Walter | November 1, 2018
The Illinois State Police used the Illinois State Fair as a testing ground for real-time digital apps, spurring adoption in everyday operations.
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