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Mike Cox | February 20, 2020
Northwest Fire District has embraced mobile apps to improve workflows beyond past paper-based practices.
Este Geraghty, MD, MS, MPH, GISP | February 18, 2020
Johns Hopkins University published a now-famous coronavirus dashboard to track and fight the spread of the contagion now called COVID-19.
Jeanne Flores | February 13, 2020
Karst geology and infrastructure failure can cause sinkholes. Sensors and mobile apps can help mitigate these problems before they surface.
Dawn Wright | February 6, 2020
The combination of GIS, remote sensing, and networks of sensors in pens has introduced the concept of precision aquaculture.
Brooks Patrick | February 4, 2020
Seattle uses GIS to understand the implications of its gangbuster growth on land and people.
Christa Campbell | January 27, 2020
Coachella Valley Water District uses GIS to manage its precious aquifer that makes agriculture and cities possible in the desert.
Brent Jones, PE, PLS | January 21, 2020
Colombians in rural post conflict areas gain stability from the recognition of ownership to their land for the first time.
Ryan Lanclos | January 15, 2020
Daily drone flights have helped improve safety and services to the Rohingya refugees forced from Myanmar.
Greg Milner | January 7, 2020
Applied Ocean Sciences uses GIS to inform and distribute its acoustical modeling work, providing scientists and mariners with new understanding.
Scot McQueen | December 16, 2019
The Finnish Forest Centre uses location intelligence and AI to accurately inventory forests so that robots can take over logging operations.
Christa Campbell | December 10, 2019
Dubuque uses GIS to solve a chronic flooding problem in an underserved community, ensuring resilience of both infrastructure and citizens.
Dawn Wright | December 5, 2019
The Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE has ushered in a new era of autonomous seafloor mapping.
Linda Peters | November 26, 2019
The US Census Bureau will monitor a real-time map of decennial census progress to see if disinformation disrupts response rates.
Elvis Takow | November 19, 2019
Jackson Family Wines uses GIS to gather and store details about vineyard sites and their suitability to grow certain grapes.
Bill Meehan | November 12, 2019
Enerjisa DC, the largest electric utility in Turkey, uses GIS to locate maintenance issues in remote places that are difficult to access.
John Beck | November 7, 2019
The MCSC rescu app uses location intelligence to help police and concerned citizens find missing children in Canada.
Ben Conklin | November 5, 2019
German armed forces use GIS to visualize cybersecurity threats and communicate patterns of hacker activities to help thwart malicious attacks.
Jeremiah Lindemann | October 29, 2019
NEXT Distro practices harm reduction by connecting people with substance use disorders to clean supplies and resources.
Dawn Wright | October 22, 2019
For the fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day, Earth Challenge 2020 aims to collect location-specific data to inform public policy.
Brett Dixon | October 16, 2019
Jio’s wireless service quickly dominated the Indian market thanks to automated workflows tightly tuned with location intelligence.
Multiple Authors | October 9, 2019
The 9-1-1 agency serving counties around the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex uses drones to create an up-to-date map for accurate emergency routing.
Heather Smith | October 8, 2019
The series of steps to make a map include collecting, processing, and presenting data.
Makenna Sones | October 3, 2019
Tracking and mapping wildlife migration mitigates deadly disruptions that endanger the iconic roaming species on our planet.
James Miller | October 1, 2019
The Philippine Red Cross discovered how easy it is to make a map using GIS and then found many more uses to improve operational efficiency.
Jen Van Deusen | September 24, 2019
Global Water Challenge created apps to help governments and NGOs prioritize water projects based on the number of people impacted.
David Gadsden | September 18, 2019
African Parks uses location intelligence to track wildlife and battle poachers, and in the process learns more about animal behavior.
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