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Ryan Lanclos | July 18, 2019
The US Border Patrol’s Missing Migrant Program works to locate and assist lost migrants who face a harrowing journey in harsh conditions.
Robby Deming | July 9, 2019
Reporters use GIS to provide context and help readers make sense of a phenomena or trend.
John Beck | July 2, 2019
Using GIS for predictive policing has helped the Minneapolis Police Department target hotspots of gun violence.
Este Geraghty, MD, MS, MPH, GISP | June 27, 2019
Spatial analytics proves helpful to combat opioid use disorder, informing researchers on patterns as well as targeting individuals for treatment.
Brooks Patrick | June 25, 2019
Honolulu analyzes the impacts of short-term rental units to strike a balance between the needs of tourists and locals.
Carl Walter | June 19, 2019
Atlanta deployed real-time GIS to manage the many public safety demands of the Super Bowl and surrounding events.
Multiple Authors | June 13, 2019
Fiji uses GIS and remote sensing to understand and predict climate change in order to reduce the impact to its people and economy.
Steve Snow | June 11, 2019
To keep up with rapid changes in Greenland’s melting landscape, the Danish Geodata Agency works to automate and standardize navigational charts.
Ben Conklin | June 6, 2019
GIS helps to synchronize inputs from sensors and soldiers in a common operational picture that provides real-time situational awareness.
Ben Conklin | June 5, 2019
GIS provides a common operational picture to integrate inputs from sensors, individuals and other technologies to provide situational awareness
Ben Conklin | June 4, 2019
The US Navy achieved plug-and-play integration with many sensors speaking the same language and serving inputs into a GIS.
Makenna Sones | May 30, 2019
Authorities use today's smart mapping technologies to track disease outbreaks, decide where to respond, and ultimately prevent pandemics.
Dave Fisse | May 23, 2019
GIS helps track the movement of geomagnetic north and to calculate the change in order to improve navigation.
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.
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