Adding Up Food’s Hidden Costs
What if the real cost of food were nearly three times what you pay? It’s worth considering who settles that bill.
By Cindy Elliott | September 14, 2021
By tracking how global supply chain disruptions impact finished goods, a real-time dashboard gives executives an edge in risk assessment.
By Chris Nickola | September 7, 2021
Tech startup Relive uses GIS functionality to make its outdoor adventure app more human, and captures millions of users along the way.
Multiple Authors | August 31, 2021
A project called Charge4All provides unprecedented insight into the best—and most equitable—places to install electric vehicle charging stations
Gary Sankary | August 24, 2021
With companies under pressure to deliver everything and anything to consumers, supermarkets begin carting groceries to the office.
Multiple Authors | August 17, 2021
Hydrogen could help fuel the world economy. Green hydrogen is preferred, but costlier. Will energy companies make the math work?
Multiple Authors | August 10, 2021
Satellite imagery analysis helped watchdogs see what happened to 5,000 acres of rain forest. The same tech could keep supply chains transparent.
Helen Thompson | August 3, 2021
When consumer preferences change, retailers, manufacturers, and service providers need to keep up. The question is, where to start.
Multiple Authors | July 27, 2021
A digital twin helped stakeholders visualize a complex New York transportation project, revealing its timeline and budget in 5D.
Christopher Ross | July 20, 2021
As companies turn social responsibility commitments into action, a geographic and ethnic patchwork of optimism emerges.
Multiple Authors | July 13, 2021
Despite years of foreshadowing, drones aren’t dropping packages at our doorsteps. Before they can, they’ll need precise location intel.
Multiple Authors | July 6, 2021
Companies selling products and services face new demands as consumer tastes fluctuate. A new form of market intelligence can help.
Gary Sankary | July 1, 2021
To meet rising demand for contactless shopping, reimagined vending machines are occupying new locations and offering surprising products.
Audrey Lamb | June 29, 2021
A fast-growing global environmental consulting firm uses GIS and smart maps for collaboration, communication, and project management.
Multiple Authors | June 22, 2021
With artificial intelligence, automation, cloud-based architecture, and analytics, an insurance company executes an ambitious growth plan.
Constantinos Papantoniou, MBA, GISP | June 17, 2021
Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin have drawn investor speculation, but where in the world are they being used for everyday transactions?
Tatia O'Connor | June 14, 2021
Tatia O’Connor has made a few mistakes, she says. Her story is a useful tale for GIS users and business leaders.
Gary Sankary | June 8, 2021
For data-savvy DICK’S Sporting Goods, an optimized network of brick-and-mortar stores remains critically important to customer engagement.
Marianna Kantor | June 1, 2021
Location awareness gives companies operational intelligence to monitor shifts in legislative agendas and public policy.
Mark Dann | May 20, 2021
The nation’s fourth-largest pork producer relied on strong business–IT collaboration to implement a precision-agriculture app.
Marianna Kantor | May 18, 2021
Maps have evolved dramatically beyond the trusty TripTiks of our youth. Now they're showing business executives the right path.
Este Geraghty, MD, MS, MPH, GISP | May 11, 2021
A leading health services company applies location intelligence to an age-old business challenge in its home-visit program.
Gary Sankary | May 4, 2021
A new study suggests companies have as much to learn from store closures as they do from expansions, and location plays a compelling role.
Geoff Wade | April 29, 2021
Kim Morrison is helping the world’s largest gold miner improve operational performance and visibility with GIS dashboards, drones, and more.
Marianna Kantor | April 26, 2021
The urgency and scope of Biden’s new pledge set the stage for companies to uncover opportunity.
Chris Chiappinelli | April 19, 2021
Renters across the country are eligible for relief funds. In California, a simple application of location intelligence helps them apply.
Kathleen Kewley | April 13, 2021
As the US gets serious about improving its infrastructure, high-speed trains are back in the spotlight, with new implications.
Keith Balaniz | April 6, 2021
The office isn't the workforce anchor it once was, and companies need new tools to locate and attract talent.
Multiple Authors | March 30, 2021
A poll of 3,000 CEOs reveals that business agility is a top concern, and technologies including IoT and AI will play a strong supporting role.
Marianna Kantor | March 23, 2021
The playbook for attracting businesses to a city is changing. Climate resilience has joined taxes and labor availability as a key factor.
Chris Chiappinelli | March 16, 2021
Eager to turn data into strategic insights, Fortune 500 companies are assembling diverse teams of curious analysts.
Multiple Authors | March 9, 2021
A new predictive modeling technology helps organizations understand how climate change could disrupt global supply chains decades from now.
Helen Thompson | March 2, 2021
For workers impacted by the pandemic, a tool promoting occupational mobility could be the path to a more meaningful career.
Multiple Authors | February 23, 2021
Backed by the pattern-finding power of geospatial analysis, GIS technology can help businesses identify customers scattered by the pandemic.
Marianna Kantor | February 16, 2021
A data solutions director uses GIS to help world-renowned companies see nuances among customers and locations.
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