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How we map epidemics
CityLab: Cartographers are mapping the coronavirus in more sophisticated ways than past epidemics. Read more.

Tracking the coronavirus outbreak
CNBC: Este Geraghty, Esri chief medical officer and a physician, joined The Exchange television show to discuss how Esri is mapping the coronavirus outbreak. Watch video.

How organizations can become data analytics leaders Companies with the greatest overall growth in revenue and earnings receive a significant proportion of that boost from data and analytics. Read more.

NGA director weighs Chinese threat to US intelligence capabilities
MeriTalk: Vice Admiral Robert Sharp, director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), discussed efforts by the Chinese government to increase its geospatial intelligence capabilities, and the pressing need for the United States to stay ahead. Read more.

Paper streets aren't real but cause real problems for developers
WAMU 88.5: Roads that have been mapped but never built can stand in the way of development projects. Read more.

How we monitor Earth
Geospatial World: Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) holds tremendous potential for providing information about any area of interest on the planet, irrespective of the time of the day, remoteness of the location, or weather conditions. Read more.

Smart city lessons from four Southern California CIOs
Government Technology: Chief information officers provide their definitions of a smart city at the Laserfiche Empower conference, which was held February 13, 2020, in Long Beach. Read more.

What you need to know about location intelligence in 2020
Forbes: Location intelligence is becoming increasingly important across many industries, and cloud deployments are increasingly favored. Read more.

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