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Vancouver Police uses AI to prevent crime
SmartCitiesWorld: Through spatial analytics, police are able to predict where residential break and enters will occur and place police patrols accordingly. Read more.


Census Bureau boosts cybersecurity efforts ahead of 2020 count
FedTech: The US Census Bureau is working with the Department of Homeland Security to test the self-response quality assurance system. Read more.

Presbyterian Church USA maps the human dimensions of the migrant crisis
Esri Blog: The Presbyterian Church USA documented the origin of families journeying to the US border, using story maps to capture attention, spur exploration, and relate the human condition. Read more.

Eight things governments can do to make better use of disruptive technology
Route Fifty: Integrating cloud, analytics, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, digital reality, and blockchain will optimize adoption of these technologies. Read more.

How mapping technology can help catch killers
Esri Australia: GIS technology can combine location-based data, public information, and suspect profiling data to help catch killers. Read more.

Vaccination rate maps tell a troubling story as measles outbreaks spread
Fast Company: Oregon Health Authority data shows K–12 immunization rates are lower in areas with measles outbreaks this year. Read more.

The global GIS and spatial analytics market to touch US$88.3 billion by 2020
Geospatial World: The GIS and spatial analytics market is expected to grow from US$66.2 billion in 2017 to US$88.3 billion in 2020, rising at a compound annual growth rate of 12.4 percent. Read more.

If night lights were mountains
The Washington Post: Jacob Wasilkowski, a geospatial web developer who mapped light at night as luminous structures, showed his creation at the Esri Developer Summit in Palm Springs, California. Read more.

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