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Enabling cross-state communication and collaboration in pandemic response
Data-Smart City Solutions: Kentucky's state GIS manager, Kent Anness, and his team built the Kentucky COVID-19 Economic Impact Dashboard, which tracks unemployment rates and economic vulnerability down to the county level. Read more.

Enhancing contact tracing with location
NACo: Using GIS, public health analysts add location information to contact tracing and perform location analytics to understand where the virus has spread outside of direct and prolonged contact between two individuals. Read more.

Pandemic pivot
ArcWatch: The City of Sarasota, Florida, gave its employees sidelined by the pandemic a new mission: collect infrastructure data on city assets. Read more.

To decide the fate of branches, banks refine their data models
American Banker: Geography was key to helping decide which bank branches to close and which to retain for in-person services in response to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Read more.

Let's go back to the future
WhereNext: Esri UK is developing a new remote-first approach to delivering professional services in response to the pandemic. Read more.

Drones, 3D buildings, and construction monitoring
WhereNext: GIS can overcome productivity challenges for the construction industry. Read more.

An advanced approach to citizen engagement
Esri Industry Blog: Real civic inclusion requires effective public feedback and a government that shows it values the input of its citizens. Read more.

To quickly move to virtual classes, this professor enlisted ArcGIS Insights
ArcNews: Steven Goldsmith, associate professor at Villanova University, used ArcGIS Insights to move his curriculum online. Read more.

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