When the Environment Changes, Business Reacts
Gary Sankary | Commercial Business | May 3, 2021
The top priority for business needs to be understanding this disruption and what the effects are on the business and their customers.
SDG 14 and Life Below Water: What Space Can Tell Us about the Slimy Stuff at the Beach
Jen Van Deusen | Sustainable Development | April 30, 2021
GIS workflows and satellite imagery measure eutrophication and support SDG 14 (Life Under Water).
Student Wins LA Geospatial Student Poster Competition on Spatiotemporal Analysis of Snow Crab
This graduate student at USC was selected as one of the winners for the 2021 Los Angeles Geospatial Summit Student Poster Competition.
Why Businesses Need a Dynamic Framework for Adaptive Resilience
Alexander Martonik | Commercial Business | April 21, 2021
To succeed in this environment, business leaders need to challenge conventional wisdom and seek policies that promote adaptive resilience.
Planners Need to Quit Using Sticks & Start Using Carrots – First Step, Start with GIS
Adam Carnow | Community Development and Urban Planning | April 6, 2021
Adopting geospatial technology helps planning professionals to create innovative solutions and design a thriving community.
Nonprofit Technology Conference 2021 & GIS
Jen Van Deusen | Nonprofit and NGOs | April 2, 2021
Highlights at this year's NTC - keynote speakers and applying GIS to food security and racial equity.
The Impacts of My Family (and Yours) Rushing the Outdoors & How GIS Helps Recreation Facilities Respond
Outdoor recreation facilities rely on GIS to respond to the COVID-19 crowds, as well as to manage their assets and workflows on a daily basis.
Why Increasing Accessibility is Fundamental to Building Equitable Practices in Financial Services
Alexander Martonik | Commercial Business | March 29, 2021
Racial inequities in financial services highlight stark contrasts in economic security. Discover how you can enact meaningful change.
“Join the Rebel Alliance” - an Openscapes interview with Dr. Dawn Wright at MozFest
Victoria Phillips | March 26, 2021
Openscapes had the distinct honor to introduce Dr. Dawn Wright, Chief Scientist of Esri to #mozfest, Mozilla’s annual Open Festival in March.
Emerging Trends at the DGI 2021 Conference
Ricklyn Hukriede | Defense | March 19, 2021
Takeaways from the world's leading government and commercial geospatial experts at DGI 2021.
Human Movement Data to Better Understand Changing Markets
Patrick Fowler | Commercial Business | March 19, 2021
Successful organizations have long recognized that accurate data drives better decision-making.
A Monumental Shift for Planners Starts with GIS
Keith Cooke | March 15, 2021
Esri and APA’s GIS training plan provides guidance on the steps you can take today to master new technologies for common planning workflows.
Unlocking Insights from your CRM with GIS - A Strategy for Growth
Gary Sankary | Commercial Business | March 11, 2021
Businesses are striving to find new sources of revenue while at the same time optimizing their existing business to drive incremental growth.