posted: August 26, 2015
Debuting in the 1980s, building information modeling (BIM) tools have redefined the process of designing facilities.
posted: July 17, 2015
“Place matters, particularly for local governments,” says Mr. Abhi Nemani, the chief data officer for Los Angeles, which is famed for its enterprise or hub GIS implementation.
posted: June 15, 2015
Smart cities are attracting attention worldwide among the GIS community and users of GIS databases.
posted: May 21, 2015
New mapping standards have arrived, and we know the geospatial community will love the updates.
posted: April 27, 2015
This week, Footprint debuted version 1.1 of its crime analytics and video foresnics tool for law enforcement professionals.
posted: March 30, 2015
Google sent shockwaves throughout the GIS community when it officially announced that support for Google Maps Engine (GME) would end on Jan. 29, 2016. Not to worry—we’ve got you covered with great alternatives.
posted: March 4, 2015
Woolpert is harmoniously combining our Planet Lab partnership and UAS expertise to produce new, game-changing geospatial technology.
posted: December 10, 2014
DAYTON, Ohio, December 10, 2014 — Woolpert, Inc., a national geospatial, infrastructure management and design firm specializing in high-tech mapping and imagery collection services, has received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to fly its unmanned aerial system commercially in Ohio and Ship Island, Miss.
posted: November 19, 2014
Watch Will Marshall’s talk from this year’s TED Conference.
posted: September 30, 2014
Teaching institutions play a huge role in the creation of a better future for the geospatial industry by hosting opportunities for students and professors to exchange knowledge and produce more creative solutions.
find in: In the Works
posted: August 22, 2014
In collaboration with Air Force Research Labs (AFRL), the Ohio State University (OSU) and the Design Knowledge Company (TDKC), our new research project could mean overall better crop yields, a benefit to both farmers and the general public alike.