Central data offices across government are outnumbered in staff, time and budget. Here’s what they’re trying to do about it.
New Jersey’s Department of Environmental Protection saw a surge in harmful algal blooms in lakes and reservoirs so it launched an interactive mapping tool.
Sure, you can designate an outdoor space for use, but how can you ensure that it equitably meets your residents’ needs?
Many cities moved quickly to adjust transportation infrastructure. Your agency can use this data to gain insights for your transportation planning efforts.
Traffic fatalities rose even as driving decreased in 2020, and transportation planners stepping up their safety initiatives — especially for pedestrians.
The public wanted to see where investments were being made in different locations around the city and identify neighborhoods that needed greater support.
Maps, dashboards and charts can be generated in real time, displaying and contextualizing the latest information.
To combat the spread of an infectious disease, which requires contact tracing, geospatial information has shown what feet on the ground can’t.
The second-largest county in Utah, Utah County, transformed its outdated election processes into a location-enabled system suited for modern-day elections.
From matters of life and death to the benefits of streamlined workflows and real-time information, governments are seeing benefits from GIS functionalities in their technology systems.