In what ways is GIS being used to combat the coronavirus spread? Esri’s Chief Medical Officer outlined five steps GIS responders can take.
Flooding is a recurring threat for the Missouri state park system because many of its parks lie along major rivers. They found a GIS solution that automated and streamlined information to share with stakeholders and the public.
At GovLoop’s online training, industry experts with park agency backgrounds spoke about how GIS can help park agencies maintain and manage smart parks.
The Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) Virtual Highway Corridor (VHC) Project has integrated data sources from across the agency and made them available through an internal web portal to provide a comprehensive snapshot to improve efficiency, safety, and accuracy. Read how it was done.
Nashville is one of many metropolitan municipalities looking to manage the influx of micromobility — that is, scooters. These vehicles and others like it have cropped up almost overnight with city officials scrambling to regulate them.
An expert in government technology says that data enables several promising tools that agencies can use for mission success.
There may not be a map to the future, but Esri’s story map technology certainly seems to be taking us in the right direction.
Geographic information systems (GIS) — an online spatial tool for data collection, management and analysis that is rooted in geography— has been acknowledged as a foundational platform in building smart community strategies worldwide.
When it comes to tackling issues like the opioid epidemic, disease transmission, reducing homelessness, civic inclusion and more, government has especially utilized GIS to serve their citizens and residents.
Ohio CIO Ervan Rodgers is optimistic about his state’s future. Gazing into the proverbial crystal ball, Rodgers imagines Ohio’s technology and workforces reaching new heights in 2020 and beyond.