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How can communities come together and address the growing crises of homelessness? Technology and GIS may be helpful ways to start.
We will never halt the commentary of armchair catastrophe pundits, but we sure can lessen the number of claims they make, by taking advantage of the best in class tools that digital transformation offers.
Lessons learned from 9/11 for disasters like Hurricane Harvey and Irma.
The impacts of Hurricane Harvey are being felt far and wide. As the rain continued to fall, and flood waters rose, an army of citizen-rescuers answered the call, bringing their boats to bear and plunging into waist-deep waters to help those in their communities. While it’s not possible for all of us to lend a… Read more »
Four easy steps to start making data driven decisions today.
Government installations are large-scale, complex government facilities. Now the public sector is trying to take installations to the next level with smart installations. Using GIS can help.